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Post: May 3rd 2012 at 7:05 AM

Here is a description of some materials used to manufacture prom gowns, formal dresses and homecoming dresses. The list is not complete, however it will give you a basic understanding of these materials.
red evening dresses is made with a satin weave, which is soft, yet, supple and drapes beautifully. Fabric is woven with a satin weave, where the warp threads cross over three or more of the backing threads. The front side of the fabric has a satin finish, lustrous and reflective, and the back has a dull finish. Silk charmeuse is most often used for loose-fitting, bridal gowns and slinky eveningwear. Charmeuse is somewhat difficult to sew because it is so slippery. Pins and needles leave marks, so pin only at the edges. It does not unravel much, however.
evening dresses with sleevesis a sheer, thin open weave fabric that is heavier and crisper than silk gauze. It has a smooth, flat finish, is strong and durable, and gets its stiffness from tightly twisted yarns. Often used as the base fabrics for embellished fabrics. short prom dresses 2012 is a very lightweight and sheer material, but a bit stiff, and can be gathered for bouffant uses, used alone or over other fabrics for fitted to loosely fitted blouses, dresses and evening wear. Also useful for facings, interfacing or lining. Silk organza can be used as an underlining to add crispness to parts of a garment. It sews easily and does not show pin holes. It holds creases well.

With an hourglass shape, you are curvy with a medium-to-large sized bust. Your bottom is rounded and you have curvy hips. You can show off the curves with a modest prom dress or de-emphasize them somewhat with a ball gown or a-line dress. To place more emphasis on the upper portion of your body, choose a dress with an embellished neckline.
With a pear shape, you are probably bottom-heavy, meaning your hips, thighs, and bottom are larger than the upper portion of your body. Choose modest prom dresses with sleeves that flatter the upper half of your body such as a-line, empire, or ball gown dresses with a circular halter neckline. Or, a strapless dress might do the trick.
If your body is apple-shaped, your mid-section is probably heavier or thicker than other parts of your body. Maybe your tummy is larger than you would like. Choose prom dresses that take the emphasis away from your mid-section. An empire gown might work best with this type of figure.
plus size evening dresses with sleeves can work well too if you have a bodice with boning to give it a slimming effect.


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