Wednesday, 03 March 2010 11:00
Busting the Myth that Silk Fabric ClingsWritten by d'Italia
I’m setting out to dispel that myth that silk clings. Time and time again, we have ladies walking in, terrified to go near silk, thinking that it’s going cling and show off all those lumps and bumps. This is actually not true. There is a bit of truth in it that cheap silk will cling. Cheap silk fabric behaves like polyester so it will go static, and clings when you don’t want it to." This video explains the myth of silk clinging, and shows some great example with tips and hints.
"However, good silk satin, what we have here at d’Italia, won’t cling. It sits nicely on the body and moves around freely and it will not go static. Another big point is, with a quality dress, we always line, so there is no fear that any lumps and bumps are going to be showing. Always, with a good silk satin, static clings won’t happen." - Suzanna, d'Italia