Sarangi Handwoven Maheshwari Silk-Cotton Saree - 1403747BLU
- Weaves of Rehwa
This handwoven silk-cotton sari in cornflower blue exhibits nuances of green. Blue signifies strength and stability. The hibiscus red border on both ends is textured and defined by a gold stripe. Red stands for energy and power. The flamboyant pallu is ablaze with slender stripes in red flecked with shimmering gold and flanked by wider stripes on either side.
|Ships in||2 Days|
|Exchange||Within 7 Days|
|Border Color Top||Red|
|Border Color Bottom||Red|
|Border Width Top (In Inch)||3.5 Inch|
|Border Width Bottom (In Inch)||3.5 Inch|
|Blouse Width (In Cm)||75 cm|
|Zari Grade||Half fine Zari|
|Wash Care||Dry Wash|
These silk-cotton, handloom products are woven in and around Maheshwar in central India. Their essence is in the combination of silk in warp and cotton in weft, with a hint of zari in the borders and pallus, which make them ideal for all seasons and occasions. Known for their vibrant colours in the body and pallus, these are lightweight and are popular for their reversible borders and indigenous motifs (buttis).
At Sarangi we curate sarees, accessories and fabrics having contemporary design aesthetics and deep-rooted artisanal values, from around the country.
When you shop at Sarangi, you express your preference for "slow fashion" as opposed to fast fashion; you show that you lean towards "classics" over trendy designs; and also make evidence of your fine taste. Sarangi is created with you in mind.