Fringe has been popping up all over the place this season. Mainly you see it on retro '80s, retro bohemian t-shirts but I've also seen it appear on skirts and shorts. Now I don't have a problem with fringe per se, but it seems that whenever fringe skirts try to venture out of cocktail hour and the boudoir and into casual wear that's where things get dicey. (Unless you're Beyonce; she can wear anything.) Especially if designers decide fringe is new and doable if it's short.
Because here's the thing: fringe skirts can look really cute. Or they can look like...
Sasquatch crotch! Da da da DUN! I mean, let's face it there's always something questionable about putting too much fuzz near the fuzz.
When confronted by an angry platypus, try these simple safety tips: 1) tuck and roll, 2) play dead, 3) stop dating her.
So the commercial wants you to USE the product not just go for the short shorts look.
Carnivorous Tribbles take over fashion industry. Models under mind control. Proceed with caution.
"Oh my god, it was so embarrassing! It was that time of the month and I forgot to TUCK IN THE STRING!"
You ladies know what I'm talking about.
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