Georgette was invented by French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante who was inspired by Chiffon in 20th century. Georgette is more durable and stronger fabric as compared to chiffon. Traditionally pure Georgette was only worn by royal families as they were expensive to own. Pure Georgette fabric denoted class ; hence it was handed down from one generation to other.
Pure georgette can be dyed to keep current trends in mind and as the fabric is made from silk, it has a different texture and feel. It is sheer, lightweight and almost looks like dull finished crepe. Indian women have always looked their best in saree and Georgette is one of the most loved fabric when it comes to sarees.
The best part about Georgette are the colours, designs and shades. When it comes to party wear or bridal wear, Pure Georgette is the preferred choice because it compliments the zardozi or gota and brings in the required shimmer. Since pure georgette is expensive and not affordable by everyone, Faux and semi – georgette was introduced into the market. This is a much cheaper option and oozes out more synthetic look.
Pure georgette sarees can be dyed into any shade with the option to dye the thread work or leave it white. The latest trend is to dye the thread also along with base shade in the same colour. We at RZUstyle offer to dye with an additional charge & time to dye the saree.
At RZUstyle, we have the latest collection is pure georgette Chikankari sarees and dress material. Our mukaish range sarees are sure to please your eyes and pallete. Our entire range of chikankari is on display and you can find the same on – http://www.rzustyle.com/Georgette-Chikan-Sarees-catid-569819-page-1.html