sequin

[ US /ˈsikwən, ˈsikwɪn/ ]
[ UK /sˈɛkwɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. adornment consisting of a small piece of shiny material used to decorate clothing
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How To Use sequin In A Sentence

  • Rosie decides that a maternity fashion show highlighting her latest collection would be the perfect shower event because that is in no way a conflict of interest, and we soon learn the real motivation behind this choice -- a model casting montage in which LT wears a sequined capelet the color of Grimace from McDonaldland and tells the models to "serve and deliver. Una LaMarche: Pregnant in Heels Ep. 5: Serve and Deliver
  • You paired it with jungle red ankle boots and a gold, sequin skully cap. Rachel Kane: Prom Dresses You're Going to Regret
  • That penchant for dressing bald rats in sequins and leather is a different story altogether.
  • Descending downstairs feels like entering a 1970s vision of decadence – all red and gold sequinned drapes, geometric railings and carpeted walls. 10 of the best music venues in London
  • Detail embroidery, retro beadwork, sequins and lace add a touch of Hollywood glamour.
  • She was a spinning dynamo of sequins, hair and eyelashes.
  • Or at least it is on Saturday 5 March when reporters, newspeople, sports teams and reporters slip into sequins and top hats for a night of show time fun.
  • It could have called it a "sequin" or anything else, but it chose to call it a "dollar. Some reminiscences,
  • There were sequins of all kinds, embroideries and unique fringed fabrics.
  • Rio's Museum of Modern Art (MAM) has opened a major retrospective, "Carmen Miranda Forever" (through Jan. 22), with clips from her Hollywood hits and mounds of eyepopping bijouterie, sequined stage gowns and her patented tutti-frutti turbans. Icon: We Still Have Bananas
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