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There is no way denying that Indian fashion is making its place on the international platforms as its traditional wears are of great interest worldwide. Buy the best dress material online from shopgarab. These conventional attires are made of various fabrics like Cotton, Linen, Silk, Denim, and velvet. Different regions of India are popular for the production of varying types of textiles. However, Shopgarb provides its customers with a wide range of fabrics that can be bought easily from their website.
This wide range of fabrics includes:
Rayon Cotton dress material
Rayon Cotton is a blend of both Rayon and Cotton. Rayon is a synthetic fibre that has a beautiful silky feel and lustre. In contrast, cotton is natural, soft with high breathability. This blend is very common as rayon gives a smooth feel, while with cotton in it, Rayon wrinkles less than usual and keeps it light and cool.
Tussar Silk dress material
Tussar silk comes with a fine paper finish and a tiny slub, making it beautiful because it gives a handloom look to the fabric. It is commonly used for silk sarees and other garments.
Lycra dress material
Lycra is a highly elastic synthetic fabric. It is greatly resistant to heat and is acknowledged as the perfect addition to heat-sensitive synthetics like nylon and polyester.
Bhagalpuri Silk dress material
Bhagalpuri Silk is considered the best of all types of silks called "Queen of all silk fabrics." It is widely known for its exceptional and unique superior quality and resilience.
Banarasi Jacquard dress material
Banarasi Jacquard is a fabric that is specially woven using a Jacquard loom. Many other materials such as polyester, cotton, acrylic, and silk can be woven to create it.
CrÃªpe dress material
CrÃªpe is a wool, silk, or synthetic fabric that has a wrinkled bumpy texture. CrÃªpe is a French-derived word that means â€œsmall thin pancakeâ€ It is a relatively lightweight fabric. However, it can be of any weight.
Chanderi Cotton dress material
Chanderi Cotton is a traditional ethnic fabric with sheer texture, lightweight, and fine luxurious feel. It is produced by weaving in golden zari and silk in the classic cotton yarn, which ultimately gives it a shimmering texture.
Faux Georgette is among the finest and most popular traditional fabrics in today's ethnic fashion. As it is obvious from its name, it's an artificial type of georgette made of twisted yarns of polyester, rayon, or nylon.
Cambric Cotton is a closely woven, lightweight, plain cotton cloth first made in Cambrai, France, and was originally a fine linen fabric. Initially, it was used in London by 1595 for making cuffs, bands, and ruffs.
Satin silk is the most commonly used type of silk. It's obvious from its name that it is manufactured using the "Satin" weave, giving it a shiny, smooth, and lustrous surface. It is commonly used for making luxurious garments, underwear, and also for bedding and interior furnishings.
Chiffon is a gauze-like fabric popular for its floating, sheer, and shimmering nature, just like tissue paper. It has a transparent, sheer appearance, and if it's seen through a magnifying glass, it can be seen as a fine net or mesh with a rough feel when touched.
Pashmina is a good variant of spun cashmere which is the animal hair fibre that forms the downy undercoat of the Changthangi goat. The word "pash" in Persian means "wool," but in Kashmiri, it means â€œraw unspun wool of Changthangi goats."
Velvet is a type of woven, tufted fabric in which there is even distribution of cut threads, with a small dense pile that gives it a uniquely soft feel. Today, velvet is made from synthetic and natural fibres but originally made only with silk. Hence, pure silk velvet is very rare and way too expensive.
Net is a popular type of fabric. It is made when yarns are looped, fused, and knotted completely at their intersections. That is why the net is a fabric with open spaces between the yarns. The durability of its characteristics depends completely on the type of filament or yarn used to make it.
Organza is a lightweight, plain woven, sheer fabric that was originally made from silk. The material for it can be made from synthetic fibres, most prominently nylon and polyester. In most cases, silk organza is too expensive, so it's more commonly used for decorative purposes.
Brasso is a very popular type of fabric. It is commonly known as "burnt out fabric." It's a very soft, tissue-like fabric with gorgeous designs. It's a semi-opaque material that is greatly used for making saris salwar kameez etc.
Muslin is a plain weave cotton fabric and is made in a wide range of weights as it can have delicate sheers to coarse sheeting. Itâ€™s called muslin because it was first manufactured in Mosul, Iraq. The better qualities of muslin are smooth and fine in texture.
Lawn Cotton or Cotton Lawn is a plain weave fabric that is made out of cotton. It is manufactured using high thread count yarns, which gives it a silky and untextured feel. It is a lightweight fabric that is slightly transparent.
Cotton Slub ladies dress material is a slubbed fabric created with slight knobbles and knots that appear thicker and raised threads on the material's surface. This texture given is due to the yarn used ( most commonly natural fibres) or is made intentionally to provide the fabric with a tactile and organic look.
Denim fabric is a sturdy cotton twill fabric woven with grey, indigo, and mottled white yarn. It is undoubtedly the most commonly worn fabric worldwide today in denim jackets, classic blue jeans, overalls, dresses, etc.
Linen cotton is a blend of both cotton and linen. It is a durable, breathable, and soft fabric that is derived from natural fibres. It's an eco-friendly fabric as it's made from natural fibres. It absorbs quite an amount of moisture and is open in the weave so that air is allowed to circulate through the garment and keeps the one wearing it cool. Buy online dress material from Shop Garab.