October 19, 2017
You might think fringe fits a specific vibe, but the truth is the look is totally versatile and works well with several of today’s trends. Maybe you already love the look and want to know how to wear fringe boots for the fall. Casual, classy, or cool, fringe adds dynamic movement and personality to your outfits. Below we have ten inspiring ideas for adding this style statement to your wardrobe.
Brave the Elements
The 5-Layer Fringe Boot is for the fearless. Handmade tiers of fringe cascade down the leg for fluid movement in every step. For a winsome look, these showstoppers look beautiful with a boho dress.
Wild Meets West
For a bold and sophisticated ensemble, pair a modern, printed dress with ankle boots. With woven fringe accents and Western influence, the Blake Boot contributes to a unique and hip look.
The Softer Side of Fringe
If you’re looking for a more demure way to incorporate fringe, try a piece that uses it as an adornment. The Dixon Boot features wraparound straps with a touch of fringe. Embrace the romance of fall with these soft suede boots, a chunky sweater, and a delicate skirt.
Wrap yourself in a cozy Fair Isle sweater and skinny jeans. This sweet and simple look is elevated by layered fringe and will keep you warm and comfy. The Double Fringe Side Zip Boot features metal accents and comes with two fringe layers that surround the cuff.
Lace to the Top
Fringe looks stunning on a tall boot. The Front Lace Knee High Boot features a fringe trim and rawhide laces. For a look that’s as fall as pumpkin spices, pair these standout brown fringe boots with a thick fuzzy sweater.
Fall fashion is all about rich textures. Fringe adds a warm dimension to a layered outfit. The Gwen Bootie shows off fans of fringe and pinpoint perforations. Complete the tactile outfit with torn jeans, a supple long coat, and chunky socks.
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Fringe and denim are a match made in heaven. Start your outfit with cropped jeans and fitted denim top. Swap your plain flats for a pair of moccasins with fringe trim. The Kilty has fringe accents along the side made from soft, high quality suede.
For a dreamy look, try brown fringe boots with a floral mini dress. The easy and cushioned Luna Boot wows with a pretty studded cuff and lines of fringe, elongating the leg.
Back in Black
Most think of fringe in shades of brown, but you can also sport it in black. Try the Venice, which comes in black and is lined with fringe around the cuff of the shoe. With padded insoles, you’ll always be ready for a spontaneous adventure. Match with a leather jacket (another fall favorite item) to complete the edgy look.
A versatile style, fringe can mix with different fabrics with lovely results. With a sporty sole and cool eyelet detailing, the Willow Boot looks cute with a patterned skirt and denim long-sleeved top.