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5 Elegant Fabrics And Materials For Formal Dresses

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5 Elegant Fabrics And Materials For Formal Dresses

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If you are on the hunt for a wow factor prom dress this year, it is important to think about the fabric, and with so many cloth choices, it can be difficult to know where to start.

In order to help you select the right fabric for that 2019 prom dress, here is a brief description of the classiest fabrics that are used to create stunning evening gowns.

 1. Velvet 

Seen in abundance at this year’s Oscar Awards ceremony, velvet is a sumptuous fabric that is ideal for a prom dress. Check out the stunning black prom dresses 2019 available at Peaches Boutique, who is a leading designer dress online boutique that offers gowns from the very best designers, including Sherri Hill and Jovani, to name a few. The depth and texture of velvet is hard to replicate, and with a wide range of styles and shades, there’s something to suit every taste.

2. Chiffon

A long-time favourite for evening gowns, chiffon possesses many qualities that are essential for formal events, such as, a unique softness, and the fabric drapes and gathers well. This fabric comes in silk, cotton, or rayon, and it is light and attractive, making it an ideal fabric choice for this year’s prom.

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3. Georgette 

Traditionally made from silk, georgette also comes in polyester, and this material has very distinctive qualities that include, a crepe-like texture, a tight weave, plus the material flows well and is light to wear.

This fabric is unique in many respects, and finding a dress that is made from georgette might be a little difficult, but there are a few online boutiques who have designer label creations fashioned from this amazing fabric.

5 Elegant Fabrics And Materials For Formal Dresses

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4. Satin

You really can’t go wrong with a satin gown, especially this year, as so many celebrities are seen wearing satin creations. This year is all about glitter and sheen, and there’s no better way to shine than in a satin gown, adorned with sequins, of course.

Take a look at the stunning satin gowns that can be found at the online designer dress boutiques, which are generally a little cheaper than the traditional bricks and mortar boutiques. For further reading on suitable fabrics for formal evening dresses, a quick search through Google should lead you to some related articles.

5. Organza

This elegant fabric can be weaved from satin or a synthetic fibre and it offers many fine qualities that make for a great evening gown. This unusual fabric definitely has princess qualities, and can be layered to good effect, while being light and slightly stiff, which helps when designing a dress that will hold its shape.

5 Elegant Fabrics And Materials For Formal Dresses

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Choosing the right fabric for that very special prom dress is a critical component, and when looking at potential fabrics, take note of the properties of each fabric, which will help you make the right choices.

The above 5 fabrics are without doubt the most popular regarding evening gowns, and with online boutiques, you can spend time browsing until you find that perfect outfit that ticks all your boxes.

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5 Elegant Fabrics And Materials For Formal Dresses

Well, what material do you prefer best for your formal dresses? Please share your thoughts below…

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Comments

  1. Joanna says

    I have always thought of velvet to be very elegant and being such a hard material to work with, always expensive. I do like satin dresses as well, especially for dresses wore in summer formal events.

  2. Joan says

    I have always wanted a velvet dress I think it would feel so elegant, learnt something new today, I had no idea about georgette.

  3. Tracy Lee says

    Such gorgeous fabrics! Almost makes me want to go back to high school and go to prom again!! Although I may have to reconsider getting remarried just to have some bridesmaids in chiffon 🙂

  4. Melissa says

    In my opinion there is nothing like satin. It feels so luxurious! All of these are great though!

  5. Lyosha says

    Gowns are always beautiful! I really like the materials they are made of.
    P.S. it is super funny but the first picture from this post is from fashion show I attended, I actually saw those dresses in person, the photo is not enough to fully capture the beauty!

  6. Shubh says

    So true, All these materials are classic ones. I think Chiffon, Georgette and Organza are quite common nowadays but the designers always come up with magnificent ideas.

  7. Aishwarya Shenolikar says

    These are such elegant options! I haven’t much liked chiffon ever. But velvet and georgette are really nice. Loved the photos too!!

  8. Alvern @ Success Unscrambled says

    Wow! This brings back so many memories. As a teen, I use to sew my own clothes. I really enjoyed going into the many fabric shops and picking out some cloth then at some point I would sew a dress and if it was a very special occasion I would get a shoe covered in the same material. I used satin a lot.

  9. Alexandra Cook says

    I wish I had more reasons to wear formal dresses. There are so many beautiful options, and I would love to wear them!

  10. Melanie williams says

    I love wearing a range of different fabrics. Velvet is a lovely look and so can organza too xx

  11. Sundeep says

    I love Chiffon and Georgette both. These are some amazing fabric and material for formal dresses

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