Sequins are disk-shaped beads used for decorative purpose. Before now, they were made from shinny metals (sewing precious metals onto clothing is multi-functional – some see it as a status symbol) but now they are made from plastic. Sequins originally are made to reflect wealth and affluence and they are commonly used on clothing, jewelries, bags, shoes and many other accessories.
Sequin dresses give you an elegant look and it is a must have for every party lovers because it can never fail to give you the glamorous look you desire for that coming event. Sequins can be used to make different styles as some put it on their clothes as a form of embellishment, while some use it as a full dress material. The amazing thing about sequins is that they add a festive look to any outfit.
Sequin dresses come in handy when you are left with no option for that special occasion because special occasions are all about glitter and a bit of shine.
Though sequins have evolved over time from the shinny metals to the plastic ones, who knows what they will be made from in the future, the obvious thing is that they are here to stay. So shimmer, glitter, shine, and glow in your sequin dresses.
Since we want you to keep shimmering, glittering and shining…we’ve sourced some sequin dresses to help in accomplishing the glowing look for those special occasions.
Sparkle in a gold cape short dress
Make a statement in gold sleeveless jumpsuit
Cover it up in black high neck long sleeves dress
Shimmering is this gold sleeveless dress with side slits
Simple is this green square neck knee length dress
Classy is this gold halter neck dress with blue stone embroidery with side slit
Trendy is this champagne gold low back dress
Stylish is this black monostrap dress
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