Definition of sequined
: ornamented with or as if with sequins
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Inspired by the sequined eyes at Ashish’s spring 2016 show, makeup artists Rebecca Perkins and Leah London rush to complete a jeweled-eye look in under three minutes.
Design your monogram onto the center of the board with the sequined trim, and use a hot glue gun to affix it to the center of the board.
The video is followed by a live musical interlude by a singer wearing a sequined black minidress and knee-high gladiator sandals.
A glittery metallic jacket, worn on the shoulders, is stylish and edgy — a great option for those looking to add a little sparkle to their outfits while avoiding the potentially Golden Girls-in-Atlantic City-esque look of sequined outerwear.
Initially, Dalvin said, the label wanted the group to dress up in suits—sequined suits like Guy.
Mother Diana was the surprise guest and would hit the stage in an equally dramatic black sequined robe and tulle cape number later.
Over the course of his life, Kennedy enjoyed lavish birthday celebrations, the most famous being a Democratic fundraising bash at Madison Square Garden on May 19, 1962, when a sequined Marilyn Monroe breathily purred Happy burrthday, Mr. President.
After more than two months of grueling dance rehearsals and sequined costumes, season 24 of Dancing With the Stars came to a close on Tuesday night (May 23).
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