Origin of sequin
Examples from the Web for sequined
Back on the street with her nervous little dog and a dozen sequined dresses.
Long, column dresses in similar floral prints (accented with tassels and sequined bits) came next.
Sequined dresses were shown with long, thigh-grazing sweaters in dark, wintry colors.
Emma: I have three boxes full of sequined and tulle thingamajigs that go in my hair.How I Write Family Edition: Emma Straub & Peter Straub|Noah Charney|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Does she actually make the transition from sequined Barbie to leading lady?
She thrilled to the look, and the desert spirit made her screen her face from it, with a sequined gauze scarf which she wore.The Golden Silence|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
British Dictionary definitions for sequined
Word Origin for sequin
Word Origin and History for sequined
1610s, name of a former Italian and Turkish gold coin, from French sequin (17c.), from Italian zecchino, name of a Venetian coin, from zecca "a mint," from Arabic sikkah "a minting die." Meaning "ornamental disc or spangle" is first recorded 1882, from resemblance to a gold coin. Related: Sequined (1890).