Recent Examples of appliqué from the Web
In addition to standard cranial protection, the IHPS includes a mandible, visor, night vision goggle attachment device, rails and a modular ballistic applique.
Twenty-five bras -- bedazzled, feathered, glittered, adorned with all sorts of appliques and accoutrements -- stood out from a crowd that itself wasn't shy in attire.
Florence Eiseman made dresses in European styles with appliques.
Her work involved embroidery, fabric applique and stitched captioning.
Her signature appliques shaped like kittens and flowers (for girls), boats and trains (for boys) manage to be smart, not saccharine.
Covered in sequence and beading flower appliques, Moore worked with dressmaker Pallas Couture to design the gown especially for her.
At the G-7 Summit in Italy, FLOTUS wore an eye-catching, $51,500 D&G coat covered with floral appliques.
The luxe leather sneaker, also available in a high-top version, allows for appliques to be attached and detached, creating dozens of new styles, including several that are seriously blinged-out.
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Origin and Etymology of appliqué
First Known Use: 1763See Words from the same year
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