Royal Tassels: Tribal Bellydance Belts & Festival Tasseled Skirts

Traditionally worn low on the hip, our hand-wrapped silk tassel belts are a favorite of tribal belly dancers!  With amazing color & movement, it’s no surprise to see them turned into festival tasseled skirts, too!

Tribe Nawaar's royal tassel belts in an ATS® bellydance costumeAs Tribal Bellydance Belts

Whether you are an American Tribal Style® belly dancer, tribal fusion dancer or a folkloric dancer, you have probably been a long time fan of the great movement and color in our Royal Tassel Belts. These nicely weighted silk tassels are hand wrapped and beaded. They accent all the bounce and sway we, as bellydancers, are so well known for.

Traditionally worn low on the hip, the tassels pop with hip locks and flow with undulations making them ideal for performances. Great detailing in the wrapping, beading and belt are are apparent from close up. The large size and rich colors of the tassels also make them ideal for large stages. Helpful when you need to be seen from a distance.

Used in this example: royal tassel belt, wine sari trim skirt, 25 yard teal cupcake skirt and a black lace choli top with a tribal coin bra.

 


Tribe Nawaar's royal tassels worn as a festival skirtAs Festival Tasseled Skirts

Another great way to wear our Royal Tassels are as festival skirts, as seen on Perrie Edwards in Little Mix’s ‘Power’ video. Sassy, fun and funky they are great at festivals, concerts and clubs and are sure to get you noticed.  Recreate Perrie’s look with this ‘Steal Her Style’ post.

Used in the festival look to the right: royal tassel belt, black rosehips skirt, black halter top, Thai etched flower drop necklace, Kuchi head jewelry and one of our traditional tribal bracelets.

 


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Create Your Own Look

Whether you are wearing them as tribal tassel belts or festival tasseled skirts, I am sure you’ll love them for years to come. All of us here at Tribe Nawaar would love to see how you wear yours!  Share your pictures with us on Facebook.

~Jennifer

 

Text & images © 2002- 2017 Tribe Nawaar, Content written by Jennifer Secrist Goran of Tribe Nawaar. If found elsewhere, either in pieces or in entirety, it has been stolen from our site.

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