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Women’s Dancewear can be made from almost any fabric. The dancewear fabrics are those that meet needs that are particular to dancewear and dance costumes like stretch fabric and novelty fabric with metallic yarns, applied glitter or sequins. Many of these fabrics are also suitable for skating costumes.

  • One of the most important categories of dancewear fabric is the nylon/spandex stretch fabric.This category of fabric is so commonly used for dancewear and other applications like skating costumes and swimwear.
  • Another important dancewear fabric is stretch velvet , a knit velvet with four-way stretch that is typically 90% polyester and 10% spandex. Stretch velvet may be machine washed. 
  • Liquid lame is a supple fabric of metallic fiber and polyester. Be sure to start with a new needle before sewing. Also, metallic fabric is very sensitive to heat and moisture. 
  • Sequin fabric is available in a variety of colors and styles with a sheer or black backing. The more expensive sequin fabric is sewn while the less expensive is glued. Steam and high heat can discolor and melt sequins. 
  • Shimmer stretch knit is a nylon/spandex blend. Slinky fabric is an acetate/spandex blend. Both have horizontal and vertical stretch.


Evening dresses includes pieces that are fit for formal wear, prom, homecoming to bridesmaid dresses.
Accessorize your evening look with charming accessories. Pair your gorgeous dress with accessories that will compliment it, never clash. Don’t be afraid to play with diamond earrings, long thin chains and chandelier necklaces. Evening dresses with scoop necklines are perfect for longer necklaces and strapless dresses call for a dramatic earring. Let your dress be the centerpiece and your accessories its dashing accompaniments. Remember, the woman makes the dress and the dress makes the evening.
Create movement in our evening dresses, whether it be with a full skirt, dramatic draping sleeves, soft side slit or layers. One dress doesn’t fit all and that’s why our evening dress selection carries looks to suit different moods.

Most of all, listen to your body when you choose an evening dress. Be daring, be bold, classy, glamorous but overall, be you.


Forget mass manufactured items of clothing – the charm of handwoven fabrics (Khadi) is making its biggest comeback yet since Mahatma Gandhi’s Independence movement. With Indian Prime Minister’s rallying cry for ‘Make In India’ in September 2014, the handspun khadi has been returned to its venerated title of the fabric of the nation.

“There is no doubt that this call to the nation has helped in sales for Khadi Gramodyog Bhavans, but truthfully speaking, the rise of khadi for many people as a homegrown fabric started many years ago,” says FDCI president Sunil Sethi. It may come as a surprise, but the ball was set rolling back in the year 2000, when Sethi had taken khadi creations by celebrated designers like Rohit Bal and Rajesh Pratap for sale to the Selfridges department store in the UK.
“Textile specialists and designers inclined towards Indian textiles never lost faith when the fabric didn’t get the kind of boost it should. If you look back, you’ll see that their lines have always carried khadi,” he adds.