Fine, feminine, fashionable and fancy! Organdy dresses make for some of the best, most impressive looking dresses on the fashion market.
Organdy is a type of material, consisting of a balanced plain weave. Organdy is fine, thin cotton fabric usually having a durable crisp finish, white, dyed, or printed. Organdy is often used for dresses, blouses, curtains, trimmings, etc.
Organdy looks crisp, clean and sheer!
Organdy Fun Fact: The material’s sheerness and crispness are the result of an acid finish on greige (unbleached or grey/beige). Organza is the filament yarn counterpart to organdy.
Organdy Not So Fun Fact: Because of the material’s stiffness and fiber content, organdy is very prone to wrinkling. The material can be dry-cleaned or hand washed. Wrinkles should be pressed out with an iron on low heat or steamed, with extra care.
Examples of organdy material/fabric:
Because of it’s sheer, feminine contour, organdy is often used…
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