This fall, my favorite saying is “when in doubt, wear fringe”. And wouldn’t you agree? Fringe is such a great year-round trend but I’m especially loving how it looks this fall. Even before pandemic fashion took hold, minimal details and a neutral palette were trends that definitely are here to stay. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m always on board with a minimal, capsule wardrobe but sometimes I just need some fancy in my life. The fringe in this look adds just the right amount of maximalist detail to this simple black and white oversized knit sweater.

I found this fringe sweater years ago from the Outnet, which is still one of my favorite places to find interesting additions to my wardrobe. I fell in love with the simple black and white colorblocking and oversize fit. It looks great on its own or layered over a slim black or white turtleneck top. When I saw the finge I knew I had to have it – it’s one of those pieces that I pull out once or twice a season and it always makes a statement. 

As I was putting together this look, I was secretly laughing at how many fall trends I was able to pull off in one outfit. If you know me at all, you’ll know that I’m continuously obsessed with all things denim – especially jeans that are high waisted with a light wash. I really love how this light blue shade compliments the black and white of the sweater. The oversized fit of both the sweater and jeans might not work for everybody, especially if you have a smaller frame. For those of you on the petite side, I would suggest a slimmer fit jean if you want to balance the proportion of an oversized sweater.

For the shoes, I decided on a sleek black ballerina flat with some hardware detailing. I’ve been wearing flats for as long as I can remember and I think they are such a staple for a season-less wardrobe. I particularly love how flats ground a pair of wide leg pants and this outfit is no exception. And as a final accessory, I added a quilted bucket hat. In my opinion, a hat always finishes off an outfit – whether its a casual baseball cap, a fedora or even a knit beanie, I always feel better when I have a hat on. And bonus points when I don’t have to worry about my hair!

Everyone needs a little fancy in their wardrobe and the below styles have the perfect mix of minimal styling, neutral colors and fringe detail. Tell me what you think of fringe in the comments below!
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