Fashion Come back: Fringe and Tassel

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The idea of wearing fringe and tassel has come a long way since Woodstock in the 1960's. From red carpet couture to bohemian fashion, these two styles are getting love from every corner of the fashion industry. So, in honor of these fabulous fashion come backs - we have put together looks to inspire your inner fashionista!  

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Coachella Inspired



 Fringe Crop Top // Bohemian Maxi Skirt // Baublebar Tassel earrings // Ray-Ban Aviator Sunglasses //
Strappy Leather Ankle Boots

Charleston Inspired

Lilly Pulitzer Tassel Infinity Scarf // Fringe Cross Body Purse // Miu Miu White Sunglasses // Kendra Scott Andy Bracelet // White Jack Rogers // Blue and white shift dress

Soho Inspired

Namast'ay In Bed Tank Top // Zara Stripped Blazer // Distressed Shorts // Converse Shoes // Sunglasses // Ralph Lauren Fringe Boho Bag // Watch // Kate Spade Gold Bangle

Hampton's Inspired

Monogrammed Derby Hat // Sunglasses // Floral Clutch // Tassel Statement Earrings // Tory Burch Flats // Top // Michael Kors Gingham Skirt

Boho Chic Inspired


 Bohemian kimono // Kendra Scott Tassel Necklace // Rag and Bone Distressed shorts // Metallic Espadrille // Tassel Clutch // Monogrammed Tassel bracelet
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Now, imagine a world without a little fringe and tassel--Boring, right? Even worse, our favorite brands like Kendra Scott  and Free People may have never been born into existence. These two design elements alone have created a successful brand for designers such as these- brands we know and love.

So, let us all take a second and thank those fancy sequins head pieces and daisy dancing hippies for a fashion staple that has evolved over the years into a fashion trend we can't resist!

Which of these looks is your closet screaming to have? Personally we want them all!

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