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organza

a thin stiff fabric of silk, cotton, nylon, rayon, etc.

organza

[ȯr′gan·zə]
(textiles)
An organdy fabric woven from silk yarns.
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Organza bows and rose buds are used as accents to embellish and give the dresses a soft and perfect finish.
Even the floral looks, of butterfly-like fluttery layers of silk and organza, came in bold patterning that evoked danger.
Q: Tell me about the materials you used, since you mentioned organza.
Bags consisted of organza fabric (30 x 40 cm), TNT (30 x 40 cm), microperforated plastic (40 x 40 cm) or paper (30 x 40 cm).
bouquets based on lilium, gerbera, roses large and maules, wrapped in rice paper, tied with raffia mesh and organza ribbon for day use october 30.
The highlight was saved until last - a Grace Kelly-inspired silk full skirt in berry red and black organza.
To complement the whimsical theme, models took to the catwalk in large, matching cloud-like hats sculpted from folds of organza.
The strapless, boned bodice is made from pleated organza and features a gorgeous strip of embellishment consisting of diamant and sequins under the bust.
WHERE: Aura Furnishing, 56, Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar III; MUST BUY: Sheer organza curtains, Bhagalpuri silk bed covers
Each comes in a gift box with a heart-shaped rose crystal pendant, an organza bag filled with rose leaves and rosebuds, as well as a small flacon of rose-scented fragrance.
Diow's products include LumyNel polymers, Organza, StrataGel and DiowGel silicones, DiowSperse and DiowShield dispersions, Diocide preservatives, ptalatum, Hydrakelp, Gly-Rabinan, AuraSphere wrinkle-veiling polymer dispersion technology and DSP 250 and Penstia powder products.
Zang Toi silk satin mini slipdress with silk organza full-length ruffled duster with train, in melon, $18,000, Saks Fifth Avenue.