By Amanda Gizzi

This Style File features some classic tassel shapes but also turns the spotlight to an evolution of the style--fringe.

Fringe is being found in earrings, necklaces and even hanging off cuffs and rings. It moves when the wearer moves and has a subtle, almost spellbinding motion that gets noticed.

Another bonus of fringe and tassels is that they feel good when worn. Here are a few standout styles to explore for winter and spring.

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