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Saree: Georgette, Blouse: Banglori, Size: Saree Length – 5.50 Metre, Blouse Length: 0.80 metre

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Saree: Georgette, Blouse: Banglori

Size: Saree Length – 5.50 Metre, Blouse Length: 0.80 metre

Work: Printed

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Georgette is a crepe fabric, which is sheer, light-weight, and dull-finished. It got named after a famed Parisian fashion dressmaker Madame Georgette de la Plante in the early 20th century. Though made from silk, georgette got made from highly twisted yarns. Its crinkly surface characteristics get created by alternating s and z twist yarns in both weft and warp.

Georgette fabric got manufactured in reliable and floral designs. This got used in dresses, sarees, blouses, evening gowns, and trimmings. It is not very lustrous but springier than a similar fabric chiffon.

Difference Between Georgette And Chiffon


Georgette is light-weight, plain weave, delicate, and crepe fabric. It usually has two highly twisted s and two heavily twisted z yarns, alternately between warp and weft. Silk georgette has a grainy texture, made from crepe fabric, gives a sheer feel and very dry hand.

It is heavier than chiffon fabric. Georgette snags easily but very durable. This fabric drapes very fluidly and falls into pleasant soft ripples. Because of it’s creped surface, it finds extensive use in blouses, flared skirts, dresses, evening wears, scarves, and off course sarees. It is sheer and robust silk, which does not show pin marks. Sewing using this fabric is relatively tricky.

Georgette is similar to chiffon in terms of drape and feel. It is slightly heavier than chiffon but is not that sheer. It is appropriate for outdoor or daytime wedding ceremonies.


Chiffon, on the other hand, is very light-weight and flowing. It means that it doesn’t cling to the body and is great for style, with lots of draping required in dresses. Since it is sheer, usually, chiffon gets used in layers. Since it doesn’t have a distinct sheen, it is a perfect fabric for muted colors and pastel shades and allows the delicate color to come through.

Chiffon comes in regular or crinkle fabric, which has a pleated look — great material for an outdoor or daytime wedding, due to its lightness. Chiffon is French means “rag,” and the fabric is quite limp and sheer. It has lovely soft and supple drape and has a thin hand and a flat. This light, the woven fabric, must be hand-washed. It is delicate in appearance, robust, balanced, and can be dyed or printed for use in dresses, scarves, and lampshades.

This fabric is challenging to work with, since light and slippery. This translucent fabric got made out of the plain weave, loose, and tightly twisted single crepe yarn in both warp and weft. The weft weave in chiffon is either s or z. The wrinkles in the fabric get derived from the weft yarns that got pulled in one direction. Chiffon is elegant and sheer but has a rough feel to it. Also known as crepe chiffon, this has used in dresses for a special occasion.

Chiffon is thinner and softer than georgette. The material is challenging to cut and sew, though extensive use got found in evening dresses, bridal gowns, scarves, and formal wear.

So the difference between georgette and chiffon are:

  • Georgette is semi-sheer or opaque, compared to chiffon, which is sheer.
  • Chiffon is weightless compared to georgette, by nearly half the weight.
  • Chiffon is softer compared to georgette, which is less smooth and rough to touch.
  • Georgette sarees usually are sheer or with prints. Chiffon sarees come with embroidery and handwork.
  • Georgette is springy and bouncy in drape, compared to flowy chiffon.
  • Georgette is stronger and more durable than chiffon.
  • Chiffon has more sheen compared to georgette, which is dull.
  • Chiffon is costlier than georgette.

Drapers prefer both fabrics due to its light-weight and the ability to drape. For a cheaper variety of georgette, faux georgette made of rayon or polyester gets preferred.

Types Of Georgette

Initially, the fabric got used for layering and trimming. With time, many variances of georgette got introduced across the world. They are:

  • Viscose georgette
  • Polyester georgette
  • Jacquard georgette
  • Nylon georgette
  • Satin georgette
  • Silk georgette

Viscose georgette:This fabric comes in 100% viscose and comes in various forms and counts. This is the most usable fabric and gets used in wedding dresses, gowns, and sarees. They don’t tear easily, and the colors are fast and easily washable.

Polyester georgette:Since this fabric got made with 100% polyester, it is tough to dye. Petroleum-based plastic fabric does not dye easily. Hence, these fabrics are only available in original shades. They are slightly translucent and get used over dupioni and satin in a wedding dress to give it an elegant, flowing, and sheer look.

Jacquard georgette: These georgette rayons get manufactured on a mechanical loom, where intricate patterns get woven into the warp, compared to printing. A French weaver, Joseph-Marie Jacquard invented this special loom.

Nylon georgette:Yarn of this georgette fabric got made of synthetic. It gives a silk-like feel to the material.

Satin georgette:Satin yarn gets used while making this fabric. This gives it a sheen, more heavy and dense compared to other georgette fabric.

Silk georgette:Georgette originally was made from silk yarn. Later other variances were added to give the fabric more sheen, body, and personality.

Like any other light-weight fabric range, georgette comes in pastel shades, solid colors, and also floral designs. You have to choose the type of georgette, depending upon its application.

Benefits Of Silk Georgette

Since georgette comes in various fabric yarns, they get used as per requirement. However, silk georgette is preferable for the following reasons:

  • Silk georgette gets considered as all-weather fabric due to its breathable nature. This fabric gets preferred all around the year, especially during the summer months, due to its light-weight nature.
  • It absorbs very well, color is fast, dries quickly, and also comes in vibrant colors and prints.
  • They have a fabulous bouncy drape. This makes it preferable to tailor the material into dresses, sarees, tops, and skirts, including layering over other fibers.
  • Silk georgette material is more robust, can be embroidered upon, and lasts long, compared to chiffon or similar fabric.
  • When this fabric gets made from silk, they become crease-resistant.
  • It is easy to store since it does not accumulate dust and is mildew and mold resistant.
  • Silk is not likely to cause any allergic reaction, hence hypoallergenic.

Silk georgette is costlier compared to a similar fabric made of other natural or synthetic yarns. However, due to the above benefits, it is a preferred fabric.

Uses Of Georgette Fabric

Due to its versatility, georgette gets preferred over sheer chiffon for multiple applications. This fabric is versatile and adaptive. Due to non-sheer nature, this fabric is preferred by users who are more conservative concerning showing their curves.

Since georgette is very clingy, women of all body types are comfortable wearing this fabric made attire. You will find this fabric in almost all kinds of attire – bridal dresses, tops, skirts, lehengas, churidars, blouses, and off-course the Indian Sarees, because it is robust, non-sheer and vivid in color shades and patterns.

Georgette also has higher tensile strength, which allows you to embroider and add design to your dress, compared to similar other fabrics. The primary use of georgette is among women apparel. Earlier, this got favored among the nobles and elites. With the invention of different varieties of this fabric, this has become affordable by all strata of the society.

Given below is a list of the application of georgette fabric:

  • Bridal dress
  • Evening gown
  • Sarees
  • Churidars
  • Lehengas
  • Gowns
  • Dresses
  • Shirts
  • Tops
  • Skirts
  • Blouses
  • Tunics and salwar kameez
  • Evening wear
  • Salwar suits
  • Scarves, stoles, and shawls
  • Veils and bows
  • Waist belt

Another application for this fabric is layering. Since it is light-weight, drapers use it to the layer below or above the stitched garment to add bounce and body.

Some Georgette Dress Options

There are hundreds of options, with which this material get used. This excellent material is difficult to sew. You have to be sure of what you want to do with them. Here are some options with georgette:

  • Long-sleeved bottomed up shirt
  • Midi with box pleated skirt
  • Round neck dress with drop hemline
  • An evening gown with an asymmetric skirt
  • Flare and fit evening dress, with a waistband
  • Tiered cocktail dress, with matching headgear
  • V-neck maxi dress with matching waistband
  • Mini full-cut dress with beads along the neck

Georgette does not stretch, so your attire is going to be full and flowy. If you prefer clingy style, opt for georgette material with elastane fabric woven into it.

Georgette Trends

Given below are some georgette trends, found in dresses:

Animal:For party wear or casual, you could choose between a leopard, tiger, or snakeskin designs. This is quite the in-thing these days.

Checks:These are meant for casual wear with friends, stroll at the park, or visit the neighborhood art gallery. Small and big checks or a mix with floral design.

Stripes:Wide bottomed pants, shirts, and casual wear go very well with striped georgette materials.

Polka dots:This does not go out of fashion. Different sizes and colors with floral designs get introduced by designers in each season. Monochromatic options are always in style. Try casual dresses, pinafore, tunics, or blouses with this design.

Abstract: Like with art, the abstract design goes well with the young crowd, especially for casual wear. Maxis and long dresses with splashes of color would look stunning.

Feather:Feather printed georgette fabrics are also a new trend in shirts and long dresses. Different shades or monochromatic could get chosen.

Floral:Micro flower design, using this flowy and bouncy fabric, has been a craze lately. Large flower designs used to be favored earlier in long dresses, gowns or skirts. They are making a come back once more.

Tropical:This summer trends of using palm leaves, lotus, and sunflower are for the travelers and youth. The colors are deep, rich, and vibrant.

Since silk is very absorbent, this georgette fabric can be dyed easily into various hues, can be digitally printed, along with different other design options. This fabric is preferred by professional world-over due to its bounce and richness. Some of the costliest brands use this fabric for their designer gowns and evening wear.

How To Take Care Of Georgette

As a thumb-rule, georgette is easy to handle. Store them in your closet when not in use. Incase wash is required, wash gently with hand in cold water and mild detergents, squeeze the excess water, and dry in the shade, away from harsh sunlight. Though the color is fast, physical changes to the weave would destroy your dress, and direct sunlight might fade your attire over some time.

It is always prudent to get your georgette garments dry cleaned. Professionals know how to clean your georgette attire without effecting the fabric structure.

Georgette Manufacturer Worldwide

Tissura manufactures the world’s best 100% pure georgette fabrics. They are mostly available in Europe, in Italy and Switzerland. Find your material below, as per the garment to be stitched:

Belinac, Italy:They manufacture georgette with solid colors.

Binda, Italy:If you are looking for floral design.

Carnet, Italy:For polka dots and floral design, they get sought across the world.

Frontline, Switzerland:They focus on animal print fabrics.

Liberty, Great Britain:They are well known for floral prints and designs.

Luigi Verga, Italy:They produce abstract, check, and floral prints.

Ruffo Coli, Italy:If you are looking for geometrical print, you could check out Ruffo, along with floral and abstract.

Taroni, Italy: They are great for solid color georgette.

JakobShlaepher, Switzerland:Jakob is well known for botanical prints, floral, tropical design, stripes, and abstract pattern fabric.

These silks are some of the best georgettes in the world. They are color-fast and get used by various fashion houses, from blouses to evening gowns. Jakob also offers embroidered silk georgette, ideal for prom outfit, couture style designs, luxury dresses, and evening gowns.

What Is A Saree?

Sari, saree, shari are women’s attire, commonly found in the Indian subcontinent. It consists of a drape varying from 4.8 to 8 meters in length and two to four feet in width. This is typically worn around the waist, with the end over the shoulder and baring the mid-riff. Matching choli, bodice or blouse is worn on top and a petticoat at the bottom, below the saree. Sari in Sanskrit means, ‘a strip of cloth.’


Sari, like drape, was used during the Indus Valley Civilisation. Initially, cotton gets used along with natural dyes like indigo, lac, and turmeric, which is still in vogue. Silk gets also woven into sarees in the earlier period.

Based on sculpture, scripture, and paintings, saree like garments were worn by the women folks in the Indian sub-continent over the ages. Red gets considered as auspicious and worn during essential functions, including marriage.

Styles Of Draping

There are more than eighty ways of wearing saree! The most common form of draping the saree is to wrap well one end around the middle and let the other end go over the shoulder, with the mid-riff bare. Rta Kapur Chishti is a noted saree historian and textile scholar. She wrote a book, ‘Sari – Tradition and beyond,’ where she has identified 108 ways of wearing this attire.

The French saree researcher and cultural anthropologist, Chantal Boulanger, categorized sarees as follows:

Nivi:This got initially worn in the Deccan region. Here the drape is made into pleats and passed between the legs and tucked at the back. This allowed better movement alongside covering the legs.

Bengali and Oriya:Here, the saree got first wrapped in the anti-clockwise direction, some pleats are made and tucked in the front. The rest of the drape is then wrapped in the clockwise direction, to pass over the shoulder. There is enough material kept over the shoulder, which could cover the head, as per the occasion or requirement.

The modern saree with petticoat and blouse got introduced by Jnanadanandini Devi, elder sister-in-law of Rabindranath Tagore. This attire gave the women of this region enough courage to come out in public and participate in various activities alongside their male counter-part.

Gujarati and Rajasthani:Here, after tucking in the pleats in the Nivi style, the loose end is taken from the back, draped over the right shoulder, and secured in the back.

Himalayan:Traditional form of woolen saree, known as Kulluvi Pattu, is worn in the hills, including Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Nepal:There are different varieties of saree drape in this region. The most popular is Nivi drape. The Bhojpuri and the Awadhi community wear their sarees with seedhi pallu or like the Gujrati drape. Mithila community has its style called the Mithila drape, which is similar to Purnea or Madhuban style, but this is becoming very rare now.

The Rajbanshi communities wear their sarees tied below the neck without any cholies. This is becoming very rare, with only the older women following their tradition. The younger generation follows the Nivi and the Bengali style. The Newari form is to fold the saree and tie around the waist at knee length. The pallu is then pleated and dropped from the waist to the knees. To cover their chest, they wore a thick blouse, which was tied several times in front. A shawl was then tied to the waist and went around their right shoulder and around. The Ranas and the Shah of Nepal preferred the Nivi style and hence became popular.

Maharashtrian:Here, the saree is held at the center from the back and tied in a knot in front. Each end was pleated and passed around each leg and over the shoulders and the upper body. They usually use nine-yard fabric. The style differs among various communities in Maharashtra, including the Brahmins. Marathas wear their sarees a little differently. These days Maharashtrian form of draping sarees are being made famous thro’ TV, cinemas, and live events.

Madisar:This drape is popular among the Brahmin community of Tamil Nadu – the Iyers and Iyengar. They use nine yards for this style of wearing their sarees.

Pin Kosuvam:Rest of Tamil Nadu wears this type of drape, which is traditional in this state.

Kodagu:This style is prevalent with the Kodagu tribe of Karnataka. They tuck the pleats at the back instead of the front. The rest of the saree is then brought over the shoulder and fixed to the saree at the front.

GobbeSeere:Malnad or Sahyadri and central Karnataka adapt this style of wearing their sarees. Here the sarees are made of 18 molas with three-four rounds at the waist and a knot after crisscrossing at the shoulders.

Assamese:They wear their saree in Mekhela chador style. The drape worn around the waist is known as Mekhela, the one who gets worn over the shoulder is the chador, and the part which covers the midriff is the choli.

Manipuri:This saree style is again with three parts called the Innaphi viel. The lower wrap is called Phanek and long-sleeved choli.

Khasi:In this type of style, many pieces of cloth is draped one over the other to give the body a cylindrical shape. This way of drape is known as Jainsem.

Malayali:Mundum Neryathum is the style followed in Kerala. Here too, they wear their sarees in two parts, made of unbleached cotton, decorated with designs and stripes.

Tribal:In this style, the saree is tied across the chest, covering the breasts of women in the tribal areas.

Kunbi:In Goa, the Gauda and the Kunbis wear their sarees in this style. Their saree or kappad gets worn by tying a knot in the saree below the shoulder.  The strip of fabric which passed over the shoulder gets fastened at the back.


Women, in general, wear shari or saree in Bangladesh. Dhakai Jamdani is a world-famous variety of sarees. There are various local and Indian varieties of sarees found here.

Sri Lanka

They wear their sarees in many styles, though the two most commonly used are Nivi and Kandyan style. In the Kandyan form, women wear a full blouse, and the saree ends with neat pleats.


Though Salwar Kameez get worn daily, sarees get worn on special occasions among the middle and upper class of the society.

Rest of Asia

Here, the saree gets replaced with a long drape around the waist, and a shirt or sarong gets worn on top. Different countries call their dress differently.

Decorations On Sarees

In the woven fabric, there are designs and stripes on one end of the saree, which form the pallu, which goes over the shoulder. The entire length of the fabric gets weaved with motif designs. Both horizontal ends get also created with intricate or simple designs.

In plain fabrics, the pallu, borders, and body of the saree get decorated with beads, embroidery, zari work, patchwork, or other designs. The hue, color scheme, and style are appropriate to the occasion when they would get worn. Depending upon the affordability, fabrics and the design gets managed.

Georgette Sarees

Georgette Silk Sarees gets considered a must for every household in India. However, due to its high price, faux georgette, made of other synthetic and polyester fibers, but similar to georgette look and feel is found in abundance in the market place.

Women are attracted to silk and have different types of silk sarees like Kanchivaram, Tussar, Benarasi, Georgette, and Chiffon. Georgette Silk gets preferred for the following reasons:

  • Light-weight and breathable: This fabric is easy to carry due to its lightness, and also, you don’t feel hot, especially during summer in the Indian subcontinent.
  • Crinkled: The tightly twisted yarns during the weave gives the fabric a wrinkled look, which is preferred by women for a specific occasion.
  • Sheer: This fabric is translucent and sheer, which is preferred by women to show off their curves.
  • Beautiful drape: The flowy nature of the fabric gives this saree a beautiful drape and especially gets preferred by the ladies during special functions.
  • Holds color: The white or off-white silk-georgette material gets dyed in various hues and shade. The color stays fast and gets preferred by the womenfolk.
  • Slight stretch: Due to the tight yarn weave, the fabric has a slight stretch, which is preferred by the ladies wearing this fabric.


Georgette got manufactured for the elite and got mostly applied for western dresses. Due to its bouncy, flowy nature, lightness, sheerness, drape, and hues, this fabric got considered for use in sarees. Since this dress requires anything between 5 to 8 meters of material, the cost of Georgette Silk works out pretty expensive. This type of saree got preferred by the elite. To reach the masses, manufacturers experimented with various fabrics and came up with nylon, polyester, satin, and viscose. These sarees are known as faux georgette sarees!


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