sequined

adjective
se·​quined | \ˈsē-kwənd \
variants: or sequinned

Definition of sequined 

: ornamented with or as if with sequins

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Phelps posted her experience on Instagram two days ago, along with a photo of herself with the cup from a pump peeking out of a sequined top. Meredith Cohn, baltimoresun.com, "Nicole Phelps takes up the cause of normalizing breastfeeding and pumping in public," 25 May 2018 In Venezuela, competing comes at a high price: Elaborate sequined gowns and pricey cosmetic surgeries are out of reach for most in a country where inflation is running in the five digits and state workers earn about $3 a month. Washington Post, "In embattled Venezuela, beauty offers ladder out of poverty," 6 July 2018 Like Elvis' popped collars, Michael Jackson's sequined glove, or Mercedes' famous badge, true legends have signature looks. Casey Williams, chicagotribune.com, "Toyota sheds boring stigma with 'sexy' sedan, edgy crossover," 9 Aug. 2017 Not to mention, a high-beam glow that rivaled her sparkling sequined stage costumes and the strobe lights that flickered around her. Lauren Valenti, Vogue, "In Honor of the New Donna Summer Musical, the Disco Icon’s 11 Best Beauty Looks," 23 Apr. 2018 That concert reunited Elvis Presley and his sequined pelvis (via video screen) flanked on both sides by in-the-flesh members of his TCB Band who had performed with him on his 1970s concert tours. Howard Cohen, miamiherald, "He's been dead for 30 years. But he's coming in concert to South Florida," 10 July 2018 For the special occasion, Blake wore a sequined Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit with a bright red sash and Lorraine Schwartz drop earrings—a nod to her husband's character, Deadpool's signature colors. Marina Liao, Marie Claire, "Here Are Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds Looking Incredibly Cute at the 'Deadpool 2' Premiere," 15 May 2018 Whether she's wrapped up in layers of vampy leather or wearing nothing but a sequined unitard, Bella knows how to make heads turn on the red carpet. Erica Gonzales, Harper's BAZAAR, "Bella Hadid Is Clearly Here to Slay at the Met Gala," 7 May 2018 Oakland resident Jasmine Culp, 36, painted her lips blue and dressed in a sparkling golden sequined dress, sash, and blue-gold feather accessories to attend the parade with her three children, Jonavon, Jewel, and Cypher. Washington Post, "Oakland again celebrates NBA champion Warriors," 12 June 2018

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First Known Use of sequined

1894, in the meaning defined above

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