Crêpe

A structure is defined as the way in which the thread in a textile product (knitted fabrics, woven fabric or braid) are weaved. The appearance and consistency in the product and properties such as strength and ductility are determined by the binding.Crape or crepe is a silk, wool, or polyester fabric of a gauzy texture, having a peculiar crisp or crimpy appearance. There are two distinct varieties of the textile, the first one is a soft, Canton, or Oriental crape, and the second one is hard or crisped crape. Thin crêpe is called crêpe de Chine .  Canton crapes are used, either white or colored, for scarves and shawls, bonnet trimmings, etc. The crisp and elastic structure of hard crape is produced by processes through which the gauze passes after it is woven.
Georgette
Georgette is a sheer, lightweight, dull-finished crêpe fabric named after the early 20th century French dressmaker Georgette de la Plante.  Modern georgette is often made of synthetic filament yarns, even though it was originally made from silk, and later rayon or rayon blends. The thing that makes georgette fabric distinctive is the crinkly crepe-light texture, which feels slightly rough and dull, but gives the fabric a bouncy, flowing look.  It is known to be springier and less lustrous than the closely related chiffon. The crepe-like texture of georgette fabric makes it very springy, so that the fabric almost appears to move on its own. It is plain or tabby woven, and is made with highly twisted yarns like other crepes. The threads used in georgette fabric are highly twisted, which causes them to crinkle as they relax. The weave of georgette tends to be rather tight, but the overall appearance is slightly sheer, since the threads are very thin. Unlike some fine silks, georgette fabric is also unusually strong, and it holds up well to varied wear. Since silk is highly absorbent, georgette fabric can easily be dyed in a myriad of colors, or printed with a pattern.  Georgette  is used for blouses, dresses, evening gowns, and trimmings. Since georgette fabric is thin, it is also lightweight, and can be used as a layer in a larger garment without being heavy or bulky. Many fabric stores carry georgette fabric in a range of colors and prints for various projects. Department stores also carry clothing and drapery made from georgette. High load seams may be doubled to ensure that the fabric does not unravel. Because georgette fabric is textured and slightly slippery, it can be difficult to sew.