SR-0016 Blue & Silver Organza Saree

SR-0016 Blue & Silver Organza Saree
SR-0016 Blue & Silver Organza Saree
$ 245

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$ 245

Color:Blue, Silver
Material:Pure Organza Silk


Organza silk featuring an elaborate cut work pallu with silver tissue appliquéd to exude the effect of silver zari and the body sprinkled with badla work, creating a starry effect.

  • 100% Pure Organza silk
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Hand woven Organza silk
  • Elaborate Pallu featuring cut work embroidery
  • Silver tissue appliqué
  • Intricate hand embroidery- Mukeish / Badla

Material: Organza Silk:

A sheer, feather-like open weave fabric that is mildly heavier and more crisp than silk gauze, organza silk is traditionally made from the continuous filament of silkworms. It has a smooth, flat finish and sports a characteristic shine, obtaining its stiffness from tightly twisted yarns. At Sakhi, organza silk finds its way into day and evening wear designs. The use of intricate hand embroidery on this preciously delicate silk makes it the epitome of elegance.

Craft: Cut Work & Badla/Mukeish Embroidery:

Whether it is for an evening out or to make one feel beautiful during the day, cut work is a form of fine needlework that complements any hour. In this form of embroidery, portions of the background fabric are cut away and the edges worked over in buttonhole stitches. The applications of this craft include bold elaborate pallus with understated borders hand embroidered with cut work, or unique combination with complementing block prints. Kerala in south India along with the Banaras and Bengal regions in north India are well known for cut work. Sakhi celebrates cut work on sarees and salwars, adding verve by infusing cut work with tissue applique, to make every occasion special. The use of metal to embellish textiles has been immensely popular since the Mughal era. Badla is one such ancient technique, where a flattened metal strip (badla) is either laid on the surface of the fabric or by employing a technique called mukesh, and embroidered through the fabric using its pointed end in place of a needle. This intricate craft recreates a starry night sky when used in combination with black flowing chiffon or flamboyant organza silk.

* Please note the blouse worn by the model is a fashion suggestion and is not available with a Sakhi saree. However, every Sakhi saree comes with complementary blouse fabric.


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