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Light translucent chiffon is well known to all fashion followers. Back in 19th century in Russia it was used for the production of lingerie, dresses, blouses and shawls. Chiffon is also used for the manufacture of home decoration and art. In other words, there are many applications of this fabric.
How to choose and where to buy chiffon?
The optimal composition of chiffon is a combination of natural and synthetic threads. If a fabric is completely made of silk or cotton, it will wrinkle, moreover, such material is less elastic. Addition of polyester gives it a light shine, allows keeping its shape well and enhances wear-resistant.
The addition of synthetics is necessary, but it is the matter of proportion. Italian factories produce fabrics with the optimal ratio of natural and synthetic fibers. You can buy such material in our online shop, which provides direct deliveries from Italy. You can purchase a batch of fabric right away or you can start with free samples. But keep in mind that we offer excessively high quality products, so they are sold out very quickly.
It is very easy to buy Italian high-quality chiffon fabric at best price in the UK, Canada, United States, America, France, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Iceland, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, Norway, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Croatia and any country in the world, our online store "Tessuti Dell 'Arte" will send you the fabrics to any corner of the world. In the catalog you will see many colors and design solutions Made in Italy. We have many customers from different countries and cities of the world.
Initially, chiffon was made exclusively from silk threads and was considered an elite fabric. At the beginning of the 20th century, manufacturers began to use mixed materials in chiffon production. This way of production is still ongoing. Polyester is added to silk to make the material more dense and wear-resistant without harming the brightness of natural silk.
In addition to silk, various synthetic threads are used, primarily polyamide and polyester. Natural fabrics (for example, cotton) can be used as well. Its combination with artificial fibers gives the material unique properties, such as strength, softness, hygroscopicity and crease-resistance.
Italian factories produce materials that optimally combine natural and artificial fibers. It is very comfortable to wear, does not wrinkle and does not constrain movements. The fabric saves colour brightness, so it is suitable for creation of the most contrasting outfits.
The material is hypoallergenic and breathable. Despite its light weight, it is strong and durable. In addition, it has antibacterial properties, like all silk-based fabrics.
The modern Italian textile industry produces many varieties of chiffon, both for important occasions and for everyday life:
The material is considered for ladies, since most of the items in female wardrobe is made of chiffon. These are, for example, sundresses and cocktail dresses, blouses and scarves, capes and shawls. It is often used for accessories: beads or flowers, as well as individual elements of clothing (ruffles, flounces).
This material is very popular in handmade and home decoration. It perfectly transmits light and air, so it can be used in designing dark places, far from sunlight. The use of mixed fabrics allows creating windows decoration, like tulle, because the material will not fade.
To keep chiffon’s durability, try to follow maintenance rules. Only hand wash is allowed. Dry it horizontally to maintain shape. After washing, the fabric does not need to be wrung out; moreover, it dries very quickly. Iron carefully, use water and steamer.
If you comply with all these conditions and requirements, then the Italian chiffon purchased in our shop will stay delightful for a long time. Enjoy the advantages of the Italian chiffon: lightweight, rich colours and saturated tints for a delicate and feminine outfit.