4 Ways To Wear Fringe Belts To Work | Befitting Week

Fringe is often chosen for fun looks worn when hanging out. I believe fringe should also be worn to work. With fall fringes being all the rage this season, there are many different types of fringe accessories. Fringe necklaces and earrings tend to be worn quite often but what about the fringe belt? A fringe belt adds a little sass to any look. If the look is plain, add a fringe belt and if your look is already fabulous, a fringe belt can take it to the next level of fabulousity! Here are 4 ways to rock a fringe belt when going to work.

If you’re one to opt for a pencil skirts quite often while getting ready for work, then pair it with a belt featuring medium length fringes. There are fringe belts that are the length of a pencil skirt but this one is a bit more subtle. Be sure to tuck in your striped navy blue and orange button down, allowing the belt to be the main piece of the look.



This fringe belt will be very easy for anyone to wear because it’s much more simple with its tiny feather metal fringes hanging from the blue leather that holds it all together. Grab a light brown high waist culotte and pair it with a peplum top. Be sure to place the belt right at the center of your midriff (should be where the peplum begins). Don’t forget to grab your blue printed bag and shoes.



Keeping it simple with black, white and prints, pair this black suede fringe belt with a floral printed top and bag. Placing this belt right where the pencil skirt begins will definitely accentuate your waistline.



If you’re not really into a full fringed belt, try one featuring the detail on just one side of the belt. This leather belt with suede fringes will be sure to exude great poise as you pair it with this high waist suede pants as well as a cream and brown pussy bow top. Nothing says fall more than a khaki and brown tote bag that is very reminiscent of fluffy knitted sweaters. If you are obsessed with browns and greens for the fall, then this look is definitely for you.



Let me know which belted fringe look you would prefer to wear to work?

Have a Befitting Week!

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38 Thoughts to “4 Ways To Wear Fringe Belts To Work | Befitting Week”

  1. Yes! I’ve been wanting to wear fringe but aside from a fringed bag, I wasn’t sure how to make it work appropriate. Love this!

    1. Thanks! Now you have a fringe belt as an option 🙂

  2. Cute! I don’t think I could pull off a fringe belt but I love the looks you put together!

  3. very interesting pattern and color combinations but very nice and chic looking options.

  4. Love the last outfit style and those colours!

  5. I am so obsessed with fringe! I love your post. This helps give me ideas as to what I can wear with all my fringe..thanks!

  6. Fringe leather belts are very sexy when it is being put on. It gives that shaky type of wiggling and fletty. I love the first fringe leather belt that is more pronounced. Always love you Oyin. God bless. Amen.

  7. What great outfits! I love the fringe belt with the pencil skirt!

  8. I’m totally into fringe and if it’s back I’m thrilled and horribly out of touch! This makes me want to shop!

  9. The fringe belts are adorable, but I haven’t quite gotten into them myself yet. Your posts gives me some great ideas though! 🙂

  10. These are so fun! I’d certainly try one out but my cat would most likely try to attack it.

  11. I never thought of wearing a fringe belt that much before but I’m loving the different ways you paired it with these outfit combos!

  12. omg how fab are those belts??? I have one from years ago… looks like I need to dust it off!


    1. Yes! Dust it off and bring it out!

  13. blair villanueva

    I will try to rock a fringe belt, i never tried before.

  14. Imaobong

    Never seen this kind of a fringe belt before but it’s really pretty and I like the color too!

  15. Wow, this is so cool. Happy to see fringes in vogue. Love this. I am going to treat myself to some of this. Thank you for the great recommendations 🙂

  16. I actually like the color combinations thats going on here. Perfect.

  17. So cool, love how you have made them work so well!

  18. I’m kind of embarrassed to admit This but, this is actually my first time seeing a fringe belt. They’re so cute!

    1. Don’t be embarrassed. At least now you’ve seen it 🙂

  19. I don’t know if I could make this work for me, but I’ve seen a few people wear this to work and it looks great! Maybe I just need to learn how to accessorize better!

    1. I’m always featuring many ways to accessorize. Thanks for reading and I hope my posts helps.

  20. OMG! I’m loving the way you styled these fringe belts. Now I’m inspired to go get me one!

  21. I love these fringe belts! Usually when I wear fringe its more in my purse or shoes but now I’ll have to try belts!

  22. Those are such cute looks! I love the fringe belts they are such fun trends right now!

  23. nicole

    This outfits look amazing ! I don’t know if I would add a fringe belt to my regulars.

  24. These fringe belts are to die for! I especially like the last one with the side fringe. It’s so cute!


  25. I love fringe belts! They are so stylish! Your post looks great 🙂 Fantastic job!

    Beth || http://www.TheStyleBouquet.com

  26. When you style them like this it’s easy to see how fringe belts can make an outfit otherwise I usually stay clear of them

  27. These are great looks. I love the fringe trend and you’ve really did a great job utilizing it.

  28. Thanks so much for the tips, I’m always on the lookout for simple ways to update my wardrobe so really appreciate this.

    1. You welcome. Glad I can help.

  29. That second belt could literally become my best friend. lol I love everything about it and because it’s neutral I could pair it with a LOT.

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