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Do you know the difference between tulle and gauze? Gauze’s composition is mainly, silk and cotton .Consequently, its appearance is delicate, smoothly and soft. For example, some of the Indian saris are made of this fabric. Meanwhile, the tulle is made with fibres of rayon and nylon or silk and cotton. The tulle has different density of mesh. The thinnest are used for bridal’s veils, while the most rigid are used for tutus.
monsemblable:Julie Manet, 1894 Do you know that at the beginning of XX century, the etiquette demanded to women not going out without wearing a hat? Usually, dressmakers used silk ribbons, tulle, lace or fabric flowers to decorate exclusive hats. However, the expertises of a milliner were required, when the crown of the hat was made of straw.
Do you know that the indigo blue comes from a tropical plant? This kind of plant is common in India, as well as, one of the oldest sources for colours used on fabrics. However, this was not popular, until XVII century. In that period, the great commercial activity, which Holland maintains with India, made possible that bourgeois women started using this new blue tone in elegant dresses.