6 FUN WAYS TO ACCESSORIZE EMBROIDERED SAREES

Embroidered sarees are recognized all around the world as the most iconic symbol of the Indian fashion industry. This six yard long garment is created with many types of materials and styled with a number of embellishments and prints to bring out its character. Furthermore, the way you drape your saree and pin up the pallu enhances the look of the outfit even more. One of the best ways to boost your ethnic saree look is by accessorizing it the right way. Earrings, bangles, shoes, purses/clutches and belts are some of the best accessories to complete your look. Accessories are a matter of personal taste. Not only do they help bring out your sense of style and beauty but they

WHY ARE EMBROIDERED SAREES POPULAR EVEN IN TODAY’S WORLD OF DESIGNER WEARS?

Embroidery has been an integral part of the fabric saga that one has witnessed in many forms which displays true craftsmanship. It showcases skilful use of threads in array of colours, wires, mirrors or beads with a needle which expertly fixes these adornments on the fabric and transforms it from ordinary to extraordinary. Be it any fabric, embroidery makes it stand out, adding style and grace which lends charm and beauty to its wearer. There is no denying the fact that embroidered fabric has been the part of any culture and civilization since the times bygone and it is the unique skill and expertise which has held our attention towards this artistry. Indian history of attires has been rich and

Everything You Want to Know about the Kantha Embroidery of West Bengal

West Bengal has the oldest tradition of the popular embroidery with the thread, named as the Kantha Stitch. This mighty state of India has enjoyed the global reputation for its fine muslin weaves from Dhaka. The muslin cloth was woven in the plain pattern with white cotton threads and opaque patterns. The muslin material is used for weaving of the Kantha Sarees. The intricate designs of the muslin sarees were created by the stitching threads, all over the body. The borders and the pallus were stitched with the patterns and motifs of leaf, stem, and cypress. Even silk threads are sometimes used to give the designs a glittery look. In fact, the silk-based stitches give a shady effect to the

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