One thing is on our mind today: FRINGE
Fringe has lasted through the ages – but has appeared in different shapes and forms. Why has it lasted for so long? Why do girls love pieces of thread hanging from their clothing? We’d guess it’s because fringe adds movement to anything it’s on. Rather than lying flat on the body, fringe moves with every step that you take. Some move softly, others more dramatic.
In the 1920’s fringe appeared in flapper dresses…
Can you imagine these ladies dancing the Charleston in these dresses? Because we certainly can.
The next era that comes to mind? Think Janis Joplin.
Fringe was ever-present in the 60’s. Frankly, we like the bohemian feel of it all and love that it still influences modern fashion today.
Bohemian fringe gives off this sexy-cool rock n’ roll vibe. It’s for a free-spirited girl who knows how to have some fun.
But today, fringe isn’t limited to the “boho-chic” look. It’s made it’s way to the runways and couture.
We’ve also seen it in more delicate forms. Subtle fringe, at times, is hardly noticeable, but it adds a little oomph and interest.
We wanted to make a fringe dress that allows you to throw on some cowboy boots and have good time. What do you think?
Lets put it this way: you can’t go wrong with fringe.
The 2tee Couture Team