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As you all might have noticed in most of my posts I usually prefer wearing western clothes, but my love for ethnic wear is also increasing day by day and especially if it’s a saree. I’m a big time saree lover, although I have a hard time draping it!! The elegance of a saree is unmatched. I recently received a Jaipuri printed saree from Unnati Silks and I was really happy to see it.
About Unnati Silks
Unnati Silks is a saga of HANDLOOMS FOR WOMEN that began in 1980.
An experience of three decades plus in silk and cotton textiles Unnati has carved out a niche presence for itself in being the manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer and exporter of genuine silk cotton handlooms like sarees, salwar suits, kurtas, kurtis and other Indian ethnic fabrics.
Unnati Silks and Jaipuri fabrics
Jaipuri prints have a special appeal to them. Time-tested and full of variety, these
Rajasthan handlooms incorporate various block printing techniques, especially the
more popular hand block printing in the process of churning out exquisite creations.
The Jaipuri Prints of Unnati Silks are a healthy mix of prints. You have white to light colored sarees with light to pastel colored floral design motifs and patterns in Sanganer block prints on the soft weaves of Rajasthani cotton, sico, and net sarees.
There are the closely arranged patterns of simple shapes and elaborate geometrical designs that involve a mix of prints from several blocks that result in outcomes of contrast-colored prints on light backgrounds and vice versa. A Bagru effort on
fine Tussar silks.
You can find a variety of more Jaipuri printed sarees from the link below:
Here, I have draped the saree in different styles. You can choose according to the occasion
You can shop from Unnati Silks, from the link below:
So, how did you find my saree look?! Let me know in the comments below!!