I like the femininity that Fringe adds to ones look…
Top – Boohoo Skirt – Yedu
Hair – Kidoti. Heels- Steve Madden
Shot by IBM edited by @Buoart
Location: Dussit, Nairobi.
I’ve been fringing on this swingy crop top that’s currently one of my favorite items in my wardrobe. I love the fit it’s very hugging and corsettey like (just made that up) which kinda gave my burst a kidogo lifted and fuller look – Not that I needed it , but Don’t we all love the magic in that.. Hahaa!
I was having a lunch date with my sisters and I wanted to wear something chic yet fun, and fringe seemed to be the only option popping up.
Personally, fringes are very playful embellishments that tend to lighten up my mood no matter what my current situation is and that’s exactly what I was going for.
To achieve a more subtle and elegant appearance I paired the crop with a very simple royal blue midi skirt and brown sandal heels.
On my hair I have on the pony yaya braids from Kidoti hair that’s found and based in Tanzania.
Fringe crop quick tip: Less is more
Fringe tends to be dramatic and its just as bold as animal print.
One fringy item works just fine, you want it to speak for itself, You want to look effortless, yet put together.
There’s a lot of fringe inspired items out there,
If you feel overwhelmed by fringe outfits, you can go for fringe earrings, handbag or even a scarf and just dress it up.
Just remember: if you’re showing skin up here, cover down there.