Princess Duchesse Satin Fabric Pure Ivory 31517/01 by James Hare is stiffer and has less lustre than standard satin. Traditionally, because of its ‘body’, this beautiful silk mix fabric is extensively used to make the finest of Wedding Dresses and Gowns. The fabric holds its shape beautifully and drapes well, making it also a perfect choice for Prom Dresses and Evening Gowns.
Cut and shape detailed patterns with ease due to the structure of the fabric. It is also the perfect fabric choice to make full skirts or dresses although it is primarily used in the construction of couture Bridal Gowns and some sexy Lingerie too.
Queen Victoria, at her wedding to Prince Albert also wore a White Satin Wedding Dress with slippers to match her gown.
ITV’s ‘Queen Victoria’ series made Jenna Coleman’s Wedding Dress using James Hare’s Duchesse Satin and Palmyra Sheer.
Princess Elizabeth, for her wedding to Philip Mountbatten, had her Bridal Gown made out of Duchesse Satin Fabric. Her wedding shoes were made out of Satin too, trimmed with silver and seed pearl. She also did her own make-up for the occasion!
Order your James Hare Princess Duchesse Satin Pure Ivory Fabric Sample today! It's the only way to experience the true look and feel of this stunning fabric….try before you buy!