Off-White, Red Border Tassar Art Silk Kanjivaram Handloom Saree
A saree is the epitome of grace and poise, going back generations and still stands as the pride of traditional Indian fashion. Pinned back or draped freely around the arm, there is no room for a faux pas.
The popular Zari work is an art of weaving threads into fabrics primarily made up of silk to create intricate patterns. It is produced by twisting a flattened metallic strip made from pure gold, silver or a metallic polyester film around a yarn made of silk, cotton, polyester, etc. The designs are so exquisite that the fabric gets an overall rich & a beautiful look. A kanjivaram silk saree is essentially the go-to outfit for weddings and any other major ethnic events. Native to the Kanchipuram region in Tamil Nadu, the handwoven silk sarees are known for their shine and fabric with rich weaves, gold borders, contrast borders, gold zari dots, patterns, etc.
They have gained fame because of their magnificence and grandeur look. When the party theme is Indian ethnic, party wear sarees naturally become the default choice. Designer sarees of many varieties, colors and fabric are specially designed to make heads turn not only at events but also at wedding ceremonies and semi-formal occasions.
Art silk is a synthetic fabric which is processed synthetically through blended cellulose fibers but in general costs less to produce. It is now a popular fabric used in a majority of ethnic outfits. This saree is too made from art silk and gives the saree a stylish look without hindering any of its aesthetic appeal. Due to the high and fragile quality of the material, dry cleaning is the best method to take care of the fabric. Especially in cases of stains, it is advisable to seek professional assistance.