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Fun with Fringe

While I’ve been to festivals from Lollapalooza to Hyde Park Calling to Bonnaroo, I’ve never been a big believer in “festival” style.  Yes, I would layer a tank over my bikini top or rock the occasional hair band, but that was more out of necessity than as a fashion statement – it gets hot being in the sun all day!  However, I am loving that fringe is coming back, and the only thing I can think of is that I may or may not have festival style to thank!  With the classic aesthetics and comfortable, solid shapes, I’m loving incorporating fringe in my usually classic looks in unexpected places.

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This skirt, combined with a cowl-neck, backless top feels perfect for the Summer sun.  I dressed it up with my go-to Jimmy Choo Abel pumps, Francesca’s blue post earrings, and my favorite blue bandeau bralette underneath.

I’ll be honest – I was skeptical about each of the two primary items when pulling together this look.  Both the top and skirt are not my go-to classic silhouettes, and both follow trends, which I usually try to avoid.  But combined together, I love that these pieces seem to mesh incredibly well.  I feel that each piece could absolutely be used separately – top with classic denim, skirt with a tucked in, striped tee, and the entire look could absolutely work until next Fall with traditional cowboy boots rather than pumps.  However, for the dinner I was going to with girlfriends, this look was everything I needed – dressed up, but relaxed bohemian all in one.

I linked below to the actual look, but also some similar options with varying lengths and cuts for the top and skirt.

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