Fringe03Fringe. It’s all the rage these days. I love the look, but sometimes feel like the pieces aren’t “me.” I feel like this is a perfect balance between trendy and still age appropriate. Also, an added benefit of this sweater is that it isn’t too heavy. I have a lot of friends that live in warmer climates that don’t get temps below 50 degrees; they love sweaters, but have to change out of them after lunch because they get too hot. This sweater is comfortable and lightweight. I love a heavy sweater when I’m outside in the dead of winter, but sometimes it gets a bit warm inside and then off the sweater comes. This is perfect. It can basically replace a boring cardigan, which I feel like every woman owns. Temps fluctuate so much here, some days you need the heater and some the AC. I love keeping this sweater handy in the car in case I go into a building that still has the AC cranked.

I’m telling you. It’s handy. Did I mention that I think it’s super cute too? 🙂Fringe01 Fringe04 Fringe06Fringe02

Photos: Jacque, Inc.

Sweater: Lola Jeannine (comes in cream too!)
Pants: Paige Denim
Tank: Banana Republic
Boots: Sole Society
Handbag: Kate Spade (similar)

What do you guys think? Have to tried fringe? Do you rock it in a bold way, or more subdued like I did here?

-Adriele

Also, linking up with these ladies this week: StyleNudgeHer Heartland SoulRhea’s MusingsChaCha and Pink SoleStyle Diary By OsyBirdie ShootsStill Being MollyBless Her Heart Y’allI Do deClareReasons to DressElegantly Dressed and StylishPastries Pumps and PiPumps and PushupsStyle ElixirShopping My ClosetThe Mummy ChroniclesClassy Yet TrendyA Lovely Little WardrobeBook Of LeisureThe Pleated PoppyPampers and PearlsMama and MoreTwo Peas in a BlogThe Stylish Housewife, & Sydney Fashion Hunter! Thanks for the invites, ladies!!

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