Whats trending now:


Spring is officially here and we are jumping into the latest trends. The one I noticed that is slowing climbing up its way trend ladder is Fringe! During Fashion week, that is when the styles make it or just fade away. While we are often introduced to new trends, others repeat themselves, such as crop tops, mule shoes and etc.. Such is the case with the most ubiquitous fall 2015 fad, fringe. We saw fringe during spring 2015 ,now here to stay for fall making appearances at big shows like Ralph Lauren Polo, Proenza Schouler Mara Hoffman. Though fringe might seem like a trickier trend to pull off, it works really well on coats, jackets and skirts, as well as on accessories like handbags and shoes. Needless to say, you can pair it with anything. 

At Proenza Schouler, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez closed their spring/summer 2015 show with dresses and skirts spliced into unraveling strands that swished and swooshed with every single step (above, left). Designer Alberta Ferretti flashed back to the ’70s with dreamy free-spirited creations with second-skin sheer fabrics and pretty floral appliques. Amid them, suede fringe (some dyed in pastels) took over hemlines, gilets and dresses (above, center). At Elie Tahari, the designer made Bohemian modern with tiered leather shreds (above, right).

Left to Right: Tracy Reese, Sally Napointe, Mongol, Josie Natori


Lets go Shopping now, Fringe is in stores and we can get the latest trends in our closets!



You can even add pop of fringe your outfit,

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