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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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Soloman and Jewett include a glossary sure to be helpful to less experienced readers, but they might have been a bit more specific (a paillette is different from a sequin because of the placement of the hole) and proof-read more carefully (David Rodger, not Rodgers, is familiar to all TD&T readers).
Look for a dress with bold circular paillettes (spangles) in a bright gem colour to really make a statement.
The other Lena, Lena Headey, was an equal miss with a gothic black Armani Prive gown with black paillettes.
Making a scrunchie statement, while in Cambodia at the Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment Policy Dialogue, she upgraded her usual cotton style to evening-ready metallic paillettes.
Carey, whose mum Nano is from Llandeilo, wore a gown made of silver and gold metal paillettes.
Smaller sequins are easier to wear and less rigid on curvy figures than the bigger paillettes.
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Dresses with sculptural puff sleeves and gravity-defying epaulettes, plunging V-necklines and low-slung waists were awash in sequins: Irregular stripes and patches of blinding mint green, tangerine, flamingo paillettes covered every square inch (centimeter).
There are combinations of 'animalier' prints, 'dentelle' lace, all in nude or black embroidered with paillettes, swarovksi crystals, silk knits and details in antiqued metal.
I cannot imagine them without this attire, which on festive occasions can be red and green and accompanied by paillettes at the edge.