Dyeable Handloom Banarasi Pure Georgette Tussar Meenakari Saree
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When you think of bridal wear, you think of banarasi. When you think of occasion wear, festive wear, special dressing, you think of banarasi; such is the flavor and flamboyance of these sarees. Made in Varanasi, they are characterized by intricate intertwining floral and foliate motifs, kalga and bel and a string of upright leaves at the outer edge of border. These sarees in addition to its beauty manages to evoke a feeling of nostalgia for every woman. It reminds one of their mothers, aunt and grandmothers donned in banarasis on very special occasions. Managing to garner appreciation since so many generations and being favorite till today is an exceptional feat by the artisans and Banarasi saree. Come; let us renew our special bond with these sarees only from the treasure trove of Banarasi saree at Luxurion World.
FABRIC: Georgette is a sheer fabric and is traditionally made from silk.This fabric looks thin and is lightweight in nature. It is strong and more durable. Since this fabric has draping property it is not easy to sew it. Using of needles on this fabric spoils the fabric material by leaving needles holes on the material. So avoid using pins on this fabric. Georgette fabric is mostly used in formal women wear to give a fabulous chic look.It is easy to maintain but hard to stitch and sew. Due to its thin texture, the fabric is also used as a layer in a larger garment without adding to the weight of the overall costume or giving out a bulky look.
FABRIC: The fabric is also cooler than the other varieties and is a lot more porous, therefore, breathable. Being cooler than the other varieties of Silk makes Tussar extremely wearable in warmer parts of the world. Tussar silk has shorter fibres, which makes it less durable. It has a dull gold sheen.
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