SOFT SILK SAREE FOR WOMEN BY WTW
Fabric. :-Heavy Vichitra silk
Work :- Beautiful Heavy Embroidery Lace Work With latkan
Weight :-0.500 Grm
*👚blouse * 👚
Fabric. :-Heavy Mono Banglory Fabric
Work :-Full Embroidery Heavy 7 Mm With Thread Work
Cute. :-0.80 Cm(un-stiched)
A Saree and blouse in a storage bag.
Product Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only
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Traditional attire is an embodiment of Indian culture and heritage, with a rich history that dates back centuries. The drape of a saree, which is a quintessential ethnic wear, is an art form in itself, with countless draping styles that vary from region to region. The silk fabric, often adorned with intricate embroidery and zari work, is a hallmark of Indian clothing and adds a touch of luxury to any occasion.
The border and pallu of a saree are often embellished with unique designs and patterns, and the blouse, which is worn with the saree, comes in a variety of styles and designs, from simple and elegant to bold and contemporary. Handloom and weaving techniques are used to create fabrics such as Banarasi and Kanjeevaram, while tie and dye and Bandhani techniques result in colorful and vibrant patterns.
Accessories such as jewelry and footwear complete the look, and occasions such as weddings, festivals, and celebrations often call for the grandest of traditional attire. Bollywood fashion has also played a significant role in popularizing sarees and inspiring modern twists on the traditional drape.
The versatility of sarees is reflected in the variety of fabrics and styles available, from net sarees to Chikankari and linen sarees, and from half sarees to designer sarees with intricate details such as sequin work, beadwork, and stone work. The blouse designs are also ever-evolving, with off-shoulder blouses, high-neck blouses, and backless blouses adding contemporary flair.
Saree draping hacks and regional sarees, such as the Bengali saree and Maharashtrian saree, highlight the diversity of Indian culture, while modern twists on the saree, such as saree with pants, crop tops, and jackets, cater to the changing fashion trends.
Prints inspired by nature, architecture, art, mythology, geometry, tribal art, pop art, and graphic design add a unique touch to sarees, while techniques such as block printing and digital printing result in bold and vibrant designs. Embroidery motifs, patchwork motifs, traditional motifs, modern motifs, folk art, vintage art, and contemporary art add depth and character to sarees.
Sarees with prints inspired by calligraphy, typography, scriptures, quotes, poetry, song lyrics, movies, historical figures, and contemporary personalities showcase the diversity of Indian art and culture. With endless options to choose from, traditional attire truly captures the essence of Indian fashion and style.
– WOMEN TRADITIONAL WEAR [ WTW ]