Thursday, 26 February 2015

Defining Crepe Silk


Crepe Fabric is characterized as a crinkled, puckered or pebbly surface. The fabric is made with highly twisted yarns in weft, sometimes in the wrap, or sometimes in both. Crepe is usually made with a plain weave. The fabric is woven from all of the major fibres, natural or man-made.


Crepe Silk is a luxurious fabric with an elegant sheen or a pebbly texture obtained by using high twist yarns. The fabric gives an elegant, expensive, and posh look. Crepe Silk is extensively used to make dresses, slacks, skirts, lightweight suits, bridal gowns, and evening wear. There are different types of crape silk, each one made in a different manner, and each one giving out a different look.


At Oriental Costumes we have received our latest collection of Crepe Silk outfits. The outfits are unstitched and include materials for kameez (top), shalwar (bottoms), and dupatta (veil). These beautiful prints come in two types of Crepe Silk.

  1. Crepe Silk with shiny, silky, and pebbly texture
  2. Crepe Silk with smooth surface and without any texture



Each style has its own beauty and gives out a different type of elegance and sophistication.


To see these beautiful pieces visit us at 3180 Ridgeway Drive, Units 39 & 40, Mississauga, ON or visit our website: www.oriental-costumes.com

Also, check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram; and hashtag us using #orientalcostumes to share your creations – be it clothes or home d├ęcor.

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