Fringe trim is considered as a textile trim which is attached or stitched onto garments, specifically western attires. Fringes are used in making evening gowns, short dresses and other western outfits more stylish. Historically unspun wool was used to create fringe trims but modern fringes are made from wool, silk, leather, velvet, rayon etc. Apart from apparels, fringe trims are used in designing cushion covers, sofa covers, ladies handbags, footwear etc.
Not only on western outfits but fringe trims can also be stitched onto traditional wear, such as sarees, dupattas and kurtas, making these look much more appealing, elegant and eye-catching.
Available in different dimensions, fringe trims are used to change the look of plain jackets, cardigans, sweaters, boots, ballerinas, hats and lots more.
These are largely demanded across the globe for interior decoration purposes; fringe trims are perfect to add charm to a simple table cloth, drapes, pillow covers, bed-covers and lot more.
Fringes also find usage in various Indian religious ceremonies and festivals. These are used for decorating idols, pooja thalis etc.
Fringe trims : Availability and maintenance
Fringes are available in different patterns, finishes, lengths and dimensions.
Fringe trims are available in multiple colors and can also be customized as per the specific requirements of clients.
Fringe trims are durable & tear proof and can be washed using hands and in machine as well.
Fringe trim: Types and other details
Bullion fringe trim – It generally contains threads of silver or gold. Modern bullion fringe trims vary widely in texture, width and make.
Campaign fringe trim - It consists of small, bell like tassels on the edges. These are often made from silk and look beautiful when attached to garments and home decor items.
Thread fringe trim- It is untwisted and unbraided loose warp threads, perfect for making light and flowing designs on dresses and other materials that look cool and trendy.
Leather fringe trim- These fringes are perfect for ladies sling bags, wristbands, knee-high boots and rustic looking jackets.