Satin creates a beautiful and elegant look on a formal wedding gown. This fabric can be used as gown construction, with or without volume. It fits for A-line-silhouette gowns, ball gowns, pleated gowns, mermaid-cut gowns, and bustier. In addition, satin can also become the underlining fabric of a lace gown.
If you want to wear a ball gown like a ballerina does, then tulle will be a wise choice. This fabric represents something beautiful, feminine, and romantic. Six to eight layers of tulle under your gown will make you look perfect. But be careful, this fabric is very vulnerable, especially when it’s accidentally stuck to something.
Linen creates a sophisticated and light look on a wedding gown, especially when combined with embroideries, motifs, colors, and other attractive accessories. To make it more lively, make a pleated gown from the fabric. It is suitable for afternoon or outdoor casual wedding parties.
To create a light look, there’s nothing more perfect than chiffon. Its use on the sleeves, the upper part of the corset, and on bias cut of the gown will create a magical effect on your appearance. This fabric fits your body perfectly in a way that will make you look sensual and elegant.
Every wedding gown made of brocade always looks glamorous, so brocade is suitable for formal wedding gowns offered on many attractive colors and motifs, this fabrics can be combined with silk organza as the underlining.
Shantung is a popular fabric for traditional wedding gowns. This fabric would be really beautiful if combined with lace and other ornaments details. The interesting texture would look pretty when combined with organza as the underlining.