If there is one fabric that has retained its position-of-vogue since the 70s, it is georgette fabric. The Bollywood beauty... Read More
If there is one fabric that has retained its position-of-vogue since the 70s, it is georgette fabric. The Bollywood beauty of the ’70s sported sarees, Kurtis, stoles, and headscarves of georgette both in prints and solid. Though the style has got a makeover, the fabric has held fast to its numero uno spot as women’s fancy wear. Georgette is named after the dressmaker from France named Georgette de la Plante who created it using yarns that are highly twisted. Its crinkly surface is its main characteristic and even though it is not lustrous, it carries a flowing bouncy look. The material is the preferred one for clingy dresses and popular because of its lightweight and this fabric will not create a bulky dress, making it an ideal choice for all women who love to look slim. Try them for making lehengas, Anarkali, gowns, and dresses. Its dyeable quality ensures you of getting the right shade you have in mind. Let its style and class round off the right kind of finish to your garment.