Description : A thin, plain weave, sheer fabric, traditionally made from silk. Organza today is also made from nylon, polyester, viscose or acetate, but the results are less luxurious. Organza is somewhat more crisp than chiffon.
Fabrication : Silk organza is made in China and India, although it is also woven in France and Italy.
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Example creations : Evening dress, White dress, Sheer top, Blue skirt, Grey dress, Sheer silk top,
Uses worldwide : Organza is used to make evening gowns and wedding dresses, primarily.
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