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A project that has become a staple of Chinese-Australian weddings has become the latest trend.
Shantong fabric is a fabric with a soft, fibrous, and stretchy texture.
It can be found in almost every type of wedding dress and the shantongs are made of a mix of cotton and silk.
Shanty silk has been traditionally woven by hand, but it has been popularised recently by the use of a laser to create silk yarn.
The silk yarn is then spun into silk fabric, which is then wrapped around the head of the bride and the groom.
It’s not unusual for the bride to receive an entire shantonga silk shawl from her bridal party.
Shants are made from cotton, silk and a mix and match of other fabrics.
The fabric is stretched outwards to form a shant, a rectangular shape, with the top part being slightly higher than the bottom.
It is then tied up and pinned in place to create the shanty.
The wedding dress can be worn as a veil or headdress, depending on the shape of the shanghong.
Shantongs come in a range of different lengths and styles, from short to long, so it’s important to pick the size and shape that suits your own personal preference.
You can see how the wedding dress is made here: