On Pinterest a while ago, I saw cute plaid flannel top that had a sequined yoke (the part of the shirt on the back between the shoulders). After searching forever, I finally found that it was from Express. Unfortunately, Express no longer carries the top. But, with a little bit of craftiness, it’s not hard to make a sequined plaid shirt for yourself!
I recycled my fabric from some old leggings, but here’s some fabric I think would also work for the yoke.
It’s important to note that you want to cut your sequined fabric a little longer and wider than your pattern, so you can fold the edges in to give it a finished look. Where the yoke curves, it helps to cut little slits in the excess before folding it in so that it lays flat.