Organza is a type of lightweight plain weave fabric. This type of fabric is sheer, which means that it is woven in an extremely low density that results in a transparent and relatively flimsy textile. Due to its transparency and high breathability, organza fabric is commonly used to make garments that overlay thicker types of apparel, and it is also occasionally used to make a variety of different types of household textiles.
One of the most common applications of Organza in the West is in wedding dresses. Organza fabric may also be used in stage costumes, and it is commonly used in underskirts and specialty dancewear like tutus.
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