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Chiffon Sarees

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What are the benefits of wearing chiffon sarees?

Chiffon is a fabric known for its unadulterated quality of fabric. Chiffon Sarees is made from gently drawn out cotton, silk or manufactured synthetic fibres, and woven in the decent plain weave style. The most significant advantage of the chiffon sarees lies in reality that the saree doesn't crease and holds its clean shape during the day.

How to take care of chiffon saree?

Chiffon like silk chiffon demands to be dry cleaned but polyester chiffon and nylon chiffon are easy to wash by hands or can be machine washed. Usage of mild liquid detergent is perfect to wash them. Soak the saree in the detergent for minimum if 30 minutes and rise with cold or normal water until the detergent or bubbles are completely washed off.

Why most Indian women love to wear chiffon sarees?

Chiffon material / fabric are Indian women’s favourite fabric to choose as a saree as is is not very expensive and convenient to wash. The fabric doesn’t require much expense as to how to wash it or anything. Chiffon comes in different plain colours and combinations of colours all together to suit the choices of every woman.

Can I wear chiffon sarees in the winter?

Chiffon sarees can be worn in winters with a velvet blouse of the same colour or of contrast colour which will definitely keep you warm and cosy yet stylish looking. Silk blouse with intricate work will also look good. Blouse with embellishments on it will enhance the look of the chiffon saree giving it an exquisite look and different vibe all together to rock the wedding.

What are the difference between chiffon and georgette sarees?

Chiffon material or fabric is light weight and have transparent feel to it. chiffon is transparent because of which it is worn in layers. Whereas georgette fabric is heavier as compared to chiffon, because of which it doesn’t float around and makes it easier to drape on your body. georgette is much opaque than chiffon itself.