Shadesatin is a type of satin that has a very high thread count and is difficult to make because it's spun from very fine threads of silver to make a high gloss sheen. It holds color well and is called shadesatin because it tends to create shadows in the fabric depending on the light in the area.
This exquisite and lustrous cloth is woven from silk, the layers of delicate fibers creating a medium weight fabric that has a smooth finish and sumptuous high-gloss sheen. Dramatic shadows dance across the material's surface, their size and shape dependant on the amount and type of light in the area.
This material is required to be provided for alterations.