Jaipurdharohar are leading wide range of handloom stuffs .This Jaipuri Hand Block Printed Cotton Saree With Blouse – SC1003 is made from cotton fabric and is available in attractive colours. Cotton the most popular fabric for sarees, forms an integral part of Indian fashion. Embraced by women across the globe, they are elegant and extremely comfortable. Cotton sarees are pocket friendly too. India the land of culture and crafts has been known to the world for its magnificent textile arts since ages. It will not be wrong to say that the World history of Textiles is incomplete without the mention of India and the Indian traditional textiles. Records of textiles once imported from our country and now reserved in the museums worldwide itself suggest the captivating grandeur of Indian textile pieces.The sensibilities of nature and emotions bestowed in the textile pieces by Indian artists have always fascinated courts and royalty in India as well as in foreign lands.The saree is a suitable amalgamation of style with the grace that is required from an ethnic wear. You can wear it to casual occasions as well as make it a part of your festive wear. Radiant ,eye catching and elegant. Great for casual wear. Explore the collection of exquisite designed saree. Each piece is magnificently crafted and will surely add to your wardrobe. The saree comes with a 90 cm separate blouse piece which is of the same shade as that of saree. It is unstitched and can be altered according to your desired style and fit. Pair this saree with a clutch and a pair of fashion sandals or any casual footwear of your choice for a casual look when dressing up . You can also pair it with a pair of earrings and bangles when adorning this outfit for a festive occasion. Length is 5.5m and 90 cm blouse.
- This product is block printed and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process.
- Jaipuri Hand Block Printed Cotton Saree With Blouse – SC1003 Printing Process – Many printers use wooden blocks on which the design has been carved. These blocks are dipped in paste of colour and then pressed on the fabric, so that coloured pattern is produced on the fabric.