This light, springy and transparent fabric was once considered suitable only for spring and summer bridal wear. Thanks to designers organza is now year-round and widely used in gowns requiring full skirts, A-lines, trains, veils, drapes and overlays. Feast your eyes on some ways I used one of my fave fabrics--organza . . . . .
Above: Photo 1--The FLORA Dress sporting an organza train dappled in silk rose petals//Photo by Lirette Photography//Below: An array of embroidered organzas. Photo 2: The APRIL Dress, a ballerina length allover organza with a full skirt//Stephanie Williams Photography//Photo 3: The GIGI Dress, an A-line in embroidered organza with bottom flounce//Photo 4: The BEATRIX Dress, an embroidered organza bodice with a full tulle skirt//Photo by Dominic Colacchio Photography
My two favorites are the April dress and the Beatrix dress.
I guess I am just old-fashioned, but to me it would have been lovely if even one of these four brides had worn a veil.
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