Choose a royal look for the upcoming event and make heads turn with your regal style statement. When we talk about going ethnic, nothing works best as the authentic Indian handlooms! Going back to our roots and enriching into the traditional designs can work wonders. Embracing an original Indian avatar is the coolest thing to do and never goes out of trend!
Since India is the land of festivals and never ending family functions, women here are always on a look out for something special to add to their wardrobe. I am no exception! Although, I am not a big fan of shopping as I feel it is an endless process, online shopping comes to my rescue! Half of my wardrobe is filled with online stuff and why not? When you get to explore authentic fabrics from across the country! I feel it is the best possible option available for us today!
One such portal is Jharonka, I explored their collection and instantly fell for the beautiful intricate designs that they proudly flaunt. The royalty and richness of the original hand woven fabrics exudes a striking charm. Here are a few original types of handloom sarees, you can I can explore.
Banarasi Sarees are one of the most popular ones around the country. It is because of its texture that women fall for it easily. The designs and zari borders add the touch of royalty to it. From festive wear to regular evening wear, these sarees never fail to mesmerize. The bridal reds are one of my favourites among all.
With sheer gorgeousness and crafting brilliance, Chanderi Sarees are known as The Princess of Handloom Weaves. These sarees are stylish and feature traditional as well as contemporary designs. The motif work on the special handwoven Silk Cotton Chanderi Saree is what charmed me the most. This regal blue colour along with the golden zari pattern makes this saree an elegant evening party wear.
Almost every woman in India is definitely aware and is in awe of the beauty of Kanjeevaram Sarees. Original Kanjeevaram Sarees are made by joining three significant parts i.e. the Pallua, the border and the main body of the fabric. Yes, these three parts are weaved separately and are usually put together in a very strong weave. Authentic Indian Kanjeevaram Sarees use only pure zari. These sarees are best for festive occasions and weddings! This Handloom Silk Kota Saree with Kanjeevaram Border is one of the sarees I certainly wish to have in my wardrobe!
The amazing patterns and classic designs of royal Maheshwari sarees will surely steal your heart. This rich looking lime green Maheswari saree certainly stole mine! I can’t really take my eyes off its beautiful prints that are clean and elegant. Sophistication to its core, just what is needed when you have to adorn a semi-formal look!
There are many more authentic Indian handlooms including Paithani, Begumpur and Pochampally Ikkat available on Jharonka. You also get to explore an interesting collection of hand woven duppatas and stoles!
So, this was all about handlooms! do you also adore Indian Handlooms? Are you a fan of handloom sarees and materials? Let me know if you love to go ethnic, the original Indian way! 🙂 Hope this article helped you to learn more about authentic Indian weaves and handlooms! Do comment below and let me know!
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