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RAW SILK – RECEiVES A FACE LIFT!

August 02, 2018

Tracing its origin back to the Indus Valley Civilisation, raw silk has always been at the helm of lustrous silk wagon. Although it has many times been compared to the synthetic fibre, it has managed to distinguish itself as the revered slub silk with gummy sericin. At Shruseternity we have managed to give it a face lift by integrating the popular Kalamkari art on to it.

Shruseternity specialises in offering the most exquisite and unique custom wear to all the saree lovers. In an effort to bring out the best of the ethereal silk we have launched a new range of Kalamkari Raw Silk saree. Exuding the smell of buffalo milk this 6 yard fabric is hand crafted artwork with vibrant vermillion floral design along with motifs of elephant, peacock and deities.

Every saree comes with arduous effort and fine craftsmanship. This saree speaks a ton about the elegance of beauty that silk brings with the ever cherished heritage of the art form by pen (kalam). This saree suits every occasion and drapes effortlessly.

The saree itself is roomy enough for all body types and attached with a short floral patterned blouse. The designs are painted using vegetable dyes that are extracted from various natural substances which emanates sophistication and elegance. 




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