As luxurious as it seems, the art of brocade has transcended from the age old era of opulence and royalty. Conceptualized as a naksha (design) on paper first, the nakshabandha (designer) translates the design on Banarasi silk weaves, using fine gauze or gold or silver threads with immaculate precision into patterns that range from artistic elaboration to minimalistic intricacy. Romance with royalty in your outfit daily.
|Material||100% Mulberry Silk|
|Weight||100-120 Grams Per Meter|
|Width||44 inches | 111 cms|
|Wash Care||Dry Clean Only.|
|Feel||Soft , Smooth and lustrous|
|Usage||Brocade fabrics are mostly for bridal wear, upholstery and draperies. They are also used for evening and formal clothing, for vestments, as well as for historical costumes and accessories. In India, Banarasi Brocade Fabrics are extensively used for women's fashion in the form of Sarees, Dress Materials and Dupattas.|
|Disclaimer||Slight difference in color from visible product image is possible. Silk is a natural product and, therefore, will always have a small amount of natural flaws, therefore, particularly for dressmaking, it is always advisable to order a little bit more than you actually need.|