Join our community of Solution Seekers!

Wedding Dress Fabric Glossary

From chiffon to voile, learn the ABCs of choosing the material that suits your Big Day style. 

Organza
Photo: Philip Friedman; Styling: Blake Ramsey
Advertisement
  

What do you think about this slideshow? Share your own solutions and ideas.

View Earlier Comments
PAGE 6 OF 16
 PreviousNext 

Organza

The term organza actually refers to the type of weave that the fibers are woven into, rather than the resulting material. It's lightweight and composed of either synthetic fibers (think: nylon or polyester) or silk and is used to add fullness to gowns. Some types of organza use a mixture of both natural and synthetic fibers.

Advertisement
Computer desk
Date night can take on lots of forms: extreme, creative, outdoor and offbeatR...
from The Nest Blog » house & home
Doctors in India are baffled over an 8-year-old boy whose hands have ballooned ...
from FOXNews.com
Known for their wonderfully wacky design sensibility and large family (seven kid...
from POPSUGAR Home
CHICAGO (AP) -- Hostess Brands plans to close the suburban Chicago bakery where ...
from Tastepartner on The Huffington Post
For some, science fiction isn’t something to enjoy in books, movies, comics and...
from Houzz