Silk has always been a popular fabric yarn in all corners of India where mulberry and other forms of silk-matching Muga, Eri, Tussar are cultivated. Traditionally silk handloom sarees have always been used for special occasions like marriages, traditional fetes and as nuptial togs. Presently parties, important social events, mass-market functions have also run those exclusive occasions meant for the use of silk handlooms.
North or South, East or West, Silk is always the trim, is the belief of every Indian woman with the backing of age-old tradition which considers it as a fabric material of immaculacy from God’s times.
Let’s see which corner of India offers what for the lady who likes her silks.
South Handloom Silks are prominent for their soft sensation, rich thread work, entrancing motifs and patterns, and distinction borders in a wide range of vibrant colours. No South Indian marriage or anniversary function is possible, yea now, without the Silk Pattu sarees being on display. The husband, the women in the family, kinsmen, guests who attend, all appear in their resplendent silk sarees of different manners or traditional styles. It’s a fine display of new incarnations of designs, patterns, colours and adorning features like zardozi, ari, gota and other forms of embroidery, Kundan work, glasswork, chamki work etc.
The fall of fashion outfits and trends is like vast laying an array of fashion ensembles and embellishments from western wear to the elegant choice of ethic cum traditional wears like Salwar Suits, Anarkalis, Shararas, Lehengas and the most protean outfit-The Sarees.
We just can not deny the fact that sarees do play a dominant place in the fashion field. They’re considered as an evergreen outfit for their versatility, funniness and texture. Enhancing the beauty of every woman around the globe, the resplendence of a handloom saree is truly only. From the innovators to the classic silk, these drapes have been a friendly part of a women’s wardrobe
A heavily accentuated Kanchipuram Silk saree would look intoxicating when draped and at the same time, handling one would be a serious task and that’s why Soft Silk Sarees have grown an all-time pet for now’s generation which is simple and easy to model and direct.
They’re universally known for their light, flowy drape and fall and are always considered as a locum tenens for Kanchipuram Sarees. As the term suggests, soft-silks are named because of the weakness of the weave and are wholly protean due to the medley of colours and designs they come near.
Contrary to the fancy, the silk that’s used in weaving a soft silk saree is the same as that of a Kanchipuram silk. The divagation lies in strengthening the saree. The kanjivaram silk is heavily starched for it to be draped in a specific way, whereas a soft silk saree isn’t heavily starched. Their light, simple drape nature makes it easier to manage and also handy to parade it for an entire day.
They don’t just come in a range of designs and colours but are also really cost-effective and that’s why these sarees have grown to be one of the first choices for women who dress up for any traditional event at their plant or at personalized gatherings.
Be it a personalized or a social gathering, a mass-market event or just a visit to the kirk on an auspicious occasion, the millennials are fast figuring for soft silks to grace these occasions. Experimenting with the last fashion looks with these drapes could be a fascinating task to juvenile millennials. For illustration, you can sport an Indo-racial look by pairing this saree with a hyperbolized full-sleeved blouse for a jocund occasion, or a sleeveless blouse or a jacket with the same saree for a house party. There are a plethora of options and trends to choose from.