Recent Examples of sequin from the Web
Seen on many of the runways at the recent New York Fashion Week were super-shiny materials, including head-to-toe sequins, metallic finishes and fabrics that looked dipped in lacquer.
Plus, her sequin dress was straight from the now-available collection.
Hare alters and reinvents vintage clothing, handbags, jewelry, shoes and more with custom lettering, embroidering, sequins, patches and more.
Wearing sequin flares and a bustier top by Halpern, Amal's shimmery ensemble was perfectly retro.
As Marc Jacobs's guest, Cyrus wowed in a backless, sequin number by the designer.
Real estate offices decorated the bras that featured flags, mermaid styles and even a Wonder Woman themed bra in puffs of feathers, sequins and glitter.
Its earthy colors are seen in a green tufted ottoman and couch topped with rainbow polka dot and sequin pillows.
To look the part, guests are asked to wear warm or dark colors and should avoid light colors, white, logos, and sequins, according to the Grand Ole Opry.
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