soutache

noun
sou·​tache | \sü-ˈtash \

Definition of soutache 

: a narrow braid with herringbone pattern used as trimming

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The gold-cord soutache embroidery that, at first glance, gave tuxedos, track suits and jumpsuits a bold, bandleader feel created skeleton-like outlines on their wearers. Adam Tschorn, latimes.com, "It's haute harlequins and ringmaster chic at Moschino's circus-themed Burbank runway show," 13 June 2018

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First Known Use of soutache

1848, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for soutache

French, from Hungarian sujtás

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