Though we feasted our eyes on the fringe skirt long before the start of spring (Michael Kors’ version for fall was divine), there’s been a noticeable uptick on the street style circuit, with fresh iterations that feel ideal for spring. Whether worn with a lived-in T-shirt or a crisp, white button-down, the skirt makes a daring statement. Scroll down for 10 creative ways style the bold piece.
Helena Bordon wears her blue-leather fringe skirt with a graphic white T-shirt and cerulean pumps.
Photo:Stockholm Street Style
If you’re layering a casual separate over a fringe skirt—like a sweatshirt—tie the look together with a thin black belt cinched at the waist.
Sofie Valkiers makes a case for the ‘70s-inspired spring trend with a camel suede coat, multi-textured fringe skirt, and thigh-high boots.
Don’t be intimidated by your fringe! Follow Olivia Palermo’s lead and wear multiple fringed pieces together in a monochromatic ensemble.
Bolster the textural effect of your outfit with a luxe knit and slinky-fringe skirt.
Do like Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What, and let your skirt do the talking. Wear it with an understated white sweater and oxfords.
Kate Davidson Hudson tests out a nautical-inspired take on the fringe skirt by teaming hers with a Breton-stripe shirt and navy pea coat.
Need a quick party look? Try a statement top over your fringed skirt and a pair of platforms. Va va voom!
Experiment with a sweater tied around your waist to tame the high-impact skirt.
White-on-white always feels fresh—especially when fringe is involved.
Need a fringe skirt to add to your closet? We’ve got you covered below.
Cusp by Neiman Marcus Fringe-Hem Suede Pencil Skirt ($360)