Silk Fabric As Lining Material

silk fabric as lining material

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Are you a Garment manufacturer who wants to know when should one use Silk fabric as a lining material? If yes, then do watch out this video till end.

Hello, this is Tushar from Charu Creation Pvt Ltd, a fashion fabric company at Nehru Place, New Delhi.

So friends, Silk is synonymous with luxury and when you want that extra bit for a once-in-a-lifetime dress then you should go for Silk as a lining material. Silk is breathable and extremely soft. It can be sheer, semi-sheer or opaque. It can have matt or shiny finish. China silk is a comparatively inexpensive lightweight silk used as lining. Habutai lining fabric and Silk Satin are used to line wedding dresses. Dupion silk is a thicker silk preferred by many designers for lining .Silk Charmeuse & Silk Crepe DE Chine are lightweight soft silk also used for lining. Silk crepe back satin is more weighty and can be a wonderful choice for suits, jackets and coats. Silk organza is another favourite thin lining fabric. Silk taffeta is a crisp thin fabric and holds its shape inside the garment. Silk is a favourite lining material for lightweight /medium weight fabrics especially for dresses and skirts which need some shape or volume without bulk. But Silk as lining too have some shortcomings. It is quite expensive. It can be too hot in summer. Moreover, it is not very durable and has to be quite sensitively taken care off. Friends, to view our collection of Silk fabrics for Lining Material, click on the link below.

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