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This sheer ivory silk organza features a delicate floral pattern which imitates lace weave. The white print has been applied by hand and feels a little bit rough on the face side, leaving the reverse side as smooth as organza can be. Airy, yet strong, it offers a pleasantly crisp feel.
Silk organza is a sheer, thin fabric constructed in a plain weave. It is lightweight and crisp and has a characteristic wiry finish. This stiff fabric is woven with a medium to high yarn count is made of silk and other fibers. An organza dress is often an item of eveningwear or bridal apparel. In terms of color, there is nothing like white organza fabric for making a voluminous bridal dress or a veil. Its surface is semi-sheer or transparent, with mystical silvery sheen. Prone to crushing, it is easily pressed. Organza is produced in China and India. Italy and France offer this fabric in deluxe quality.
The origins of the word 'organza' are yet to be established. It might be named after Italian ‘organzino’, French ‘organsin’ or ‘organdi’, which means “a kind of fine silk twisted in order to increase its strength’’. Gold and floral organza fabrics are among top 10 fashion trends.
Italian organza fabric is an exquisite finely-woven cloth with a stiff feel. Coming from such iconic brands as Ruffo Coli, Carnet and Binda, it is available in various qualities: silk organza, metallic organza, organza cloque, fil coupe organza, jacquard organza. It also differs in terms of design and is produced in solid colors and prints. Solids basically come in pastel shades, except metallic organza. Printed Italian organza is about floral, abstract and geometric prints, all so in vogue in the upcoming fashion season.
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All fabrics on our website are priced by the running meter. The term "running meter" or "linear meter" is used in the fabric industry.
To convert meters to yards, use the conversion factor 0.9144. In other words,
1 Yard = 0.9144 Meters
1 Metre = 1.0936 Yards