Wedding Dress Fabric Glossary
From chiffon to voile, learn the ABCs of choosing the material that suits your Big Day style. By Benice Atufunwa
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.