incorporating fringe into your fall wardrobe

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

In case you haven't noticed, for fall 2015 fringe is 'in'.

If you're anything like me, you're not sure how to incorporate this trend into your fall 2015 wardrobe without 1. looking like you're trying too hard or 2. looking like you're trying to look way younger than you actually are.

I am pretty confident that if you saw me attempting to rock a fringe jacket, it wouldn't be pretty. Same goes for a crop top with fringe on the bottom (yeah, I just had a baby, that sure as heck ain't happening. I wasn't exactly 'crop-top ready' pre-baby). Enter accessories, and even more specifically, purses!! There are a TON of fringe bags out there right now. You can find them as easily as going to your local Walmart or Target as well as in the biggest (most expensive) brand names (note: I didn't include the uber expensive ones because, well, I didn't want to have purse-envy writing this post).

Here are a few I'm loving:

fringe bags fall 2015

Kate Spade crossbody handbag, 320 CAD // Rebecca Minkoff crossbody purse, 255 CAD // Zara leather bag, 185 CAD // Express crossbody purse, 53 CAD // Fringe purse, 51 CAD

A new handbag is the perfect way to test out this trend without breaking the bank or looking and/or feeling uncomfortable. 

Yes, you may recall that burgundy beaut from a previous post of mine (transitioning your maxi dress from summer to fall), at this point, I'm kind of feeling like I need it!