paillette


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paillette

In decorative work, a bit of metal or colored foil used to obtain a jeweled effect.
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Many of the pages are filled with illustrations, and those images are such carefully photographed details that the reader can count the number of sequins, paillettes, and pearls adorning the garments.
KGB white piped bikini top with paillette tassel bottom, $47 and $39, Swim Mart; positive/negative hoop earring, $12, Swim City: vintage parasol, $85, Nifty Nic Nacs of Venice.
Bureau Veritas has announced the appointment of Paillette Palaiologou as its new Marine Marketing and Sales Director within the Marine and Offshore Operating Group.
Gaming chips ($100, $5,000 and $25,000 chips) valued at $1 million are securely encased in layers of tulle squares strategically incorporated into the design of the corset to create an exquisite, eye-catching paillette effect.
If you have a spare EUR6,925 then I urge you to buy Balmain's stunning paillette pants, if not, them check out the following.
Left: Rifat Ozbek designs sequined paillette cocktail ensemble with open peek-a-boo shoulder sleeve.
Imagine, avec WebEx, je peux rencontrer tous mes designers de robes favoris pour discuter des croquis avant d'arreter mon choix sur une paillette ravissante," a mentionne RuPaul.
Paula se convirtio en el centro de todas las miradas con el look mas original y sexy de la noche, un mono de Michael Costello, con paillettes en oro y plata en tejido elastico, con gran escote, y una sobrefalda que se ataba como un cinturon.
x The issue isn't the gold paillettes, so much the size of them.
Depending on your dazzle level, they range from microscopic to disc-like paillettes.