The dress


The choice of wedding dress fabric is very important, as it will determine, among other things, how fluid the dress is, how it falls, and whether it has a simple or more original look. The time of year the wedding will take place is a key consideration when choosing the dress fabric. If it will be in winter, smooth silk velvet is a good choice, while for warmer weather, satin and natural fibres are perfect.


Whether matt or glossy, this fabric is magnificent and timeless. Satin can be chosen for various different styles of dress. Combined with other fabrics, it is perfect for the traditional dress to which it gives a sophisticated touch.

Matière Satin
Robe Satin

Silk is fine, glossy, soft to the touch. Silk is synonymous with elegance and femininity.

Matière soie
Robe soie

Mikado is a thick fabric, with a sheen and a subtle texture, and is often used for simple, structured dresses. It can be used by itself or combined with other fabrics like satin or even tulle, for example.

Matière mikado
Robe mikado

Chiffon is a cotton fabric, very fine and light. With its transparent character, it can be used for layered effects or for ultra-feminine cutaway styling.

Matière mousseline
Robe mousseline

Tulle is very light and transparent, giving it a floating, diaphanous character. This type of fabric is used mainly for bridal veils. More rarely it is layered over the dress, generally over a part of it such as the bottom of the skirt for example.

Matière tulle
Robe tulle

Made from cotton or silk, it often has an opaque lining. Guipure lace has a wide mesh, and can be overlaid on the décolleté or at the waist.

Matière organza
Robe organza

This is raised embroidery, closely-stitched on a fine fabric. Swiss muslin is distinctive for its lightness, delicacy and refinement.

Matière dentelle
Robe dentelle