Organza is a lightweight, stiff and sheer fabric, a bit similar to tulle or chiffon but heavier. It’s a shimmering and crisp fabric made from silk or synthetic fibers such as rayon, nylon, or polyester.
Due to the lightweight but stiff material, it is very popular for bridal gowns. It gives volume to the skirt but still allows movement. The dress looks light. As a lining, for example, for sleeves, it gives puffiness, but does not look too massive. Very often, fabric flowers are made of organza because of its stiffness. A wedding dress of organza looks really flattering because of its luster.
Organza is a very fine material and can be damaged easily. Made of silk, the material creases and is very delicate, and small mistakes like thread shifts are immediately visible. For this reason, bridal gowns are most often made of synthetic fibers. They look nearly the same but are way more robust and don’t wrinkle.
+ ideal texture for wedding dresses with lavish bouffant and voluminous skirts
+ gently lapping, softly floating, delicate and subtle gleaming look