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Satin is "the fabric" that dream dresses are made of due to the sheer beauty of the fabric and the flow of the pleats of the gown. The luxurious Satin fabric is also used to make a variety of accessories
Satin material has a rich feel and look, but it may be pretty tricky for tailors to work with since it keeps drifting away. Satin is possibly the most popular fabric when it comes to fashionable and beautiful women's clothing
Select the best one for your wedding gown: Silk chiffon, Drap (also known as silk cady), satin, and georgette are perfect for bridal gowns with soft, simplistic, flowing lines; duchess, taffeta, faille.
Embossing is the method of leaving a pattern on any cloth (or leather) by pressing it with a stamp or engraved rollers. Heat is generally used, and the fabric often includes a characteristic that aids in pattern retention; cotton, for example, is usually resin-coated.