Honey mustard organza saree with Kutch work with mirror in the middle on the body crafted in deep red. The pallu of the saree has kalamkari design which includes different pattern of floral and fish in light brown.
The Kutch Embroidery is a handicraft and textile signature art tradition Kutch District in Gujarat. This embroidery with its rich designs has made a notable contribution to the Indian embroidery traditions. The embroidery, practiced normally by women is generally done on fabrics of cotton, in the form of a net using cotton or silk threads and also crafted over silk or satin. The signature effect of the colorful embroidery sparkles when small mirrors called abhla are sewn over the geometrically shaped designs.
Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari, which involves twenty-three steps. Dyes for the cloth are obtained by extracting colors from various roots, leaves, and mineral salts of iron, tin and copper. Various effects are obtained by using cow dung, seeds, plants and crushed flowers to obtain natural dye. Along with buffalo milk, myrobalan is used in Kalamkari. Myrobalan is also used to remove the odd smell of buffalo milk.
Wash Care: Dry clean only