organdy organdy


  • (n) a sheer stiff muslin


  1. For young girls' party dresses printed batiste, organdy, and lawn are youthful and appropriate fabrics.
  2. The embroidered Swiss organdy gown and matching hat she wore to her 1961 nuptials were the culmination of years of practice.
  3. Exports of organdy rose from 35,000 yds.


  • Zoom on Resort: Acne, Prabal Gurung, and More

    Acne's resort 2014 collection mixed night and day elements in an odd way that worked. There were electric-blue suede flatforms with plenty of utilitarian straps paired with fluid satin gowns knotted haphazardly at the knee; silk gazar bustiers worn over a cotton-organdy parka and matching trousers. The most striking part ... More »
    on June 11, 2013     Source: New York Magazine

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