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Photos by Kelly Wendt
Fringe has been big since last season, and I’m so glad that it’s still trending this fall. I love the added texture it gives a garment along with the also trendy 1970s look. This dress in particular really showcases both of these trends in an oh-so-chic way!
Besides the fringe, I am also loving the way this dress is cut. It’s a very comfortable boxy fit that I personally find to be very flattering on. Additionally, I’m really into the fabric. It’s very thick which is great for this time of year, especially if you live someplace where it actually gets cold! Furthermore, the color scheme could not be more perfect. It’s a beautiful mix of browns, burgundy, and olive green.
Unfortunately, it appears that a lot of other people must have liked this dress as much as I did because it has recently sold out… Cross your fingers that Nordstrom takes the hint and gets more in! However, I do have some other dresses and fun fringe pieces linked up down below.