Fringe Benefits

July 22, 2010 • Runway/Realway


Alia Rajput for Second City Style Magazine

Summer is all about fun in the city and finding occasions to show off
your own personal style. Shake things up and put some movement in
your summertime wardrobe with a dash of flirty fringe.
Not just for
flappers and cowgirls anymore, fringe accents are showing up on
everything from eveningwear to cover-ups so scoop some of these
pieces up and start to shimmy!

There’s nothing like adding some drama to your LBD when you step out
for a night on the town. Usually considered a fairly casual look,
fringe can be implemented into an evening ensemble when it’s subtle and
with a classic sense of chic.
Max Azria brought
fringe down his runway in a shimmering cascade of beading, making every
step look like a dance. Still too much look? The hint of leather fringe
trailing down Acne’s cocktail dress is enough to make
an edgy statement, without really saying anything at all.

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