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a fabric made of silk or a silklike fabric that resembles organdy

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BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: A red gown (above) from bridal shop Sposa will really stand out on the big day or (left) Monsoon offers traditional elegance with a beaded silk organza bodice, pounds 100, beaded silk organza skirt pounds 125, sequin and bead trim scarf, pounds 10, Pearl ball hair band, pounds 15, and (right) Liberty dress, pounds 300.
And plaids are making a statement in cotton duck at Lees Curtains, in organza at Lichtenberg and in yarn dyes at CHF.
The fabrics feature horizontal stripes, squares and waves in shimmering silk organzas.
These luxurious silk satins, organzas and chiffons were inspired by the sleek shapes of the Art Deco period and the layered looks from the fashion of that time.
Tulles, voiles and organzas -- even lightweight jacquards -- add interest, as do surface effects from stitching to laser cuts.