Take inspiration from Margot Robbies tassel necklace

The Tassel is the only crafted ornament that has lasted throughout history. In its early form it was loose ends of yarn tied together and used to adorn clothing, uniforms, furniture and interior accessories such as curtains and cushions. Tassels were very often worn as a status symbol and tassel wearing dates back to the 14th century.

Today, the tassel is still going strong as a beautiful and very wearable fashion item. Margot Robbie brought the tassel back into full focus with her stunning tassel necklace at the Academy Awards this week. The necklace, designed by Van Cleef and Arpels, was originally created for the Duchess of Windsor and is valued at £1.5 million. Seeing Margot’s necklace reminded us how fabulous and versatile the tassel can be. We were inspired to make our own tassel jewellery, at a fraction of the price, but equally high on style, using this elegant cord. Choose from a wide range of colours with dark and elegant shades such as marsala and navy blue, through to light and pretty pastels.

Margot Robbie Stuns at the Academy Awards

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Bringing tassels back into focus with this Van Cleef and Arpels

Beaded tassels from Tiffany & Co.


Tiffany & Co. Black Onyx Tassel necklace from the Ziegfeld collection, set in sterling silver