Fringe was made popular in the 1920’s by flappers. The dresses represented fun and flash. It has currently been popping up everywhere in the fashion world.
The Herve Leger Resort 2015 collection previewed many dresses with fabulous fringe swaying back and forth on the runway. Many a starlet has been spotted carrying the new “It” bag made by Chanel with quilting and fringe. Prada made a peep toe, suede bootie with fringe dangling from the ankle adding drama and intrigue to the heel.
I like how fringe can add a bohemian or western feel to an outfit. It lends a sort of approachableness to any ensemble. A dress with fringe is also very fun to dance and spin in, you will be sure to be the center of attention. This tasseled trend is a fun way to spice up any outfit and can be eased into.
Whether you choose a little or a lot of fringe, you are sure to have fun and make a fashion statement.