This blog began in 2010 as part of the publisher’s promotional materials for my travel book, The Single Girl’s Guide to Meeting European Men. The book rose to #1 on Amazon’s Best-Sellers List within two weeks of publication, and is still selling. The blog has been expanded to cover my other pursuits.

Fringe Flash

November, 7, 2014

Last March, I snuck into this No Entrar zone in Cabo and filmed a little Instagram vid. I was wearing a fringed top, and predicted that fringe fashion was about to explode. Look who called it right?! Not like I’m gloating or anything;)

Autumn styles have been fringe-tinged…in all pieces and price points. Here’s the 1-2-3 of this look…items in the $100, $200 and $300+ ranges. For cheaper options, H&M is ultra-reasonable.

1. In the $100 zone, Carolina Amato has fringe-adorned leather gloves, Riller & Fount flaunts a fringe-lined tunic, and thanks to Kenneth Jay Lane there’s even a fringe chain-necklace.

Fringe Flash A

2. Bringing it in at around $200, the fringe alert begins with a full-on Michael Kors sheath, and is followed by a Fallon Jewelry necklace, and a Missoni scarf.

Fringe Flash B

3. For those wanting a $300+ fringe flash, there’s a Velvet cashmere turtleneck, and dresses by both Haute Hippie and Kate Spade.

Fringe Flash C


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