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Design Outstanding Ethnic Wear with Organza Fabric

Timeless fashion has a lot to do with the fabrics which never go out of style. Organza is one such evergreen fabric; which gives endless choices of dress styles. Organza is mostly heard of being used for designing gorgeous bridal gowns and interior items. But have you thought of its traditional side too?

If no, then let us take you through a quick list of how organza fabric can be incredibly used for designing a variety of ethnic wears.

Organza Sarees: Lightweight & soft yet sturdy and extremely comfortable organza sarees can be designed in various tones & textures (depending on the level of extravagance or sobriety required). Plus the versatility of organza sarees makes it a sheer sensation for any occasion (formal – semi-formal functions). So what are you waiting for? Try a Custom made organza saree and drape a fabulous piece of clothing like a fashionista.

Indian Ethnic Dresses: Due to its malleability & marvelous look, organza is widely chosen for designing Indo- Western Dresses. Especially the lustrous silk organza in warm, pastel hues and metallic shades are preferred by the designers for making overlay, sleeves, backs, panels and adding a prom to the dress. Multiple organza layers are added to give a gentle sway to the dress. Similarly Embroidered Organza fabric (decorated with beads, rhinestones, sequins, satin, stitch etc.) is the designers’ first choice for enhancing the overall look of traditional dresses like ghaghra choli, floor-length Anarkali Dress and Angrakha kurta.

Organza Dupatta: To add a tinge of class to your regular salwar suit, carry a stylish organza dupatta with it. Translucent organza dupattas, enriched with embroidery and tassels on both ends can be the perfect mix & match with any traditional dress. It can elevate the look of any traditional outfit it is teamed with.

Embroidered Organza Cape, Ethnic Poncho: Freely flowing organza fabric lets you craft the finest poncho and cape. It can be stylishly flaunted with a crop top and dhoti, flared pants, draped pants or palazzo pants.

So, next time you get to see a stylish range of organza fabrics, think of the magic it can create with your wardrobe.