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Eco-Friendly Bridal Attire And Dazzling Charms For Bridesmaids

With scorching heat and blazing summer brides of the season are in search of natural eco-friendly attires to keep cool in fashion. Hence fashion designers are attuned to tone down the heavy dazzles in soft flowy breathable fabric. Thus culling preeminence knocks to the linen assortment. After cotton, linen fabric takes the apical weave on the line. Let’s check out the array and its highlights.

Why U should wear Linen 
Approximately 4000 years ago linen was first manufactured in Egypt. Since then it was a part of royal apparel in high-class society. It has an amazing capacity to keep away sweat in summer and keeps you cool compared to other fabric whereas even during winter it keeps you warm. It is an organic fabric and is made from flax. It is on demand and costly as is labor intensive. It is organic, eco-friendly, breathable and soft. Hence linen is now pick of the bridal couture to tailor fashionable yet comfortable attire.


Linen Gown
For gowns, linen is much preferred as the explicit silhouette featured out it illustrates a comfort fit yet elegant look. The embellishments are also well acreage on this fabric which enhances the explicit pattern and design. As this fabric is costlier so the array of collections are on the upper range. But the comfort and glare of the fabric add to the efficacy.

Linen Saree
Saree attributes 80% of the assemblage of linen and bridal attire which has a deep connection from history depicting royal heritage. Bridal linen saree are on high demand. The best part is its longevity. This simplest yet royal breathable fabric holds any work or embellishment. Moreover, when it comes to saree, GenY has an especial facility to drape it fastest. Draping such saree is a very easy deal hence preferred by all age and climate.

Fashion line in linen
Linen skirts, pants, top, shirt are on high demand by the fashionista. Countries with summer climates have high demands for this fabric. Now many countries across the globe cultivate flax to suffice the cost and demand of linen fabric. Prints and embellishments both are well featured on this fabric. All ranges of product from casual to bridal can be made from linen. Both men’s and women’s wear in linen has a good sale ratio in India and other countries. India is one of the major producers of it across the world.

Home furnishing and another usage
Apart from attires home furnishing, bed sheets, covers, curtains for wedding gifts and other domestic usages comprises 50% of linen across the world. Because of its sturdy yet natural weaves, it comforts the skin and health.

Market strategy
In India, every year linen market is growing by 10% CAGR. It is comparatively costly than cotton and viscose. Moreover, it can be easily blended with other fabrics so again the demand arises. On the era of organic inclination, pure linen is preferred by both the young and old generation. Tissura is one of the leading fabric couture for selling pure linen fabric. It has its exclusive showroom at Hongkong, Moscow and Saint Petersburg catering to national and international clients. It is a partner of top-notch European textile designing and manufacturing company.

So beat the heat with linen in fashion and pose!

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