Ethnic Satin Gowns For Girls
A girl in the attire of satin is usually the life of a party and the showstopper of any event. Its eye-catching glossy surface easily wins over a show. It is the kind of fabric you’ll want your kid’s clothing to be of if you want them to stand out in a crowd.
A teenager can easily fall for this fabric with just one look at it. And if you get this amazing fabric in the form of a gown, an apparel which is every girl’s favourite for every occasion, then you just can’t ignore it.
What is Satin?
Satin is a kind of weave and not a natural fibre like silk. Generally, satin has both a glossy side and a dull side. The combinations of fabrics like polyester, nylon, rayon, and even silk are used to make satin.
Satin is the kind of fabric that compliments and work with every body type. It is a good choice for ruched, draped, and ball gown styles.
Satin is a material made to please everyone. Synthetic satin (made using polyester, nylon or rayon) is a vegan, delicate and lightweight material. What’s there not to like about it?
Gowns have been the love of young ladies a long time. The Europeans may have done a lot of bad things but bringing the fashion of gowns in India wasn’t one. Gowns unapologetically can put forward a statement and can describe your defiant personality.
Gowns are something that never goes out of style and satin is the perfect fabric to buy it in. Satin makes every colour look better with its shiny touch. It can make the bright colours seem brighter and the dark shades look livelier.
Gowns are the best friend of a princess and we all know that every girl has once in their life imagined themselves as a fierce and loving princess. The lustrous material like satin can make young princesses seem like a Queen.
Satin gowns are sure to bring bling and shimmer to your wardrobe. Satin gowns on limeroad are available in almost all the colours.
The History Of Satin
Satin truly became famous during the twelfth century in Europe but it came in use long before that. Originally, satin was very expensive and used by the upper classes only during the Middle Ages as it was purely made of silk.
The name ‘Satin’ was derived from Quanzhou (a Chinese port city), whose name in Arabic was Zayton. Quanzhou became a major shipping port of silk during the hindmost part of the Middle Ages. It used the nautical Silk Road to reach Europe.
Satin was most popularly used in the Arabian countries.
Collection on Limeroad
Limeroad brings you the most elegant and authentic and glamorous ethnic satin gowns for girls that can easily fit in your budget. Gowns of every style and colour are found here. And though it may leave you with loads of shopping bags and an empty wallet, it may never leave you with regret.