Fringe Shoe Trend Vogue

If you think the fringe shoe trend is too whimsical for your taste, you need to check again, because this time around, you might change your mind. The fringe trend is evolving every year, and it is getting a lot more appealing and it is definitely winning most skeptics, including me…

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Boots have always been the easiest to incorporate the fringes on. This was because the native Americans had fringes as their signature look on their moccasin shoes and boots. As you can see, the same look that was used on moccasin boots is now on every style of boots.

 

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Fringes being the trend that was mostly associated with the bohemian styles, seeing them on dress sandal was kind of unsettling (in a good way). Not because it made the sandals hideous, but because of how genius the idea was! And if you were wondering why we didn’t think of this idea sooner, you are not alone…

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A more conventional way fringes have been used is on casual – dress and non dress shoes. There isn’t anything out of the norm from these styles, other than that some of them are open sandals. Traditional fringes (sometimes incorporated with tassels) have been used on casual loafers, to give women shoes masculinity appeal…

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As I mentioned with the casual sandals, traditional fringes that have been used on casual flats, are now wildly seen on casual flat sandals as well. Brogues have revolutionized women shoe styles in past decade, by replacing the traditional feminine loafers and moccasins. It is amazing to see them greatly embraced by the millennials, which means that elaborating on the brogues (turning them into sandals), is a brilliant idea…

 

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