Do you struggle with transforming your outfits from day to night? Don’t worry, CF is here to help turn that daily annoyance into a fun challenge. Class to Night Out focuses on one piece per week, and aims to help you take your look from study sessions in the library to dancing the night away.
Well, we did it guys. I think it's safe to say we made a successful transition into jacket season, which means we now have another piece of clothing to have fun with. Awesome! The extra option can make decisions a little bit harder in the morning, but it's okay! Preparing an outfit the night before is always an option.
Fringed jackets are great additions to your fall wardrobe. They have that '70s feel that will let you bring a little Coachella into the classroom. (Except it's fall, so covering up would probably be a better idea than going full-on music festival chic.)
To see how to style a '70s-inspired fringe jacket, keep reading!
Fringe Jacket: Class
I love this jacket because it's a fringe and motorcycle jacket combined into one. Wear it over your favorite band t-shirt, or any graphic t-shirt really, and pair it with some ever-so-slightly ripped black skinny jeans. Wear your trusty nude flats and carry all of your midterm necessities around in a studded tote. Keep your jewelry minimal with silver stud earrings. Am I the only one who hasn't been wearing jewelry to class that much? I'm not as into it for daytime these days...
Fringe Jacket: Night Out
You probably already have a little black dress in your wardrobe, so pick your favorite for your night out and pair it with some sky-high platform booties. If it's already really cold where you are, pair with some lace tights or thigh-high socks.
This chunky chain necklace goes perfectly with the muted stone colors of the jewelry. Go all out with some red, blue, and gold chained bohemian style earrings, and finish the jewelry off with three simple skinny gold cuff bracelets. (Lots of jewelry for night, I'm loving.) Pull the whole outfit together with a gold studded clutch.
What do you think? Would you rock a fringe jacket this fall, or do you think the fringe trend should have been left in the '70s? If you'd try it, how would you style one for class and a night out? Let me know in the comments, I love hearing feedback!