Swap your shaggy faux fur for long, colorful fringe.
Get the look: Nasty Gal plum dress, $55.
Rock a slim-cut blazer that’s more Lenny Kravitz than Kenny Chesney.
Get the look: Vero Moda Very fringe blazer, $54.
Head-to-toe cream looks angelic; just don’t spill anything.
Get the look: French Connection square top, $197.
Wild thing, you make our hearts sing.
Get the look: Nasty Gal Jayne fringe top, $26.
A look so sharp it could poke an eye out.
Get the look: Goti chain bracelet, $770.
Like a black widow who spins her web — in silk.
Get the look: Theory Palonia dress, $495.
Life is short. Show some shoulder.
Get the look: Sole Mio one-shoulder dress, $52.
Close-cropped fringe creates short, ladylike tiers.
Get the look: Plenty by Tracy Reese dress, $325.
Rainbow Brite is all grown up.
Get the look: Sass & Bide The Calm dress with fringe, $245.
Reflective tinsel turns heads.
Get the look: Dannijo Paola necklace, $370.
Pair superfine fringe with black leather shorts for motorbike style.
Get the look: 36 Point 5 Fringe tank top, $36.
Birds of a feather fringe together.
Get the look: Theory brushed satin and feather dress, $455.
If only you could spin gold fringe into the real thing.
Get the look: Sparkle & Fade short, $30.
The antithesis of tacky winter sweaters.
Get the look: Roberta shawl jacket, $108.
An open-weave beach look calls for daiquiris and plenty of SPF.
Get the look: Free People thatched fringe dress, $348.
The ombre fringe trend moves from your hair to your clothing.
Get the look: Iosselliani necklace, $642.
Pair a poncho with a skirt for late-night fiestas.
Get the look: Cynthia Vincent fez-print poncho, $295.
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