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How to Wear Fringed Boots

 
By Mary Smith. Updated: January 20, 2017
How to Wear Fringed Boots

Chances are you want to wear fringed boots this year. Fringes are more fashionable than ever! You can find them on bags, jackets, dresses and boots. You can achieve an ethnic look, which is very sensual and feminine, with fringes. If you have fringed boots but do not know what will go well with them, read this OneHowTo article as we'll propose different looks so you can use the full potential of this garment. Below you can find different tips on how to wear fringed boots so you'll look incredibly attractive.

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With the following tip, you'll achieve a playful and sweet look. Wear fringed boots with a short skirt above the knees with a floral design or pastel colors.

On top, you can opt for a maxi jumper, as shown in the picture, or you can also opt for a shorter sweater or basic shirt. That's right: the color may also be light for a country look that is very feminine.

How to Wear Fringed Boots - Step 1
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For a more urban feel, you can wear your fringed boots with tailored cigarette trousers which completely define the shape of your legs. This will make your boots stand out more as the trousers will reach your feet, and fringed boots will become the most prominent piece of your look.

If you want, you can opt for a sophisticated combination, such as the one you can see in the picture. The girl has opted for a total black look, with skinny jeans, a maxi bag, a coat and glasses, which are also black. As you see, the result is spectacular.

How to Wear Fringed Boots - Step 2
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Women who are passionate about country fashion will find this look one of the essential seasonal looks. Jeans are a must if you want to get a country look, as well as fringed boots. The look is given a more modern touch by turning the jeans into shorts and the boots into maxi boots.

To refine your silhouette and highlight your curves, there's nothing better than a dress with a fitted bodice or, if you don´t have that, a T-shirt tucked into trousers.

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You can also opt for an outfit where you mix the country look with a more urban style, as shown below. Wear fringed boots combined with a short skirt so that your legs can be seen and you achieve a more feminine look combined with a wonderful accessory: a wide-brimmed hat. You'll look spectacular.

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Fringed boots can also give a more innocent and sweet air to your appearance, so you can wear them with a lace dress or pale colored dress, to show off a more romantic and feminine style. As you can see in the picture, this look mixes a pretty white dress with small ruffles and then matches the shoe color with the handbag. It is a simple option but is aesthetically appealing.

If you like this type of fashion, don't miss our article on how to achieve a romantic look.

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If you prefer a more ethnic style, one good idea is to choose to wear fringed boots combined with a poncho or big shirt, which are so fashionable right now. Ideally, your boots should be given full prominence together with the ethnic accessories you wear, so we recommend that the rest of your clothes are basic and neutral in color.

As you can see in the image, opt for a simple denim look with and add a personal touch with a big shirt and boots. You'll look fantastic!

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