Kalpataru – Lime green handwoven Kanchipuram silk saree with hand embroidered Kutch work throughout the body crafted in two shades of green features small star motifs. The border has exquisite hand painted Kalamkari features floral crafted in multicolour along with thin zari line that has unique Rudraksham. The pallu is lime with different geometric patterns, paisley, Mayil and Rudraksham crafted in thick gold zari giving it a shiny, shimmery look to an attire .
Kanchipuram silk is known for its fine texture, durability, and natural sheen. This high-quality silk gives the sarees unique and luxurious feel and makes them exceptionally comfortable to wear.
Kutch Embroidery is a highly intricate and colorful style of needlework is renowned for its vibrant and intricate designs, which often feature motifs inspired by the local culture, such as birds, animals, and geometric patterns.
Hand- painted Kalamkari , is a traditional Indian art form that involves the meticulous hand-painting or block-printing of intricate and colorful designs on fabric, primarily cotton or silk. “kalam,” meaning pen, and “kari,” meaning craftsmanship is an art characterized by its use of natural dyes and fine detailing.
At Aavaranaa, we have dabbled with Kalamkari and developed our own signature motifs and styles. One such unique style is floral which has been used in this saree.
Blouse: Lime green Kanchipuram silk with border and Kutch embroidery.
It can be paired with any silver jewelry and ready to wear blouse to add more shine and colour and the same can be purchased from the Accessories and Ready to wear section respectively.
Note : The tailored blouse featured is only for reference.