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The Wedding Tassel Trend



By Richa

The tiny tassel tale: They are so colourful yet so subtle, so spunky yet so simple and add that hip n happening look to your attires, hanging in all its glory with the thought - let’s have a little tassel talk!

When it comes to bridal fashion, it’s all in the details and tassels have to be our favourite little detail that look super chic. A plain ombre lehenga with the funkiest tassels can be the perfect mehendi outfit, and a traditional bridal lehenga with offbeat tassels can give edge to a contemporary bride and people would be boggled by their style and colour! We picked out the coolest latkans that are in the market – from cutouts to fringes to pearls.

Tassels are quite literally hanging almost everywhere we look, from bags and shoes, to clothes. Let’s discuss the various types of tassels which are really popular these days!

The classic pom poms:
These fat pom pom balls sashaying from a beautiful girl’s waist is pretty much the norm now, and if it were up to us- all the pom poms would be in a contrasting colour to the lehenga to stand out. Or imagine a matching pom pom tassels with the saree – it would add a texture to the look and pull together the look.

Colorful thread tassels: You can make a tassel out of just about anything - yarn, needlepoint thread, and even humble packing twine. The only limit is your imagination. Fibers with lots of texture, such as lace-weight mohair, yield full, soft, fuzzy tassels. If you want casual sophistication, opt for a rustic plant fiber, such as linen or fique. A sport-weight wool-silk yarn makes a luxurious, more tailored tassel with an elegant drape. Use thinner fibers, such as silk or cotton embroidery floss, for smaller tassels.

Bird tassels: Perfect for wedding dress or tops, dresses, Indian wedding trousseau and even home decor, etc. They are so unique and would add spunk to any attire.

Ghunghroo ki chan-chan: Ghunghroo’s are not just tied up to feet anymore; we recently spotted a plain lehenga with tassels as ghungroo bangles. Four chunky bangles and just a plain skirt gave the most striking effect ever and was the perfect mehendi outfit on a budget. If going for just the ghunghroos the pair them up with pastel hues – gold and silver ghungroos really give it a very kaleere-ish feel. So new, so chic! Who needs embroidery when you have tassels?

Gotta tassle: The cute little inverted umbrellas made of gotta are uber chic!

Mirror work tassels: Oversized mirror work or cloth balls of mirror work which resonates zari substances like feel will look gorgeous. Love!

Pearl tassels: Add pearl additions to regular ones to give it a dreamy vibe – the more pearls, the better!

Cut-out tassels: Cut out a beautiful shape and embellish it, you can try big square, circle or a triangle, then add any work on it – mirror, antique, zardosi. Good fun!

Big motifs of stone work: Stone work tassels with big motifs and intricate patterns with dangling bells just add to the whole charm of the tassels!

Flowers with pom poms: Take all that sheer extra cloth from your dupatta and make little flowers out of it and add a few pom poms for that dramatic effect!

Fringe tassels: Add fringes midway between the usual ball tassels to add volume and texture to your look.

Cloth tassels: Cloth tassels might come across as boring usually but not here – you can make them with colourful cloth or go sheer to add glamour and style!

Velvet tassels: Velvet tassels look so cool with their bight yet suave colour shades!

Quirky tassels: Bicycle tassels, Crochet tassels, leather tassels or feathery tassels – the only limit is just your imagination.



THE WAYS IN WHICH ONE CAN STYLE THESE FUN TASSELS…

  • At the side of a lehenga.
  • At the back of the blouse, in thick waves.
  • Hang the tassel necklace around your neck
  • The footwear tassel
  • The saree tassels
  • Tassels on suit – they can be beautifully used on the back, side, or dupatta of the suit, which would fully accentuate the style and the look of the attire.

Thus there are various types and ways to wear the tassels; it really accentuates the style of the attires with equal panache and charm. The tassels which just produce an enigmatic effect, gives a sound of ringing in the ears when you move and the overall appearance of the dress changes as you add these small and amazing substances!

 

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