Tassel Time

A look at the latest trend taking over our closets.

Lauren Bell - August 2017

Tassel Time

A look at the latest trend taking over our closets.

Lauren Bell - August 2017


Looking for a simple way to elevate your wardrobe? The tassel is this season’s go-to embellishment, effortlessly taking any outfit from bleak to chic. Long gone are the days of only seeing tassels on graduation caps or your grandmother’s curtains. This fun fashion add-on is hanging—literally—on everything from handbags and apparel to jewelry and footwear.

Tassel scarf ($20) at Wee Chic. -David Colwell
Single strand headed necklace ($42) at South Moon Under. -David Colwell
Kate Spade Spice Things Up camel case ($428) at Handbags in the City. -David Colwell
Beaded choker ($64) at Katwalk Boutique. -David Colwell
Sondra Roberts clutch ($78) at Trillium Ltd. -David Colwell
Shiraleah Sandal Sandal ($48) at Katwalk Boutique. -David Colwell
Cream tassel earrings ($18) at Hunting Ground. -David Colwell
Cleobella kimono ($189) at Katwalk Boutique. -David Colwell
Bracelet ($15) at Brightside Boutique. -David Colwell




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