Why settle for a boring pair of heels when you can effortlessly jazz up your whole outfit with a fringe-embellished style? Reminiscent of ’70s fashion, fringe shoes and clothing can often deliver a fun retro look. With that in mind, we rounded up some of the cutest open-toed heels decorated with fringe on the market. Each option on our list comes in multiple colors to consider and features a lightly padded footbed to cushion your foot where you need it most. Ahead, read up on our picks and choose your favorite.
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1. Sam Edelman Aisha Dress Sandal
These sandals feature crisscross vamp straps, fringe-embellished toe straps, and a 3.5-inch heel. They’re made of soft genuine suede leather.
Pros: The adjustable ankle strap lets you fine-tune the fit. They come in a vibrant shade of orange, classic black, and a neutral grayish beige hue.
Cons: Some may find they run a tad small.
2. Vince Camuto Catinca Ankle Boot
Also featuring a suede upper, these peep-toe booties have a chunky 3.75-inch heel, an open back, and two ankle straps with fringe tassels.
Pros: A medial side zipper allows you to easily slip these on and off. They’re also available in two colors to choose from, black and mesa taupe.
Cons: The opening may feel a little big for smaller ankles.
3. XYD Open Toe Mules
This slip-on style featuring a synthetic suede upper and fringe-adorned vamp is equipped with a chunky heel measuring approximately 3.5 inches.
Pros: These come in a wide selection of bright colors including pink and purple as well as black, brown, and tan, metallic tones, and leopard print.
Cons: They might run a tad narrow.