New & Trending: the Long Fringe Poncho

Published September 14th, 2016 by Emily Roberts


For those who draw inspiration from the streets and runways of fashion week there's always a dilemma: how do you adopt these dramatic pieces and make them work in your everyday life? 

And if you're looking for clothing you can feel good about—clothes that are ethically made and eco-friendly—then taking on the latest trends can be even more difficult. Fast fashion is only too willing to oblige with the latest styles, but do you really want them knowing the environmental and human impact? 

For all you devotees of fair trade and organic fashion, we'll be featuring some of our favorite on-trend styles. Just keep an eye on our blog, and tweet us your own ideas, favs and feedback: @indigenous.

Heading the list of trends we love is the long fringe poncho. If you have never owned a poncho, let us convert you. Ponchos are easy wear, inherently chic, and ultra comfortable. This key transseasonal piece is perfect for adding over any amount of layers. Our attention was caught by dramatically long fringe spotted on the streets of fashion week, as well as runways. 

Womens long fringe poncho in gray | fashion week street trend

Our own Chic Fringe Poncho stays true to the drama, while recognizing that modern women need fashion that's wearable (and trip hazard free). We kept the knit chunky, and added tassels that hang down from the neck; use your imagination to style them anyway you please. Best of all, this poncho is artisan-knit from a warm, soft blend of organic cotton and free range alpaca.

Womens eco friendly Chic Fringe Poncho in gray | Indigenous

Looking for your own eco-friendly poncho? New fall ponchos have just arrived >

Or shop all new fall styles >

womens chic fringe poncho | eco friendly giftWomens chic fringe poncho with long tassels | Indigenous

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