Silk is derived from cocoons of larvae. This fabric is one of the oldest fabrics prepared from silk worms. Mostly, the larvae are fed on mulberry leaves and then the cocoons are soaked in boiling water to soften the sericin. 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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In 2021, we can say that women love to wear sarees with style and grace. So, those eyeing for a light-weight saree will surely pick up this grey-based silk one. The peacock work all over with heavy borders and temple design makes this saree look simple yet classy. Women can wear it on any occasion with confidence.
Size & Fit
• Length- 5.5m
• Width- 1.6 m
• Blouse Piece : 80 cm
Material & Care
• Silk Fabric
• Dry clean in shade is advised