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The actor and 30 Seconds to Mars singer arrived with his band wearing a blue and green sequin Gucci cape over a high collar shirt patterned with flowers.
A shoe lover’s dream, the largest wall is dedicated to a gallery of heels and boots in everything from pink sequins and feathers to a rainbow of sky-high heels organized by color.
But the familiar sights and sounds of the parade — the sequin leotards, the rumbling snare drums, the sweet scent of barbecue wafting from backyard grills — were overshadowed Saturday by the parade's grand marshal.
Mary Looney came ready for a birthday party in a light blue dress suit and one of her favorite white hats with sequins and rhinestones.
Next up, a tuxedo shirt with an intricate sequin bib, a pattern of blue, black, tan, and white stripes and zig-zags.
The sequins on the ruby slippers, for example, have cracked, and their vibrant red has faded.
Back in September the pair attended Kanye West’s Saint Pablo show in New York donning matching standout silver sequin dresses, with an identical open back detail.
The swirling shapes of her work were rendered in sequins and crystals on a series of evening dresses in bronzy rose and ivory colors.
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Origin and Etymology of sequin
First Known Use: 1617See Words from the same year
SEQUIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sequin for English Language Learners
: a small piece of shiny metal or plastic that is sewn onto clothes as a decoration
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