South Indian Sarees
BEHIND THE WEAVES-SOUTH INDIAN SAREES
So after hopping around for sarees of different states I was well and truly overwhelmed, and decided to blitz around south Indian sarees.
If you also vow by saree for your bridal look, I would suggest you to give a serious thought to some of the best variants of South India. First to look at was one of the “Queen of Silk” i.e Kanchipuram silk also known as Kanjeevaram silk. The sarees are made using mulberry silk. Mostly Kanchipuram sarees come in bright colors and wide borders where the Pallu and border are woven separately and then interlocked together.
Second in the line goes Gadwal silk produced in a small town of Andhra Pradesh, the fabric is either silk or cotton, or a blend of two. The striking blend between the silk and cotton has produced the trend of Sico sarees which has earned a huge popularity.The saree gets its identity from pure Zari (a silver thread encrusted with gold) embroidery and patterns of birds and animals. Peacocks, horses, parrots, elephant, etc. are some of the patterns that adorn the heavy gold-brocaded pallu and borders. Tribal motifs as well as traditional themes drawing inspiration from the Pallava temples and palaces, scenes from epics like Ramayana and the Mahabharata etc. are also weaved on the saree, giving it an ageless,traditional look.
Next we have is the famous patola sarees of gujrat,which have a long and rich cultural history.Special skill and expertise is required in spinning,weaving and dying of a patola ikkat saree in pure silk which is an art form.It requires a special tie and dye technique which includes only natural colors for this dying process.It takes a long and tedious process of extreme skill to make these sarees extremely eco-friendly.A patola ikkat saree is considered to be a prized possession for every women,so next time you are willing to buy sarees go for this royal,grandeur saree that spell out elegance and grace.
Uppada the name of a small beach town in Andhra Pradesh is the place where the fine uppada silk sarees are produced.This classic silk sarees holds rich color and textures which involves intricate handwork and excellent skill of the artisans.This saree includes jamdani weaving techniqueIt approximately takes a week for a weaver to weave one uppada saree,but if the work includes intricate patterns and zari work then it takes more than twenty days to complete one single uppada silk saree.With the gorgeous look and light weight,uppada silk sarees are among the most expensive silk sarees.
Samyakk,one of the leading online shopping site can best showcase the trend in all its beauty weaved magic.Reviving weaves in some of their most urbane and beautiful forms they present a wide range of variety.Starting of with some minimal colors,their collection is also blasted with colors into some really beautiful and gorgeous silk sarees.Their collection includes various categories of South Indian sarees mentioned above .If being so old-school isn’t your cup of tea,take cues from modern designs here in Samyakk.The focus of Samyakk on silk sarees can be incorporated in special occasions.Hmmm…humming the tune with excitement?For girls,shopping for your wedding,well,let’s admit,is as exciting as the wedding itself.You must have saved more than 100 pictures from Pinterest and other popular fashion shows in your mind,but in reality finding the perfect silk saree that suits your idea will be like looking for a needle in the haystack.So here in Samyakk you will find yourself romancing age old zari in fine silk and the heritage South Indian sarees in all the bright and vibrant colors are outstanding and will evoke that strong sense of emotion that a women will experience.You should also visit to shop for reception and any other glamorous formal event.The marriage between simplistic design and elegant looks, is going to make it a key brand worn during the year round.The incredibly gorgeous collection of Samyakk will make you fall in love with South Indian silk sarees.