Look Elegant Yet Fashionable With This Ingenious Blend Of Kosa Silk And South Indian Weaves.
This fusion collection of Kosa Silk with South Indian weaves is an innovative offering from the house of Aprudha. This is an imaginative amalgamation of weaves from Central India and South India, designed for the silk lovers to add both the crafts together in their wardrobe.
The base of the saree is in Kosa Silk and motifs are woven in South Indian weaves which enhancing the appearance of the Kosa Silk Saree. These sarees are rich in texture, light in weight sits well on the body.
Kosa silk is a Sanskrit name of Tussar Silk. It is obtained from cocoons especially on Arjun, sal, or saja trees. The manufacturing process of Kosa silk is quite time-consuming and complicated due to the rarity of Kosa worm. The process of making a Kosa Silk Saree may take about two to five days. This type of silk is known for its rich texture and delicate nature, considered an ideal fabric to be worn for special occasions.
Here are the specifications
|Fabric||Kosa Silk Saree
|Length and Width||6 meters, 47 inches|
|Blouse Piece||1 meter same color as saree
|Weave style||Handwoven/ blend of Raigarh Weave and South Indian Weave|
|Description||This six yards of iron-grey is a classic style, ideal to wear for special occasions. The base color is in iron grey color woven in Raigarh weave, decorated with sunshine buti all-over in red silk thread. The border is composed of sunshine buti concluded by the temple motif in red silk thread and the Pallu is adorned with all-over intricate sunshine butis in red silk thread.|
- Dry wash
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