Black for Spring: Aztec Print and Fringe

It’s back to an all black look today.  I personally love an all black look for evening and don’t see why anyone should stop wearing it in the spring and summer.

Pants:  Target (old)
Fringe top:  Wet Seal (Sold out on-line; See here)

Again, the key to incorporating so much black into the
warmer seasons is to keep the fabrics lightweight and to add prints or
other design elements that are more typically associated with spring and

The sheer top and lightweight pants are perfect for warm
weather.  Fringe is a MAJOR trend for spring 2014, and the print on the
top has an easy summer feel.

Ring: (Similar here)

My blog profile pic notwithstanding, I’m not someone who likes showing a lot of midriff, but the fringe makes tummy baring a little easier here.  It’s covered while not concealing.

For my own comfort level, I would pair a black or beige tank underneath this top as I did here.

Heels:  Target (Available here)

For those of you who are a little more daring, the top looks great with just a bra as well.

Clutch:  Vintage

 A red clutch and sparkly jeweled bangle from Ixora Boutique add fun pops of color!

Bangle:  Ixora Boutique (Currently sold out; See here)
Necklace:  Ixora Boutique (Currently sold out; See here)

 Do you plan on taking part in the fringe trend for spring?  Would you wear a sheer top?

For this top in another look, see here.
For these pants in other outfits, see here, here, here, and here.

Author: Cassie

I'm the owner/publisher of Style Cassentials, a curvy and petite gal OBSESSED with fashion and strong believer in making clothes work for YOU! I love sharing advice on all things fashion, especially shopping and fit tips!

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  1. This is SO cute, love that top dearly!! xo Sarah (

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  2. Somebody's ready for warmer weather. Also, someone's ready to embrace it with a very nice outfit. You certainly show some bravery with any sort of midriff-baring looks. Nice pumps you're wearing. In addition, yet another very pretty close-up of you. Great stuff, Cassandra!

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