#HowToWearIt: Fringe

#HowToWearIt: Fringe
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In this weekly feature, InStyle’s Senior Market Editor/Digital Correspondent Dana Avidan-Cohn shares tips and tricks on how to tackle the latest trends. Look for it on What’s Right Now every Friday and be sure to try out the trend yourself and tweet your look using #HowToWearIt.

Looking for a way to add some playfulness to your fall wardrobe? Designers like Valentino, Michael Kors and Lanvin have reintroduced fringe with a fresh new perspective. It's not just for Western looks anymore. During fashion week, editors and influencers embraced fringe detail in knits and leather pieces giving it a sartorial cool. In black leather, fringe looks particularly modern and can be mixed with your everyday separates for an instant update.  For evening, touches of fringe in dressier silks look especially elevated.  Hems of dresses and skirts are ultra flattering as it creates movement and shows glimpses of skin. If fringe-adorned clothing seems too adventurous, look to accessories, whether it be a shoe, bag or jewelry.

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Get the Altuzarra resort '15 look: Theory pants, $255, theory.com;  Sophie Hulme handbag, $565, saksfifthavenue.com; Won Hundred sandals, $365, shopbop.com; Michael Michael Kors blouse, $302, farfetch.com

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Other fringe we love: Finds + Nomia dress, $590, net-a-porter.com; Gorjana necklace, $68, shopbop.com; Exlusive for Intermix sweater, $395, intermixonline.com; Reece Hudson crossbody bag, $795, intermixonline.com

Plus, follow Dana on Twitter (@InStyleDana) for more expert fashion advice and tweet at her anytime using #AskDana for a instant style advice!

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