Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Fringe it up.

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Shirt & Vest- Veromoda, Shorts- Veromoda, Sunglasses- RayBan, Shoes- Aldo, On my lips- Ririwoo by Mac

Fringe is definitely having it's moment this summer and it is all set to be carried forward in the second half of this year too! Seen on the runaways of some renowned designer's shows, this trend is now accessible at a high street store near you. As eye catchy as it is, if taken too far, sometimes this tricky trend can easily look a little costume-y or make you look like a Coachella-wannabe. The trick is to pair one statement fringe piece with other basics or simpler modern separates. You can find fringe on the hemlines of skirts and dresses, sleeves of tops and jackets, bags and shoes so, take your pick and ease your way into flaunting this trend. Starting with a bag or fringe shoes is the simplest and almost fool proof way of trying out this trend to see, how comfortable you are with it or how uncomfortable it makes the people around you! Also, sticking to neutral tones always makes it easy on the eyes and even easier to style. For this outfit, I paired a light weight mesh, fringe vest with one of my other current favourite trend, Khaki. I am also loving the darker side of tropical prints because they add an earthy feel to the look. Trustee old RayBans, punches of red & my favourite tan heels complete this fun look! Where would I wear this? To a fun weekend brunch, a brand event or even replace the heels with oxfords for a road trip! If you're not feeling this look or the colours, step into a VeroModa store to check out a lot more pieces in different fabrics like suede, lace and get your dose of fringe. 

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