Net Salwar Suits

Net Salwar Suits

There are occasions like weddings, birthday parties or any special day when you want a fairytale look and you throng the market to hunt for a dress that spells fantasy- well you’ll come across umpteen options with fluffy flares. These flares are usually made with layers of net fabric placed one above the other. Various forms of net are trending fabrics used in salwar suits for party-wear and bridal-wear not just in India but in many other countries.

How is Net made?

Net fabric is made by looping or knotting yarns and then fusing the intersections to form a continuous piece of fabric. It has spaces between the yarns resulting in a light-weight fabric with a sensual appeal. There are mainly three types of net used in aparels- Bobbinet, Tulle and Filet net. Bobbinet and tulles have a hexagonal mesh and are made with silk or nylon. They give fullness to the garment and are widely used in party-wear anarkali suits, floor-length suits and bridal-suits. Filet net is a square mesh which is sturdy and can support embellishments like zari, stone and bead work. It is used in making almost every style of salwar suits like straight-cut suits, abaya-style, Pakistani suits, etc. At, you will find beautiful range of net salwar suits in a lovely colour palette and embellishments that will have you wanting for more!

Salwar Suits made with Net

From stiff and straight kurtas to soft and flowing ones, different types of net are used to make a huge variety of net salwar suits. While cleaning these garments, opt for dry cleaning if the fabric is very soft or hand wash if the net is strong and has embellishments. Fast machine wash can damage the fabric and hence should be avoided, because net is one fabric that cannot be repaired well.

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