Thursday 18 August 2022

Sourcing Versatile Fabrics Made Easy ft Fabcurate

“Fit is everything. I don’t care what your body type is like: 
If you’re not wearing clothes that fit you, you can’t have style.”
— Stacy London

The quote above totally resonates my styling mantra that emphasizes the importance of exquisite clothing in enhancing one's physical appearance. Though majority of modern generation might plump for readymade garments as those are readily available in varied choices, designs, and patterns; but there is a large chuck of population that still tilts towards tailored clothing where you can always have a say in even the minute details of making of your garment and flaunt your fit inch by inch.

For those who fall in second category like me, and are keen to explore versatile fabrics, we've got you covered. If you’ve not heard me talk about Fabcurate earlier, this is an online fabric supplier platform based in Surat, serving a nationwide community of talented artisans. They have a selection of over thousands different fabrics from over hundreds of wholesale suppliers, which serves as an impressive library to source fabrics from.

While you may find tons of recommendations for branded physical stores for dress materials, I highly recommend you to have a thorough hunt at this digi-market and trust me, you won't be disappointed.

As the festive season is in full swing and it makes a fab excuse to buy new clothes to get dolled up, I've handpicked some gorgeous pieces to upgrade my wardrobe very thoughtfully and get the most snazzy ethnic ensembles curated for special occasions.

Here I enlist some of my favourite gems for dress materials you would certainly love-

If you are planning for an alluring attire in Chanderi fabric, the bigger motifs are the best bet. A huge selection of quirky patterns, digital prints, geometric prints and dyeable fabrics is offered that can be your smartest fashion inns for this year. From Kurtis to skirts, dresses to tops, lehanga to saris - everything looks ravishing in Chanderi.

Raw Silk:
One of the smooth and delicate form of fabric that can easily be woven into different types of clothing items. Opt for the solid, printed, embroidered or checkered one - the garment made of raw silk can make for a gorgeous attire in any case.

Sequins Georgette Fabric:

Georgette fabric is durable, stronger, lightweight and a choice for younger women as its easy to carry. The beauty of a printed georgette fabric can be taken to next level when it's embellished with beads and sequins. The sparkle of sequins is quite voguish this year. Bright colours and neutrals both styles are getting an extra kick with all that glitters.

Yet another most loved fabric of younger girls is Organza. Who doesn't love its stunning sheer! The translucent fabric reflects light beautifully and the attire looks so dreamy with matching accessories. Definitely a must have!

Fabcurate also gives its customers the choice to get their favourite designs printed on the fabric of their choice. Wow! Isn't it mind blowing to get your custom fabric printed with your own design to create something totally unique..

The best part is that they've an exclusive Men's Section wherein you may find premium quality fabrics for suiting, shirting, kurtas, sherwanis etc for casual wear, work wear or party wear. Don't miss out on Home Furnishing section to aesthetically beautify your space.

Fabcurate has become my go-to digital fabric marketplace coz they efficiently address the needs of an independent customer as well as emerging fashion designers. No minimum order quantity, easy reordering process, effective searching and filtering and competent prices are their distinguished USPs.

So what are you waiting for? Just explore the website to find practically everything that exists in fabric industry!


  1. Those fabrics look really pretty! This is a nice read. :)

  2. I like those fabrics! It is great that people can do such beautiful things by hand. I'll send this article to my aunt. She loves crafting.

  3. Finding beautiful products is so important. One must really know their sources

  4. These are nice fabrics. I don't know much about different type of fabrics. Thanks for sharing

  5. This is interesting, it look nice and I like the colors of them as well. Thank you for sharing!

  6. Nnniiiiccceeee...I have a good feeling about the Organza fabric.

  7. These are some lovely and versatile fabrics. Thank you for sharing them with us.

  8. Organza is so lovely! And the more versatility something has, the better it is in my book.

  9. I really liked the Organza Fabric. It's so cool!!


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