The next time you’re planning to bust your moves out in the club for a dance-filled Friday night, clad yourself in these coolest fringed picks of ours. Shimmy nights will be a touch sassier, because how can we resist all the extra textured movement that comes with a little swaying and and a lot more twirling?
Balmain is your go-to if you’re a dance lover who wants to show off a little unadulterated glamour for a special night out. This 1970s-inspired, glass-beaded and fringed embellished velvet dress is guaranteed to do that.
Sparkle along with the strobelights in this Michael Kors sequinned cotton and modal-blend top—a looser, party-perfect option for ease of movement.
Looking for something different from the usual sequinned and metallic offerings? Make a sartorial statement on the dance floor in MSGM’s multicoloured tweed fringe skirt.
There’s nothing like a d’orsay pump for a pretty pair of dancing shoes, and Stuart Weitzman’s ‘Fringelica’ pumps in sapphire suede have got fringed detailing for attitude when you’re showing off some fancy footwork.
Talk about a fierce accessory: Jimmy Choo’s Alba—striped snakeskin patchworked bag with metal fringes is the rock star purse for a high-octane night out.
Chloé is a must-have for any fringe lover out there. Put on these lengthy, gold-tone brass chain earrings for an enhanced sense of movement (an updo is definitely required for this look).
So if you think fringe earrings won’t do justice to your dance outfit, up the wow factor with this Lanvin gold and gunmetal-tone necklace—best paired with a plunging neckline to showcase its beauty.
Lastly, for beginners on the dance floor who are a little apprehensive about the high-shine factor with the above-mentioned fringed choices, this Tory Burch braided leather belt is perfect for you to sling around your waist over a floral tiered dress (preferably flared as well) for a folk princess/kitschy look.
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