The shimmer of georgette fabric is easy to fall for. Georgette looks beautiful on every woman. Pure georgette saree in itself is a very thin fabric which is easy to wear and it drapes very beautifully on the body. Once you wear a georgette saree, you just don't feel any weight on the body.
Georgette as a fabric has a long history to explore. Georgette is a lightweight, dull finished, sheer crepe type fabric which is named after a 20th century french designer Georgette de la plante. Made from silk, Georgette is made of highly twisted silk threads.
Indian ladies used to prefer traditional sarees for most of the occasion, but there is a new generation which also prefers to wear saree on the occasions of parties and get togethers. Easy breezy saree on a party is the go to option for most of the ladies. You can flaunt your curves with saree with traditional looks.
Georgette saree is known to have the highest fashion quotient. With most of the designers preferring georgette saree, now it is in vogue to wear the saree in any occasion. While in a party a shimmery and shiny georgette saree would help you get noticed. In traditional occasions it would stand by you with other accessories. A little zari on georgette is the correct recipe of making even a simple saree look great.
Bollywood is fascinated by Georgette and it is clearly visible when leading actresses wear stone studded georgette sarees on ramps or on different festive set ups.
Georgette is known for its light weight. It is a sheer fabric which is crinkled, which gives it a bouncy look. It is worth noting that, georgette is the most absorbent material which is easy to dye and has a texture which is rough and dull. There are twisted yarns of S &Z. Georgette is woven into two different types, Pure and Faux.
Faux Georgette is a better way of saying that the fabric is synthetic which is made of nylon or polyester.Pure georgette is a different breed of fabric which is more organic and authentic.
Pure georgette is made of crepe thread, the silk georgette has a texture which is grainy, has sheer feel as explained earlier and is very dry kind of a fabric. Georgette is little heavier than chiffon and looks similar to crepe but it isn’t as soft or lustrous like crepe. Snagging easily, georgette is durable, draping fluidly and falls as soft ripples.