Sweater: H&M Hat: Free People Top: Project Social T via Urban Outfitters Bottoms: H&M (similar) Bag: H&M Fring Necklace: H&M Boots: H&M Lips: Revlon Colorburst in Standout (can you tell I like H&M?)
My obsession with the ’70s trend for spring is continuing to snowball. First it was wide-leg plaid pants, now it’s fringe. But I’m not talking about that rodeo cowboy fringe. The western trimming has gotten quite the fashion face lift, and I think just about anyone can pull it off these days. Don’t believe me? Here’s J.crew’s take on a fringe skirt, while Proenza Schouler and Elie Tahari glammed up the trim in edgy dresses. If you’re not quite ready to take the plunge in the world of fringe, the easiest way to to dip your toe in is with accessories.I’ve had this fringe bag forever and it’s made quite a few appearances on Style Tab, too. Somehow it just seems to go with everything. I can’t explain it. My original intention was for it to be a cool, subtle statement bag, but I use it almost every weekend! I also recently picked up this fringe necklace, and while it seemed a little crazy looking on the jewelry stand, it actually looks quite elegant once it’s on. I recommend wearing a fringe necklace with a bold, solid print top or with something strapless for a cool, evening look. Side note, I had a mini LOL session after finding this long cardigan online and realized I’m wearing it the wrong way. The model has it tied around the waist, but I’m kinda digging the untied look more. What do you think?P.S. On behalf of HP computers, I’m attending Meghan Trainors Boston show next week! To celebrate, I’m currently giving away an HP x360 laptop! To enter, simply comment on my Instagram photo telling me how you #BendTheRules and follow @HP. Easy peasy!