My fabrics have a story. They are just not fabrics to make kurtas or dresses, they speak about my taste, preference & style. Therefore, I’m very conscious of what I buy. Simply put, it has to say my story. Fabcurate helps there perfectly. This is my second collaboration with the brand and I am gung ho about it.
About Fabcurate | Review
Fabcurate is a spunky online fabric store. It is a house of beautiful fabrics that leaves you in a spell. They have everything that you can need to look your best.
What I love about Fabcurate
The ease of finding fabrics and getting exactly what is shown in the pictures is what I love the most about the store. There is no doubt about what will eventually land at my door. The fabrics are nicely packed in a clothed bag, secured and couriered. Everything reaches in 3-4 days. In my hectic work and personal schedules, I get to browse, select and get my hands on irresistible fabrics on a quick mode. Most of my shopping happens at night when I am relaxed and in a good space to shop. Gone are the days when I would stroll through stores looking for fabrics. It’s the online age now for me because of the convenience it provides. And Fabcurate wins the heart with its collection, quality and commitment to customer delight.
Collections available at Fabcurate
You name it and they have it!
- From plain to printed to organic, there is something for everyone.
- Cotton, georgette, rayon, silk, jacquard, pashmina, muslin, lycra, denim and the list goes on…
- Ajrakh, shibori, kantha, handloom, Banarasi, Ikat, bandhani, dabu, tie & dye, kalamkari …
- Functional wear, traditional wear, causal wear, party wear, there is a fabric for every occasion.
- They have beautiful sarees, accessories, furnishings and semi stitched suits as well.
- Their collection gets updated frequently ensuring we have ample choices every time we browse through.
What I ordered
Aah I still can’ get over what I ordered. It’s a delight to see the fabrics again and again.
Pairing it with this hand printed dupatta which has shades of the same colour scattered over. This picture is from the boutique.
- Byzantium Purple Texture Booti Sequins Digital Print Poly Muslin Fabric
My party needs get answered. I mean look at the colour and the booti sequins. I don’t want my suits to be decked up but have a character and an appeal. The fabric is blessed by a gracious fall. I’m imagining myself inside it already. It’s gone for stitching. I’ll adorn it with a multi coloured dupatta and just sizzle through.
- Crimson Red And Sapphire Blue Traditional Pattern Handblock Kalamkari Cotton Fabric
With this fabric, I’ll wear the heritage of my country literally on my sleeves. Red and blue is a match made in heaven, just that I’ll walk on Earth. Loving every bit of this fabric. A summer evening, coffee, friends and this kurta, irresistible!
- Blue And Lemon Yellow Ethnic Pattern Golden Foil Bagru Dabu Handblock Cotton Fabric
In awe of this handblock printing technique and the summer crispness it brings along. I have not worn this combination so pretty excited to see myself wrapped in hues of blue and lemon and the camaraderie they bring together.
- Indigo Floral Pattern Handblock Cotton Fabric
This is what dreamy summers are made of! Indigo blue is one my favourites. It’s too much fun wearing Indigo handblock kurtas. They are respite for summer eyes. The colour is soothing, the flowery print is gorgeous and the cotton fabric is just what I need!
My experience with the Fabcurate fabrics
Just one word: AMAZING. The sheer fun of opening the parcel and seeing Indian beauties right between my fingers made the whole experience so amazing. The fabrics were as it is shown online. Not a colour here or the texture there. The richness of fabrics and the quality makes it so worth its while. What more, the fashion designer in me comes alive and I can’t get over the multiple designs I can do with these fabrics. In this world of fast fashion, DIY’s still have the perfect charm.
I had a happy experience of shopping on the site and loved the superior quality of the fabrics.
Can’t wait to wear my DIY designs, suggest you do it too. Here is their website. Just like me, create your own designs.
Thanks Fabcurate for colouring me in Indian weaves. My traditions make me thrive and I love being dressed up in colours of my beautiful states.
Cheers to many more fabrics and DIYs!
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