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Types of clothing material
A light, soft and transparent fabric.
Jacquard weave with raised patterns; traditionally popular for autumn and winter, now also worn in hot weather.
A light, semi-gloss fabric, satin to the touch.
Delicate, transparent and transparent – made from silk or rayon, with a soft finish; often layered because of its transparency, which makes it popular for petticoats, transparent sleeves and wraps.
A light, soft and fine fabric with a crumpled surface.
Similar to brocade with embossed patterns, but woven in a much lighter weight.
A lightweight hybrid of silk and rayon (or polyester) woven in a satin finish.
A finish similar to that of shantung, but with thicker and coarser fibers and a slight luster.
A structured and ribbed finish like grosgrain ribbon; generally quite substantial.
A woven, firm and durable finish, with unique diagonal lines on the face.
A light and lightweight fabric often in polyester or silk with a crepe surface.
A fine and clean fabric, generally used on sleeves or necklines.
A very elastic knit face has longitudinal ribs and the underside has transverse ribs.
A heavy silk taffeta with a subtle and wavy design.
A rigid and rigid fabric.
Crisp and pure like muslin, with a stiffer texture similar to that of tulle, but more fluid; popular for skirts, sleeves, backs and overlays.
A soft, satin and high quality fabric with a dull shine, fine ribs and a grainy appearance.
A knit with an embossed appearance, the quilted has distinct sides. The outside looks like a nest of bees or a waffle and the underside is flat and smooth.
A cheap synthetic fiber that can be woven into almost anything, including duchess satin
Similar to silk, but more elastic and affordable.
A heavy and smooth fabric with a high shine on one side; very common in wedding dresses.
The most sought after darling fiber for wedding dresses (and also the most expensive); There are many different types of textures: silk and silk mikado are just two examples.
A four-ply silk organza.
A brand of silk blend, usually heavier than 100% silk.
Satin with silk
A smooth silk satin, with a shiny face and a matte back.
Shantung is distinguished by its rubbed texture.
Crisp and smooth, with a slight rib.
Netting made of silk, nylon or rayon; used mainly for skirts and veils (think ballerina tutus).
A soft and thick fabric with a felted face and a plain underside.