The Fringe Effect

Updated on Mar 23, 2015
purple fringe Tamara Mellon skirt - olive green camo ernest sewn shirt
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ASHLEYNII 's Thoughts:

Any piece of clothing that has as much movement and personality as this skirt deserves a spot in the “good” closet. Keeping with this spring’s heavy ‘70s resurgence in every form possible it was inevitable that I was going to give fringe a go. I’ve never been a flower child or a hippie or any of that, I’ve always been myself and play with silhouettes and trends that work for me, surprisingly though I’ve board the 70s boho babe train and won’t lie, I love it. This bold, exaggerated Tamara Mellon skirt sways like it owns the world or maybe a dance floor so much so that I couldn’t bear to pair it with something simple, I had to play into the boldness of the skirt and create a juxtaposition. Enter this Ernest Sewn boyfriend camo button down, my very lady-like Dior heels {similar here} and this DIY chunky statement necklace that I did a few years back and can’t part with. Don’t you just love how it sways? Reason enough to pick up a piece immediately.

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hazelkrisferrando
hazelkrisferrando on May 05
love
HenEvia
HenEvia on March 24
Such an awesome photo. Fringe skirts for the win!
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