Last saturday when I dressed up as a native american for a masquerade party, I noticed HOW much indian-related stuff there is in the stores!
We´ve allready seen the crochet,feathers and leather as trends, but now it´s time to add fringes, turqoise,even indian-themed prints! and get the modern native american look by matching it to ripped denim and bright colours!
Magdalena Frackowiak in Vogue Russia
vogue germany march 2010
Get the look:
DIY fringe tee; Just cut off the upper neck-seam and the seams on the sleeves to give the tee a bit of a "roughed up" and used look. Then cut approx. 1cm slices from the edge of the front and back up to the bust. The more you use the tee the more the fringes will roll up!
Whole look from topshop.