Seventies Throwback Style - My 5 Favorite Fringe Jeans For 2016

I'm about to take you back. Way, way back. Back to the 1970s, the first time we were thrust into a bohemian wonderland. It was a very creative and tumultuous decade where art , politics, and fashion collided. For today's set I am not focusing on the vibrant psychedelic colors we associate with the time. Today I am focusing on the time period when jeans really became a everyday staple in our wardrobes. That decade was the catalyst for that shift.


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Vintage image of bohemians rocking denim.
The outfit of the day that I am featuring showcases a modern spin of vintage bohemian style. One of the modern reincarnations of this trend is the of the moment fringe hem jeans. I'm loving the style. If you love the trend too you are in luck because I'm featuring a few of my faves.


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Seventies Throwback Style by latoyacl featuring summer tops 


Forever 21 Wool Fedora (Buy Here) 
Miguelina Dakota Off The Shoulder Crop Top (Buy Here) 
New Revival Denim Fringe Hem Jeans (Buy Here) 
Sunday Somewhere Charlie 52mm Round Sunglasses (Buy Here) 
Antik Batik Korine Clutch (Buy Here) 
Tory Burch Patos Sandals (Buy Here) 


Here are a few more of my favorite fringe jeans. 


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Pistola Tallis (Buy Here)


My 5 Favorite Fringe Jeans For 2016 www.toyastales.blogspot.com
Forever 21 (Buy Here)
My 5 Favorite Fringe Jeans For 2016 www.toyastales.blogspot.com
Asos (Buy Here)

My 5 Favorite Fringe Jeans For 2016 www.toyastales.blogspot.com
Earl Jeans (Buy Here)




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Comments

  1. Not sure I feel about the fringe jeans trend though, probably not something that I will hop on as I don't think I can pull it off.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. I can understand why. The proportions have to be just right to make them work but if you find a great pair they would be a fun addition to your wardrobe.

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  2. Sounds like great trend, it seems like perfect to DIY ;) What's more, I adore that clutch bag, it's terrific :)

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com

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    1. They would be a great project for dressing up an old pair of jeans. Grab a pair of scissors and shred away.

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  3. I'm totally loving fringe jeans too. These picks look fantastic. :)

    XoXo Noma

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  4. Never been much of fringe girl. cool pic from the '70s

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