In modern days fashion is not about gloominess or wearing boring traditional sarees. It is all about interpreting the traditional look into a modern way. Moreover, most of the fashion designers also focus more on the aesthetic appeal of these trendy sarees. Buying traditional fabric is considered as a weird move if you soon will attend any party or wedding ceremonies. So, generally, we can see that buyers avail for trendy fabrics like net embroidered fabric if they wish to stitch clothes for their wedding ceremonies. Unlike the usual cotton or silk kind of sarees, net embroidered sarees, on the other hand, are building of see through material that helps them to look glamorous as well as beautiful. Net is actually a fabric where the embroidered are incorporated as well as patterns are intersected beautifully through making small holes. Though this is actually not a traditional Indian saree but it introduced here by the western traders. Initially, this fabric was particularly used to create dupattas or veils but gradually it evolved as one of the most chosen fabric in creating designer sarees. Continue reading Look Glamorous In Appealing Net Embroidered Sarees
It is believed globally that Kanchipuram Silk sarees are the most superior kind of silk sarees in the world. This sari is not only beautiful but also considered to be very expensive too. The sari is originated in Kanchipuram at Tamil Nadu and also this saree is one of the most favourite among the bridal women. Kanchipuram Silk Sarees in India stands up unique when compared to other silk sarees as this sari is hand woven and also because of its purity. But it is really important that you also know to identify the authentic Kanchipuram Silk Sarees so that you don’t get bluffed by the seller. Continue reading Essential Factors to Identify Authentic Kanchipuram Silk Saree
Handloom Sarees no doubt can bring wonder to your wardrobe and also is one of the richest textiles in the Indian culture. Handloom sarees which are found in either cotton or silk fabric is not only making you look classy but also apt to upgrade your fashion statement. So, to maintain the tradition and authenticity it is must that you also owe a handloom saree.
We definitely like handloom sarees but do we know how it is weaved? How the labour makes effort to make the handloom sarees? On an average more than three people required to weave one handloom saree. The saree actually takes 3-4 days to get completed. Mostly the weavers run a small scale business and weave the sarees in their home only. While the patterns or the embroidered work is done through a jacquard machine. Continue reading Stay Stylish and Gorgeous With Exquisite Handloom Sarees
Cotton draperies have been a hot favourite of fabric lovers all across the globe. Alike all other things the common masses do have a certain level of misconception in relation to this form of fabric as well. Discussed below is a distinguished detail of the reality that surrounds these myths.
Myths are a part of and parcel of every possible sphere of our daily lives. You will hardly come across a genre deprived of the clutches of irrelevant and yes a few relevant myths as well. The world of casual cotton fabrics is something that needs to be included in the same as well. Well, its time to separate a few myths from the actual reality and get an idea of the benefits and drawbacks of a cotton fabric as a whole. Continue reading Myth vs. Reality – A Take on the Truth of Cotton Apparels