This month we’re discussing boho style and all things that give you boho vibes. Like floppy hats and long flowy dresses, a popular boho trend this season is fringe pieces. With all the ’70s styles making their way into stores, it’s no wonder we’re seeing fringe everywhere. I’ve been sneaking fringe bags and boots into a few recent HSWI posts, but today’s post features two looks centered on fringe.
First up, we’ve got a fringe skirt, which is probably the cutest but most difficult fringe style to navigate, though with the right boot you can’t go wrong. Then the second look features a leather jacket with fringe detail, which is probably the easiest way to wear this style because the fringe acts more like an accent. If you look at each look and imagined them without fringe, they’d still work, but they’d be way less fun. And that’s the whole point of fringe, it’s a playful way to spice up your look.
Fringe skirts are fun. And this toffee colored one is no exception, especially when paired with a killer pair of suede booties. That simple combination of wild fringe skirt and cute booties would be enough to turn heads. But then throw in a luxe shearling leather jacket, a boho princess blouse, and skinny scarf, and you’ve got a look with that perfect balance of retro style and modern accents. My favorite pieces here are those accessories, especially the shades! I would live in those sunglasses.
The key with fringe coats is that you want to touch on some rustic vibes without looking too much like a cowboy, and this black motorcycle fringe coat is perfect for that. It’s a playful but badass piece that gives this whimsical outfit some edge. Between the large brim hat, the knee boats, knee-high socks, and velvet bag this look is folky rockstar all the way, with iconoclastic but fun chunky jewelry. The real boho star here is the white Victorian style dress with lace details. This is a dress for your inner flower child, carefree and comfy but flattering.
– Julia of Style and Cheek