Handloom cotton sarees

A delightful treasure box of the textile yards from the house of Samyakk - Handloom cotton sarees

A Glance on the Blissful Comfy Handloom Cotton Silk Saree

Handloom cotton sarees

A natural fibre is known to be the king of textiles. They are most preferred clothing material due to their light weight and breathable characteristics to wear all day long. These handloom sarees will never go out of fashion and are always ranked for the pleasing texture and skin friendly tactility. They have good dye affinity to withstand wear and tear, hence allowing designers to set trends by incorporating embroideries to elevate the hierarchy in the ethnic fashion terrene.

Handloom cotton sarees are generally woven using manually operated looms. India is the house for more than 15,000 handloom manufacturing units all across the country. These sarees can fit in any occasion due to their indigenous ample spectrum of diversity in hues, embellishments, texture and fall of drape. Each variety bestows an aura and composes phenomenal dexterity. A few diversified assortments of these unique blends are:

  • Pure Handloom Cotton Saree: The sarees which are made of pure cotton yarns, enhanced with prints and embroidery. The pure cotton indigo dyed block printed saree and kalamkari printed sarees are the trending in the ethnic fashion cult.
  • Cotton Silk Sarees: Cotton silk/Silk cotton sarees are made using pure cotton yarns which are woven along with the zari and silk yarns. These sarees mostly come in gold colour with contrast border and pallu with zari enhanced motifs.
  • Kora cotton saree: Kora is the term often used for organza; kora cotton sarees are manufactured using the organza/kora as a background on which cotton yarns are woven in the specified pattern along with the surface decoration creating the transparent texture.
  • Doriya Cotton saree:  Doriya cotton saree is manufactured in Kota, Rajasthan and Mau in U.P. The distinguishing feature of the saree is woven in pit loom that produces the small square checks pattern which has high strength and light in weight.
  • Chanderi cotton saree: Chanderi cotton named after the town called Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh. These sarees are produced using tri set of yarns like pure silk, silk cotton and chanderi cotton. The sarees are known for the finest quality and the brocade pattern.
  • Jute cotton saree:  Jute cotton saree as the name indicates the saree made of jute and cotton yarns forming the uneven surface, coarse texture and matte finish on which the required surface decoration is elaborated.

Samyakk, a designer studio based in Bengaluru compiles these handloom cotton sarees incorporated with enrichments of prints, zari weave, gota, zardozi, dori, sequins, stone, pitta, badla, bead, lace and applique motifs enhancing the six yards aesthetically. Get ready to lead and become the ethnic poise fabric and shop hundreds of varieties of cotton silk sarees from Samyakk. The online website www.samyakk.com showcases the collection online providing services to India, Canada, Australia, USA and UK with 100% quality assurance.