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GOWNS & SUITS
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Charmeuse 软缎

Charmeuse is a luxurious fabric with a shiny front and a dull back. This type of fabric is usually made with silk, but textile manufacturers also make charmeuse with polyester and rayon.It is named after the French word for a female charmer, charmeuse’s elegance makes this fabric ideal for women’s dresses and evening wear. 

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Chiffon 雪纺绸

This type of fabric is sheer, which means that it is light and semi-transparent with a simple weave. This type of fabric was originally made from silk, and it was both expensive and in high demand among upper-class women in Europe and the United States when it was originally marked in the mid-19th century.

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Linen 麻纱

Linen suits are super lightweight and maintain their coolness in soaring temperatures. However, linen wrinkles easily and stains even easier, meaning it requires regular dry cleaning to maintain a fresh, crisp look. Choose linen in the summer. Best worn as a more casual alternative to cotton or wool. 

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 Pearls 珍珠

We have gowns intrigued by pearl embellishments, which lend themselves well to wedding dress design, since many pearls are white or off-white. White pearls symbolize new beginnings, the perfect sentiment for a new bride. We love the idea of pairing a pearl-studded gown with a cultured pearl necklace or other pearl jewelry. 

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Crinoline马鬃布

Crinoline is a popular fashion in the late 1840s that took its name from the French word crin. These were used to create volume underneath the hoop skirts favoured by fashionable women. The wide, bell-shaped crinoline was much lighter than the previous fashion of multiple petticoats. 

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Taffeta 塔夫绸

Taffeta is a crisp, smooth, plain woven fabric made from silk or cuprammonium rayons as well as acetate and polyester. The word is Persian in origin and means "twisted woven". It is considered to be a "high-end" fabric. It is a more starched-like type of cloth that holds its shape better than many other fabrics.

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Worsted 精纺毛料

Worsted wool is a compact textile that is smooth and boasts a high durability. Most wool requires that the natural fibre be spun. But not worsted. Instead, the wool is first combed in a carding process to remove any short and brittle fibres. Worsted can be woven in a number of ways, producing flannel, tweed, gabardine and fresco cloths.

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Sparkly 闪闪发光

This is the opportunity to go all-out glam! Shine on your big day with a sparkly wedding dress. We provides from glitzy gowns covered in sequins and rhinestones to subdued glimmer by way of metallic fabric and beaded detailing. Sparkly dresses also make a perfect post-ceremony look.

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