Gunmetal Grey Kanchipuram Silk Saree with a Blood Red Blouse
Gunmetal Grey Checkered Pure Handwoven Kanjeevaram with a Big Border & Blood Red Blouse.
A one of its kind, rare Kanjeevaram Saree. Boasts of traditional artistic finesse and contemporary color combinations. The body of the saree has small and delicate checks in bright gold zari, woven over the checks are adorable mystic elephants in zari. The top border of the saree is medium in size, featuring traditional motifs of elephants and peacocks, woven beneath each other and surrounded with intricate floral weaves. The bottom of the saree has a big border, clubbed between two layers of Indian mythological animal borders is a thick layer of shimmering gold zari. The blouse of this saree is in an absolute red, much like the color of oozy blood. Each side of the blouse has the same borders as in the saree. Every motif on this saree is crafted painstakingly, making this a real collectible.
|Occasion||Party Wear, Traditional Occasion, Bridal, Wedding Wear|
|Color Palette||Gunmetal Gray|
|Saree Length||5.5 meters|
|Blouse Length||80 cm x122cm|
|Top Border Thickness||3.75 inches|
|Bottom Border Thickness||13.75 inches|
|Jari||Antique Zari, Gold Zari, Silver Zari|
|Jari Type||Silk Fast Zari|
|Body Design||Checks, Figures, Butta's|
|Body Color||Gunmetal grey|
- Dry Clean - We advise you to only dry clean the saree’s.
- Hand Wash - Make sure your saree has been dry cleaned at least once prior to washing it yourself. Use cold water, and a mild detergent such as baby shampoo or soap nut to wash your saree.
- Drying - Never wring your saree, gently roll the saree in a towel to remove excess water, and dry in a cool and shady spot, away from direct sunlight.
- Ironing - Avoid direct and high heat on the saree. Put a thin cloth over your saree before you iron it.
- Storing - Fold your saree and wrap it in a muslin cloth, or store it in the bag we provide you with. Unfold your silk saree, air it and change the folding every 2-3 months, preferably.
- Fresheners - Never use naphthalene balls, or direct application of perfumes on the sare