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The mesmerizing fabric
Georgette is a type of fabric known for its lightweight and dull-rough texture. It is a very durable fabric and easy to dye. The two forms in which Georgette is woven are ‘Pure’ and ‘Faux’. The main difference between the Pure and Faux weave is the threads used. Pure Georgette sarees are woven from silk yarns while Faux Georgette uses Rayon and Polyester.
The Origin of Georgette
The fabric got its name from Madame Georgette de la Plante who introduced this graceful fabric to the world in the 20th century. Madame Georgette was a French Dressmaker renowned for the ‘net finish’ of all dresses. Georgette came into use prominently in 1915. It is believed that Chiffon was the main source of inspiration for the Georgette fabric, though it is much bouncy and lustrous than Chiffon. You can find embroidered, printed, and plain Georgette sarees along with a special variety of Banarasi Georgette Sarees.
What makes Georgette sarees so distinct?
Fabric: Although inspired by Chiffon, the Georgette fabric is much stronger than its cousin. The credit goes to the blend of rayon and polyester used.
Texture: The fabric comes in both translucent and opaque textures. Also, the twisted feel of the fabric has a separate fan base as it brings out more of the physique figure of the woman wearing it.
Variety: Over the period of time the Georgette fabric has been classified into subcategories. Some of them are Jacquard Georgette, Nylon Georgette, Silk Georgette, Satin Georgette, and Polyester Georgette fabric.
Why Georgette should be in your collection?
- If you are looking for a clingy and flowing attire, then the designer Georgette saree is a must-buy for you.
- Women who look to don a stunning look without compromising on the comfortability part prefer Georgette.
- Its thin texture and lightweight makes the saree very easy to handle.
- Georgette sarees are available in the market in various styles and colors for every occasion.