Tassles and more tassles for your wedding

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  • Photo: Andrew Yee
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    • Photo: Lara Bohing & PoVintage
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Since tassles first appeared, they have never really been out of fashion with all of their many uses and different styles. They’re associated with the far east, but also with beautiful flappers of the 1920s, hippies and even Spanish flamenco dancers with their elaborate dresses and mantillas.

Now a popular trend in bridal wear, we want to show you this cute gallery dedicated to the marvellous tassle.

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