Fringe can almost be treated like an accessory depending on where it’s located on the garment, and should be styled as such. For stand out trends like fringe keep things like jewelry and bold prints on the simple side to not overload the look. Pair it with some denim for a western vibe or flowing fabrics for a bohemian feel. This blue tank can even be modern when worn with a clean crisp white pant. New to fringe? Try it in an a boho leather bag as a great starting point to this summer trend.
A crop top can be a little scary for any body type, especially plus size ladies, but trust us ANYONE can rock it. The key is to just balance it with a high wasted skirt/pants leaving an alluring sliver of skin, or none at all if you prefer. It actually brings the eye back up to your natural waistline (the thinnest part of your waist). You can also just tie up a button up shirt to get the same look. This mesh crop top adds an fun edgy vibe to the trend.
This timeless trend is so versatile and comfortable to wear for the summer. Just add a cute hat like a fedora and pair of sneakers and you are good to go for a casual day. A darker sophisticated denim like this belted shirtdress can even be worn to work with a pair of pumps and a cardigan. It can even be transitioned into your fall wardrobe with tights and a scarf. Talk about a must have item!
Gingham can be bold print and be a little intimidating to pull off. No one wants to look like a picnic blanket. Start off small with a petite gingham print that adds a little pizazz to the look. Gingham can also look great in it’s small form on a pant. Things to be wary of… Be careful what color you choose, red can sometimes be a little too kitchy, this unexpected light teal makes the perfect statement. Stay away from added lace and ruffles, it takes away from the sophistication. Finally, only add one other color at the most, mainly keep it matched with neutrals like black and white for a seamless look.
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