Georgette Salwar Suits

Georgette Salwar Suits

Tired of wearing regular cotton and silk suits? Try some textured fabric for your wardrobe. Check out a beautiful range of georgette salwar suits on From every day wear to parties and weddings, georgette has invaded the wardrobe of women worldwide.

What is Georgette?

A fabric woven with highly twisted yarns in warp and weft, georgette is a light-weight fabric having a crinkled surface and lovely sheerness. The relatively newly invented fabric is easy to dye and is widely used in apparels. The market has two types of georgette- pure which is made from silk yarns and is very expensive, and faux georgette which is made from rayon and polyester yarns. The type of fabric that is readily available in the market and is used by most of the brands is faux georgette which is economically priced while the pure form is mainly used by luxury brands and high-end designers.

Georgette in Ethnic-wear

Being a strong and flowing fabric, georgette gives a beautiful fall to outfits and is therefore widely used in making sarees, lehenga cholis and salwar suits. It can be embellished with thread embroidery and zardosi work to make designer anarkali suits, abaya style suits and contemporary indo-western suits for occasions. Digital prints and gota work are commonly seen on georgette salwar suits. Outfits made with this fabric are comparatively easier to maintain as they do not need too much of ironing and are hence suitable for carrying along for destination weddings. stocks a trendy designer collection of pure georgette as well as faux georgette suits for office-wear, casual-wear and party-wear. We offer the best prices in ethnic wear with a prompt world-wide shipping network.

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Check out the latest trends in salwar suits on We offer exclusive designs in Indian traditional and contemporary wear for men and women for all types of occasions. Our endless colour options and trendy designs will stylishly cater to your ethnic wardrobe needs always!

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I am posted in an Indian small town, the campus is a good 5 kms away from markets - buying latest stuff is dependent on my visits to my native city - which is not often. So I depend on for sarees, anarkalis etc. I also bought a simple lehenga recently when I had to attend a colleague's wedding & may I take the liberty to praise myself ;-) - I looked smashing. In fact, a senior professor genuinely got concerned - telling me that looking this attractive may pose danger to my safety in this hinterland!! Thank you for bringing happiness to my cottage door.

-Raima Shrinath | Mahendragarh, Haryana

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