Fringe Accessory

Always on the hunt for that perfect statement piece, it was only after seeing Taylor Tomasi Hill @ MBFWA Sydney Australia Fashion week 2012, that my DIY Fringe Accessory inspiration peaked.


  • Old or cheap t-shirt
  • Scissors
  • Stich unpicker


Step 1: Lay your t-shirt out flat (& in my case remove the front knot).

Step 2: Make a small incision at the base of the t-shirt and glide scissors up to the neck hole with a firm hold.

Step 3: Repeat step 2 for the entire front length of the t-shirt at your desired spacing.

Step 4: Unpick the clothing tag and cut any excess material from the back.

Step 5: Check the length and trim if required.

TIPS: Play with lengths, colours, dip dyes, or add some cascading chains …

(DIY Fringe, H&M Black Singlet, Cheap Monday Jeans, Tony Bianco ‘Karissa’ Shoes, Aldo Clutch)

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