Last year, potentially with some fear, the fringe (no, not the one on your head, we’re talking fringe fashion), was touted as a major street style trend for 2020.
This isn’t a first – fringe fashion has made numerous comebacks over the past few decades and the tassel has once again swayed its way back into the fashion spotlight. For some of us, wearing this trend can be daunting but we promise you, it doesn’t need to be.
Fringe fashion options are countless and the key is to only wear as many as you’re comfortable with. Skirts, jackets, hoodies and dresses, there’s a plethora of options, from extreme statement pieces to more subtle ways. The long fringe can be cool running off a bag, or you can opt for a fine fringe to trim the hem of your skirt. The key is to match your fringe with your own style so you can swagger with confidence!
Originally used by Native Americans to catch droplets, this style is back on the catwalks. Today, thankfully, the take on the trend is more refined than it once was and there are lots of clever ways to wear it. As usual, we’ve checked out some fantastic options for you – that won’t compromise your vegan stance, or your style!
Our writers independently select all products featured on The Vegan Company. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Coco Playsuit by Winona, $279.95
About A Girl by Verstire, $43
3. Long Sleeve Top
Ashley Crew Sweatshirt by Levi’s, $69.97
Rodeo Hoodie by Levi’s Made & Crafted, $209.96
5. Bandana Top
Gwen Top by Love and Light the Label, $129
6. Fringe Denim Jacket
A Bonnie Denim Jacket by Abrand, $119.97
Mariana Fringe Dress by Elliatt, $209.95
Lar Fringe Shorts by by Porcelain Brigid McLaughlin, $229.00
Carlita Carnivale Fringed Clutch by Olga Berg, $99.95
We also love Lola Fringe and Resin Bag by Farrah and Sloane, $199
Macrame Earrings by Emilia Lorena Macrame, $45
We also love Lana by Native Sol, $59
and Toffee Tassle Earrings by SooP, $39
About the Author
Sally is a director of The Vegan Company.
Sally has extensive experience working in high end fashion and beauty across media and communications, starting out in London (does mentioning the 90s date her?!) before settling in Sydney.
She loves a start up, so when the chance came to put her skills to work with early stage companies she formed her own business and went for it, consulting to a number of fantastic businesses that have gone on to be great successes.
As a qualified colour and style consultant, Sally is not afraid to tell you who wore it best! With 4 children (counting, of course, the 4 legged fur ball) and a home in Sydney’s inner west, Sally loves her busy life: running, cycling, walking, sports and good food and wine….definitely good wine!
Having grown up in the mincemeat environment of Northern England, working on The Vegan Company has altered Sally’s perspective on life, and opened her eyes. She genuinely feels that she can make a change, one step at a time, one day at a time! She is proud to be part of this new wave, and for her, this new world.
Our writers independently select all products featured on The Vegan Company. We only recommend products and services we love – and think you’ll love too. Just letting you know that when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.