Fringe Benefits

As I approached San Francisco I could see the fog bank swallowing the cities skyline and watched the temperature gage in my car fall drastically. Luckily, 10 years of living in San Francisco has trained me to layer my clothing to battle the ever-changing climate of the city by the Bay. Armed with over the knee Stuart Weitzman boots, a classic black blazer by Elie Tahari and a vintage fringe cross body bag- I braved the chilly weather and headed up to my Dads roof deck soak in the view.     Perhaps it’s because I grew up in the 80’s that I love fringe. Whether it’s a fringe hem or fringe detail on the ankle strap of a shoe…there is something magical that happens when the element of movement is added to a garment.    Taking into consideration that I was arriving from the country and did not want to run the risk of appearing as though I brought the rodeo to town, I used my fringe bag as a statement piece. I paired the bag with a city appropriate look of simple black and white clean lines, providing a classic backdrop for my bag.

IMG_8994   IMG_8895   IMG_8991Fringe made many appearances in the SS15 collections. The theatrical element of amazons dressed in garments that swished down the runway had me hooked. Classic shapes were transformed into current statements with the simple addition of fringe, giving this trend the romantic element us fashion addicts crave during spring.  

  

 

 

 

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