The Ultimate Festival Shoes – Tan Fringed Heels

Hands up if you’re headed to a festival or concert this Summer! I’m off to see Taylor Swift in Hyde Park next month and while I was having a little browse on the New Look website I spotted the perfect festival shoe – these Tan Fringed Block Heels and of course I just had to indulge. 
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The Trend

When I think about festival fashion the first thing that comes to mind is fringing – fringing and more fringing. It’s literally the staple festival fashion trend and a style that appears on almost all items of clothing – bags, t-shirts, skirts, jackets and shoes. My favourite way to wear fringing detail this year is definitely on my shoes – and ankle boots or sandals make perfect partners for this trend.
I don’t often do a blog post on one particular item of clothing but I really loved these little guys so much I couldn’t resist and it’s something I thought you might like to read about. These booties are so perfect as they have a chunky block heel and simple toe strap with t-bar design contrasted by tons of fringed detail – all in genuine suede may I add. They are super comfortable to wear and an absolute steal at £27.99! 
These shoes are super versatile when it comes to styling too which is a bonus. The fringed heels could be worn with simple denims and a blazer to add a bit of Summer edge to an outfit or added to a sun-dress and hat combo for a festival-feel.
I’ve taken a little browse at the fringed heel online offerings and selected some of my favourites (including these ones of course) which you can shop below if you spot anything you like.


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What are your thoughts on this trend? Let’s talk in the comments below.

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  1. French for fringe is "frange", and from there it's almost the same in Romanian. French might have originated the word but maybe not also the trend. If you see pics from landmark festivals like Woodstock 50+ years ago, there's a lot of fringing fashion in there indeed. That, in turn, was borrowed perhaps from "Western" movies with cowboys and "Indians" ("First Nations" as they are called nowadays in North America). Which, perhaps, shows the true origins of the trend. 20+ years ago in a Mohawk (Iroquois tribe) store south of Montreal, I thought if I ever got rich I would dress myself from top to bottom only from stores like that. The whole fashion inside looked pretty much like the upper part of the block heels in the above pics. I don't know how comfortable they are for festivals, and sure I do remember drunk teenagers torturing their feet on high heels, then walking bare-feet among glass shards on High Street in Galway but you know better, Bec. I, for one, am gonna see The Who, 23rd June, 3 Arena in Dublin, most likely still in my sport shoes. Hopefully, a new pair, at last, until then. The current one, still from Penney's in the Eyre Square Shopping Centre, is about to wear out. It was the longest lasting so far in Eire, almost as old as my job: 4 months. Anything else I could afford buying there before and using on nearly 15 kms back and forth daily walks wore out between 1 week and 3 months.

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