5 Unique Silk Mark Sarees That Can Steal Your Heart
Trust me I have been up to the major expectation of what to do and what not when it comes to silks. The amazing collections we have in our inventory is not less but who does not crave for more. So my hunt for new type of silk mark saree collections continues even in this pandemic.
Yes, in this lockdown what I have kept myself busy with is looking for new variety of sarees. Specially the silk mark certified ones. There are silk sarees of variety kinds but the pure and the refined ones are too my great likings.
Finally my search is over for the upcoming year and I will like to conduct a poll? Yes, a serious poll on if my choices of these five silk mark variety of sarees are the next that you will like to see in my inventory. Will you like us to take you on a quick ride with our newly chosen silk mark sarees that we love to make online soon.
One of the best handloom sarees made up of pure mulberry silk and zari. The Dharmavaram silk sarees are made in Andhra Pradesh. They are are the conventional temple arees that are also called as the cousins of Kanjeevaram.
Ilkal Silk Sarees
One of the popular silk mark saree collection ranging from the heart of Bagalkot district in Karnataka and have their own exclusive styling technique. Theni is one of the exclusive skill that makes this saree one of a kind where the body of the saree is attached to the pallu with a series of loops.
Garad Silk Sarees
One of the most common connection between Bengal and saree lovers is this sarees with piety. The reason is, the silk fabric used for these sarees are not dyed and are traditionally red and white. Mostly woven in Murshidabad in West Bengal.
Pochampally Silk Sarees
Pochampally silk sarees comes with geometric shapes dyed on this unique silk fabric. These sarees comes with traditional patterns are one of the prestigious collection to have in the closet.
Patan Patola Silk Sarees
Well known Gujarati sarees comes heavily ornamented with floral designs. You will find them woven intricately, and these sarees are priceless. They are light and easy to wear for daily use.
- What will you vote for Dharmavaram Silks?
- Will you like to choose Ilkal SIlks?
- Is Garad Silk one of your choice?
- Pochampally Silks can be the next?
- Might we have Patan Patola Silks in our kitty?
Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.
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