Chiffon Salwar Suits

Chiffon Salwar Suits

A fabric that flutters smoothly with the wind, the one that drapes into perfect waves - Chiffon is a light-weight fabric that is woven by high-twist yarns. This sheer fairy-tale fabric gives a feminine and dreamy look and is therefore widely used in making garments. Pure chiffon is spun from pure silk and is extremely soft and expensive. However these days chiffon that is readily available in the market is made from polyester which is tougher and far less-priced as compared to pure chiffon.

Designing Chiffon Salwar Suits

Chiffon being quite soft, salwar suits made with this fabric are usually mildly embellished. Such garments are embellished with thread work, light bead work and colourful digital and block prints. Due to its free-flow characteristic, chiffon is widely used in making flared suits and Anarkali suits that have wavy hem-lines to give a fantasy look to the outfit. offers a colourful and trendy collection of chiffon salwar suits for festivals and occasions like weddings, kitty parties, office-wear and casual-wear as well as for wedding functions. Choose from the latest trends in straight-cut, trouser-style, Anarkali suits and other styles of chiffon salwar suits. Our designer range of exclusive ethnic wear ensures that you have a uniquely stylish wardrobe at every occasion.

Chiffon vs Georgette

The two fabrics- chiffon and georgette have similar look and feel. However, georgette is heavier and less sheer. Being heavier than chiffon, there is more scope for heavy embroidery on georgette as compared to chiffon.

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