Lookbook By Fabric

  1. Satin
    Satin is a classic fabric with a distinctive shine and a smooth surface. Satin Fabric is the fabric of choice for many Christian brides; it is also suitable to make gorgeous, glossy party wear sarees, layered lehenga cholis, evening wear, anarkali suits and so on.
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  2. Organza
    Organza is a thin, plain weave, sheer fabric. It is used for bridal wear, evening wear and decoration. Any type of outfit like jackets, long dresses, anarkalis, suits, skirts and more can be made out of organza fabric.
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  3. Cotton
    Cotton is made from the soft fibers that grow around the seeds of the cotton plant. The fibers are spun into yarns to create a comfortable, breathable, machine washable fabrics that are the most widely used natural-fiber materials in the world.
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  4. Handloom
    Handloom is a loom that is manually operated, unlike motorized or electrically powered looms. It is an apparatus on which weavers create fabric by interlacing the warp and weft threads.
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  5. Muslin Cotton
    Muslin Cotton fabric is a rich cotton fabric. It can be used to make absolutely any kinds of garments. The nature of the fabric is soft and gives a elegant flow to the garment. This fabric is widely used in summers and for other casual occasions.
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  6. Raw Silk
    Raw Silk is a slightly nubby fabric with random flecks in a natural color. It has a somewhat rough texture and gentle drape. It is often used for clothing such as shirts, ties, blouses, formal dresses, high fashion clothes, lining, lingerie, pajamas, robes, salwar suits, kurtis and anarkalis. Silk's attractive lustre and drape makes it suitable for many furnishing applications.
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  7. Georgette
    Georgette is a semi-sheer or sheer woven fabric with a slight pebble texture. It is made from silk or polyester. Georgette fabric is used to make all types of western garments, such as tunics, shirts, dresses and even trousers. A perfect fabric for sarees, anarkali, salwar kameez and lehenga choli. It can also be used for casual wear to make kurtis, salwar kameez and tunics.
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  8. Upada Silk
    Upada Silk Fabric is used for bridal wear, evening wear, lingerie, blouses, linings, Salwar kameez and Kurtis. Today this luxurious material is available in many varieties. Silk cloth can be decorated using embroidery and embellishments.
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  9. Net / Lace
    Net is any mesh or open construction fabric. Net fabric is used to make net sarees, kurta, net lehenga choli, salwar kameez, anarkali suits and many more. Heavy work/embroideries can be done on net with ease.
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  10. Crepe
    Crepe fabric gives the wearer a slimming appearance and has a very graceful fall, making it a great fabric for party events or other formal occasions; however, crepe fabrics are also preferred for daily wear because they require little to no ironing and are very soft and comfortable. Lightweight crepe creates beautiful Salwar Suits, Sarees, Kurtis, Gowns, Dresses, Blouses and Tops.
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  11. Rayon
    Rayon can imitate the feel and texture of silk, drapes nicely off your body. It is very easy to iron. It can be used to make outfits such as suits, kurtis, salwar, anarkali, gowns and many more.
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  12. Chanderi
    Chanderi is a traditional ethnic fabric characterized by its lightweight, sheer texture and fine luxurious feel. Chanderi fabric is produced by weaving in silk and golden Zari in the traditional cotton yarn that results in the creation of the shimmering texture. It can be used to make outfits such as suits, kurtis, salwar, anarkali, gowns and much more.
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  13. Linen
    Linen is comfortable to wear in all seasons and has both the breathability and durability. The fabric is of premium quality and it ensures a skin friendly feel. It is woven by using latest weaving technology and quality tested threads.
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  14. Velvet
    Velvet is a luxurious pile fabric woven with an extra set of warp yarns, resulting in a rich, plush surface. Silk velvets tend to have a softer hand and more drape than those made from other fibres. They have a luster and with a soft hand. They are attractive to the touch as well as the sight and are used for evening wear, bridal wear, historical and stage costumes, as well as for drapery, and pillow covers.
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  15. Cotton Silk
    Cotton Silk is a blend of both fibers, combining positive characteristics of each into a single textile. A lightweight, silky and comfortable weave, cotton silk fabric has a soft hand-feel and a sturdy, silken drape, along with a versatility that makes it suitable for an extended variety of garment uses. It can use used to make kurta, churidar, suits, tops and many more garments.
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  16. Pure Silk
    Pure Silk Fabric is woven from natural silk fibers. It is used for bridal wear, evening wear, lingerie, blouses, linings, Salwar kameez and Kurtis. Today this luxurious material is available in many varieties. Silk cloth can be decorated using embroidery and embellishments.
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  17. Lycra
    Lycra – Known for its spandex fiber. Any time you see this fiber listed on a label, expect comfort, movement, and shape retention that won't wash away. The four-way stretch of this fabric makes it ideal for indo-western garments such as close-fitted tunics as well as ethnic garments such as empire-waist suits. Lycra is extensively used for making leggings.
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  18. Scuba / Neoprene
    Scuba is a double knit fabric make from finely spun polyester filers that create a smooth texture. This fabric is a 2-way stretch. It is also 60" wide along with its 100% Polyester Contents. This fabric is perfect for making dresses, skirts, tops, shirts, shorts, drapery. DIY Projects and so much more!
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  19. Jacquard
    Jacquard fabric is a highly textured fabric with patterns that are woven, rather than printed into the fabric. Jacquard fabrics have a raised pattern design that may include florals, paisleys, damask, animal patterns or more. This textured fabric has varying drape-ability and durability depending on the fibers used.
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  20. Brocades / Banarasi Silk
    Brocades is a mid to heavyweight fabric that has several coloured, silver or gold zari threads woven together to create a decorative pattern. Brocade fabric is used to make all types of Indian garments, like salwar kameez to kurtas, lehenga cholis, Jackets, Skirts, Dresses, as a border on sarees, and also for saree blouses. Brocades are widely used for Gents Sherwanis as well. A brocade blouse can do wonders to any saree. Just get a stylish brocade blouse to go with a plain saree and get all the attention!
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  21. Taffeta
    Taffeta is a crisp, smooth, plain woven fabric made from silk. It is considered to be a “high-end” fabric, suitable for use in ball gowns, wedding dresses, evening wears and also for interior decoration.
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  22. Dupion Silk
    Dupion Silk is a crisp silk material which has distinctive, irregular slubs and a subtle sheen. Dupion silk is perfect for slim dressy suits and fitted dresses and blouses. It is great for slacks and jackets. Dupion silk can be used for tablecloths, table runners, and placemats as well as for pillow covers.
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  23. Satin Georgette
    Satin Georgette Fabric has a satin weave with a slightly glossy surface and has excellent fluid drape. This fabric has a feeling of Satin on one side and Georgette on the other side. 2 D shaded dyeing is a special dyeing technique where two colours are used to dye on a fabric and a beautiful blend is created. The breathtaking colours in this collection is fascinating. The outfit just looks very gorgeous to some other level. It can easily be used to make sarees, tops, dresses, wedding dress, scarves, wall decoration, banners and more.
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  24. Mulmul Cotton
    Malmal Cotton / Mulmul Cotton is a fine variety of cotton which has a soft, fluffy and good texture, it makes for airy, transparent, light and extremely comfortable cotton fabrics. It has a merit of good absorbency and its substantiated to be skin friendly in nature.
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  25. Habutai Silk
    Habutai / Habotai Silk is a kind of silk with lightweight and shimmering sheer effect. It comes in a variety of weights / thicknesses. This fabric can be easily dyed to any color. Soft and lightweight, habotai silk is a kind of smooth fabric and has a beautiful drape and smooth surface.
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  26. Chiffon
    Chiffon is a lightweight, balanced plain-woven sheer fabric suitable for airy delicate garments or garment inserts. It drapes with ease. Chiffon is commonly used for sarees, blouses, dresses, gowns, salwar suits and kurtis. It is widely used for traditional, wedding garments and evening wears. Originally made from silk, today chiffon fabric is available in polyester also. So, artificial Chiffon is also available.
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  27. Mashru / Gajji Silk
    Mashru Silk / Gajji Silk fabric from kutch, blending the opulence of silk and the comfort of cotton mashru has cotton feel from the back side and Satin-silk feel from the front side. It can be used for allclothing purpose.
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  28. Jute
    Jute has a high tensile strength, low extensibility, and ensures better breathability. It is extensively used in Dress Materials and furnishings.
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  29. Moonga Silk
    Moonga Silk / Munga Silk / Muga Silk fabric is a very soft material, can be used to make saree and any other form of outfits such as suits, blouses or pants or dresses. It is made from the organic and natural fibre. It is a very durable fabric. Moonga silk’s brightness improves with every wash.
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  30. Tussar
    Tussar Silk has very soft texture and is super light in weight. Lightweight tussar silk creates beautiful Salwar Suits, Sarees, Kurtis, Gowns, Dresses, Blouses, Tops and more.
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  31. Nysa Silk
    Nysa Fabric has a satin weave with a slightly glossy surface on one side with excellent fluid drape. It can easily be used to make sarees, tops, dresses, gowns, wedding dress, scarves, wall decoration, banners and more.
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  32. Bridal / Duchess Satin
    Duchess Satin also known as Bridal Satin is a lustrous smooth very finely woven heavy non stretch satin fabric. It has a very subtle sheen that is classic and elegant and very different in appearance to regular satins. Perfect for wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses or formal dresses and skirts. Its gives wonderful drape.
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