Most brides won't be lucky enough to walk into a bridal gown shop and find their dream gown waiting for them on the first mannequin they see.
Searching for the perfect wedding dress takes time, hard work, and patience.
While you search for the perfect dress, a little bit of knowledge about your fabric options will go a long way in making finding your dress easier. Here is some information that may help:
* Brocade features interwoven, raised designs, characterized by a satin weave background, using one or more fillings to create the motif or artwork within the fabric.
* Chiffon is a delicately sheer fabric with a simple weave. It is lightweight with a soft finish.
* Dotted Swiss is a sheer, very lightweight, muslin fabric embellished with raised dots, evenly spaced throughout.
* Eyelet Lace is identified with its small, unsymmetrical holes or perforations finished with a buttonhole stitch, often creating a floral pattern.
* Faille is a shiny, tightly woven fabric made of silk or rayon and has a crosswise rib effect.
* Moire is generally made of a polyester or silk taffeta patterned to glisten like water when seen in defused light.
* Point d'esprit is a polyester net with the yarns sewn together in such a way as to create a diamond pattern
* Polynet is the netting most often used to make yokes and sleeves. Schiffli embroidery is often found on this net and it is popular to attached beaded and sequined appliqués as well.
* Organza is a transparent, simply woven fabric with a reflective, crystal-like appearance.
* Satin is an opaque fabric, woven in a satin weave and features a smooth finish.
* Italian Satin is a heavier satin fabric, brimming with body, featuring an antique sheen.
* Taffeta is a popular wedding fabric, which may be used as either the lining or outer fabric of a gown. It will have either a matte or shiny finish and will be fairly stiff when used for the outer layer.
* Tulle is tiny, meshed net of a silk, cotton or synthetic fabric, usually found in layers, covering a full satin skirt.
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