Further ornamentation with various accessories.

Garniture for women (and men) can also directly on your skin.
Nail polish and mascara (to color eyelashes and eyebrows) or makeup ( cosmetics) is adornment on the body that is not to be considered accessories. Just as tattoos.

Smart: wear eye shadow against the sun.

(Hand) bags, ties, gloves and headgear will not be considered. This is usually not used to dance.

danceaccessoiriesJewellery: jewels on the body: earrings, necklace, tiara, hair pin, bracelet, watch, ring, piercing, anklet, toe ring. Although a brooch (ornamental pin, fibula) is pinned on the outerwear, it is a jewel. Men also wear sometimes a decorative pin (e.g. of a club.) or a button.
For men, there are also tie-pins (to keep the tie in place) and cufflinks (loose decorative button to the end of the sleeves to close them.

Aigrette: adornment of feathers with pins or diadem fastened to the hair or a hat. It was Poiret who launched this ornament in the 20s.

Braces: are an accessory in men's fashion. They serve to keep pants when you are not wearing a belt. Braces (or suspenders) are sometimes used Y or - shaped X - shaped.

Scarf: neck shawl.

Hairpin: usually thin pin, with which hair is pinned up. Usually of metal, making it resilient, and a strand of hair firmly can be clamped between.

Hair ribbon, hair clip, tiara...: get them tight to dance.

Paillette: glittering metal or plastic plate for decoration of garments.

Collar pin: the points of the collar of a shirt, are connected via a rod (under the tie) with each other.

Belt: or waistband is usually a leather or plastic strap with a buckle that can be worn around the waist to prevent the sagging of pants or skirt. Is worn as jewelry in all materials, shapes, colors and sizes.

Stud: small metal pins that are attached to belts, bracelets, shoes and handbags as decoration.

Shoe lace tips

A anglet (or aiglet), is a hardened end of a shoelace that prevents fraying.
They used to be of metal (including silver), glass or stone, and were sometimes very decorative.

The original French name for lace is "aguillette" derived from "aguille", needle (from the Latin word "acus".

Have you forgotten the word? Just call it a tips, tuts... Still nobody who knows.