Delicate, sheer, and transparent -- made from silk or rayon, with a soft finish; often layered because of its transparency, making it popular for overskirts, sheer sleeves, and wraps.
A light, soft, and thin fabric with a crinkled surface
A lightweight hybrid of silk and rayon (or polyester) woven into a satin finish.
A sheer, lightweight fabric often made of polyester or silk with a crepe surface.
A fine, sheer net fabric, generally used on sleeves or necklines.
A heavy silk taffeta with a subtle, wavy design.
Crisp and sheer like chiffon, with a stiffer texture similar in effect to tulle, but more flowing; popular for skirts, sleeves, backs, and overlays.
A heavy, smooth fabric with a high sheen on one side; very common in bridal gowns.
Crisp and smooth, with a slight rib.
Netting made of silk, nylon, or rayon; used primarily for skirts and veils (think ballerina tutus).
Probably the most popular type of lace for weddings, with a background of flowers and swags.
Features flowers and ribbons on a plain net background.
An irregularly spaced lace of floral design with a lot of raised work.
A large series of motifs connected by a few threads.
A random pattern of ribbon sewn over a net background.
Lightweight, with an all-over delicate embroidered design.
Designed with flat roses on a net background.
A heavy needlepoint-type design with floral sprays, foliage, or geometric patterns
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