What is “street style”?
Street style is simply last season’s runway trends that have actually gained traction with real women. While some high-fashion, haute couture trends are completely unrealistic for 99.9% of women, others easily translate to accessible, wearable trends. Street styles are the trends us everyday women embrace and wear with fervor!
By far my favorite street style trend right now is fringe. Fringe can be fun and flirty, sophisticated and chic, boho or business. It’s easy to incorporate fringe into your everyday looks, whether you want to go bold with a fringed leather skirt or just add a touch with a fringed accessory. Below I’ve highlighted some of the best ways to do it. It’s time to start enjoying some fringe benefits!
Anna Sui for O’Neill 'Love Birds' Bandeau Bikini Top
Volcom Fringe Bandeau Bikini Top
Bohemian Fringe Cover Up
Etsy, Analiogi, $53
BCBGeneration, Phoenix Cover Up
Boho Turkish Towel Kimono
Etsy, HandLoomStore $98
Jessica Simpson 'Desert Fringe' Halter One Piece
Karla Colletto One-Piece Underwire Swimsuit with Fringe Front
Neiman Marcus $285
Beaded Fringe Infinity Scarf
Putting fringe on your feet draws everyone's eyes to your fabulous shoes. Go with a bright color and get happy every time you look down! Whether wearing a sandal, bootie, or heel, you can't go wrong with a dose of fringe!
Steve Madden, Sashi $130
Tory Burch Hilary Shearling-Lined Fringe Bootie
Cusp by Neiman Marcus $296
Koa Fringe Flat Sandal
Sole Society $65
Jeffrey Campbell Fringed Suede Thong Sandal
Short Fringe Wellington Boots
Sam Edelman Louie Fringe Ankle Boot
Urban Outfitters $130
Karen Millen Fringed Mini Bucket Bag
Selfridges & Co. $270
The Fringe Bucket Bag
GUM Fringed Tote
Far Fetch $110
Kerry Fringe Crossbody
Sole Society $60
Deux Lux Fringe-Trimmed Fold-Over Crossbody Bag
Neiman Marcus Last Call $54