Be Elegant With Stunning Taffeta Dress

by Addy Brook Wed Editor

Taffeta, a kind of plain weave fabric, is widely used in wedding apparel and special occasion dresses. Taffeta clothes have firm texture, soft luster and bright colors. How do you like taffeta dresses? Do you know taffeta well? In this article, I will tell you something about taffeta.

There are many varieties of taffeta. Depending upon the materials, taffeta can be divided into silk taffeta, cotton interwoven taffeta, rayon taffeta and polyester taffeta. According weaving process, taffeta can be divided into plain taffeta, flash color taffeta, stripe taffeta, jacquard taffeta, etc.

Taffeta is a popular wedding dress fabric in Western society. The famous novel "Gone with the Wind" has many descriptions about the taffeta dresses. Since Princess Diana chose a taffeta wedding dress on her big day, taffeta wedding dresses became more popular. When making wedding dress products, only some luxury brands will choose silk taffeta, most products will use more cost-effective polyester taffeta. Since taffeta has very hard texture, it’s particularly suitable for the realization of various ruching designs.
 Short Prom Dresses

If you love mermaid and A-line dresses, you can choose dresses made of taffeta. Taffeta is very good at building the silhouette of a dress. What’s more, if you have special favor for dresses with complex design and adornments, taffeta dress is your first choice. The prom is coming, if you want to be eye-catching, a taffeta dress will be the perfect choice. You may find many lovely taffeta prom dresses at

  Blue Prom Dresses

How to keep a taffeta dress? Taffeta dresses are very easily to have permanent creases if you do not preserve them in right way. You’d better not fold or stress on your taffeta dresses. You can roll them up or hang them up with clothes stands.
Long Dresses


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