Getting the perfect bang can be tricky. You’ve got to consider not only your hair texture, but also the shape of your face and your general styling routine. And just because bangs look great on Taylor Swift doesn’t mean you should start chopping. That’s why we’ve assembled this gallery of real girls with real bangs, so you can see what works on a variety of different faces before you go to town with a pair of scissors. Check out the myriad ways you can bang out above!
Whoa boy, these panties. Perhaps I just don’t live the kind of lifestyle that warrants fringed underwear. After all, underwear that accentuates the mons pubis isn’t for everybody. Or most people? On the upside, I suppose you don’t need to do much shaving and waxing when you wear these guys. [$32, Sugar Kitty Corsets]
Good bangs can make all the difference between having just-okay hair and a totally amazing ‘do. When “banging,” you really need to consider both the shape of your face and how you want your hair to interact with your cheekbones. Not every face can carry off every bang. Accordingly, we’ve provided some fringe inspiration to make sure that you get the most “bang” for your haircut buck.
Last week, we asked you to tell us the story of receiving your first set of keys in the hopes of winning an exclusive Linea Pelle Suede Fringe Key Chain. You all had some pretty awesome stories, but there can only be one winner. And she is … painted_lady! Read her comment and three honorable mentions after the jump. Keep reading »
Linea Pelle is known for creating luxury leather and suede belts, handbags, and other accessories the celebrities and fashion insiders love. The Alex Suede Vintage Fringe Mini purse caused quite a stir because the boho-chic remains a coveted look. However, that much fringe can be difficult to carry off for some women. That’s why we like the Linea Pelle Suede Fringe Keychain. It gives a small dose of bohemian style without turning the wearer into a modern-day hippie (not that there’s anything wrong with that). This keychain will add some glam-chic to your keys and help you find them in that cavernous bag of yours. What’s even better? This is an exclusive keychain that wasn’t sold in stores or online.
WIN THIS! We’re giving away one Linea Pelle Suede Fringe Keychain and pouch, but you have to work if you want it. In the comments, tell us about receiving your first set of keys by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010. We’ll pick our favorite response and announce the winner Friday, Oct. 15. You must live in the U.S. or Canada to win. (Read the official rules here.) Good luck!
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Wear these Bruno Frisoni fringe-covered heels, and your feet will look like members of the Addams Family. Keep reading to check out the black version, which features even longer “hair.” [Bruno Frisoni] Keep reading »
We saw black fringe swinging prettily as Agustina Lorenzo, 20, walked briskly across Avenida Santa Fe. We had to ask Agustina, an economics major, all about it. Turns out this porteña adds flair to a simple Ayres black shorts and white t-shirt combo—with some DIY fringe benefits. Kudos for showing initiative. And that adorbs red purse by Prune? Nice touch. Keep reading »
Maximum Fringe Necklace, $59, Supermarket
Hawaiian Bracelet, $85, Jennifer Elizabeth
Fringe is having a bit of a moment in accessories, and while the flapper look is quite chic on dresses, we’re torn over hairy-looking jewelry. The necklaces would be great statement pieces, though they might not hang very well on a busty chest. And the bracelets? We’re not sure we’d want a bunch of stuff dangling all over our hands; typing would be a challenge. Click through to see four more pieces of fringe jewelry and judge for yourself. Keep reading »