What’s old is new again with a resurgence of fringe. This time it’s all-inclusive, pulling from the best of its ancestry, with both 1920s’ flapper feelings and 1970s’ bohemian vibes. From bags to earrings and all-out ensembles, you can incorporate fringe into all of your winter looks.
Fendi Kan I Small
Fendi’s fringed Kan I bag is a showstopper. Made in Italy of black calfskin, the chic clutch is worth the splurge. $3,050, www.fendi.com.
3×1 NYC WM3 High-Rise Straight Cropped Fringe Jeans
A touch of fringe at the ankle is a great surprise in 3×1’s straight leg jeans. It’s a great upgrade to the otherwise classic denim pants. $295, www.anthropologie.com.
Donna Karan Fringe Mules
Donna Karan’s fringy flats tackle an array of trends: pointy toe flats that are metallic and fringed. The mules can be worn a number of ways and are the perfect accessory to jazz up a sweater and jeans. $225, www.shop.nordstrom.com.
Layered Fringe Knit Kimono
Fringe in a hue that evokes red wine? Yes, please. Throw this over nearly any outfit all season long. $118, www.anthropologie.com.
Madewell Half-Moon Fringe Earrings
Hobo Sable Wristlet
Hobo’s take on fringe evokes the 1970s in the best way. It comes in an array of colors and materials, so you’re certain to find a version that works for you. $118, www.hobobags.com.
Free People Kolby Stripe Fringe Scarf
Marc Jacobs fringe dress
Marc Jacobs uses fringe subtly in this sleeveless dress, part of his 2018 Resort Collection. The small fringe hem is the perfect detail to upgrade a little black dress. $2,050, www.marcjacobs.com, Neiman Marcus Fort Worth.