Silk fabric is one of the oldest fabrics prepared from silk worms. Mostly, the larvae are fed on mulberry leaves and then the cocoons are brushed for the silk. The whole process of making silk is called sericulture. Finally, the raw silk is woven or knit in a fabric or spun into yarn.
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The 21st century women are now going for traditional sarees, be it for any occasion. This bicolor south silk saree with red heavy border along with peacock & temple design tinge makes it a perfect choice for any event. Whether you pair it with heavy jewellery or drape it with a trendy blouse, you are sure to dazzle left and right.
Size & Fit
- Length- 5.5m
- Width- 1.6 m
- Blouse Piece : 80 cm
Material & Care
- Silk Fabric
- Dry clean in shade is advised
A pair of traditional kundan jewellery is perfectly complement your look.