Fringe has exploded onto the fashion scene. From Western-inspired fringe suede jackets to diamond fringe jewellery. Fringe encompasses all aspects of fashion and style. There’s a sense of freedom encompassed within fringe jewellery, after all, flowing tassels can’t be tamed. Want your jewellery to be elevated from weak to chic? Channel some fringe finesse with jewellery that invigorates your wild and carefree attitude.
This bold and statement look may feel intimidating to style. But the truth is, the opportunities with fringe jewellery are endless! From colourful tassels to muted earth-tones, discover how to wear fringe jewellery this season and forever radiate your authentic and original style.
With the weather getting warmer and the days getting brighter, what better way to embrace spring than to wear colourful and bright fringe jewellery? These earrings featured in Sachin & Babi SS18 collection. Featuring tiny baby blue beads, this fringe look features a keen attention to detail in a playful and statement way. With a pair of tassel coloured earrings, your look will be imbued with fresh and sharp edge. Wear with a crisp white shirt and white trousers for a striking yet delicate look. Spring and summer is for light and bright colours, so embrace the change of season with a change to your jewellery.
Don’t stop at the jewellery
What better way to style fringe jewellery than with fringe clothing? Fringe originated as a textile trim applied to the edge of fabric to stop it from unravelling. Dating back to the Renaissance era, fringe has associations with high European nobility, as well as the Western cultures it is more commonly connoted with. From Tom Ford, to Longchamp and Coach, a number of fashion designers are repping the fringe look in their SS19 collections. Wear a fringe cocktail dress to your next summer party. Or a fringe suede jacket for those breezy summer evenings. Either way, channel some fringe finesse this spring to stay on-trend.
Think outside the box
The best jewellery is the pieces that make you want to up your own jewellery game. Looking at Oscar De La Renta’s fringe ear cuff, modelled by Bella Hadid, you can't help but feel envious of this striking jewellery piece. Unconventional and daring jewellery is what sets the trend. Why buy a simple hoop when you can buy an ear cuff that will have all your friends talking. Style a fringe ear cuff with your hair in a ponytail and a black leather jacket. Jewellery like this exudes attitude, so you should dress accordingly.
Whoever said less was more, didn’t have a clue what they were talking about. Jewellery is bigger and bolder than ever. Want to make a statement? Go extra with your jewellery. You can never have too many gemstones, too many stacked rings, or too many layered necklaces. Now is the time to go the extra mile with your jewellery. Look at Miu Miu’s AW17 show: elegant fringe jewellery took the form of diamond fringe headpieces and collars. These jewellery pieces achieve superior luxury without looking overdone. Find your finesse for fringe with glittering jewellery that looks radiant and chic. Mara Hotung’s Jellyfish earrings are the perfect pick for this. Adorned with sapphires and set in 24kt gold, feel glamorous and chic with these tassel earrings.
Use earth tones and texture
Many SS19 collections have opted for a stripped back, organic look. Think earth tones, natural textures and eco-friendly materials. Many of our jewellery designers seek inspiration in nature, and fringe jewellery that harnesses the natural aesthetic will look forever chic. Pearls are the most natural gemstones known to man. Formed in the ocean, these magical gemstones are timeless and elegant. Cosanuova’s Pearl Baroque Tassel Necklace looks as if just plucked from the ocean. The blanched colour palette and delicate shape forms a jewellery item that radiates charm. Embrace the natural look this spring with jewellery that exudes pure beauty.
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