Chillout Chandni (Saree)
White Kota Cotton Chikankari Saree
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Country of Origin: India
Manufactured & Packed By: Suta Pvt. Ltd.
Registered Address: Om ShivAmbika Co-Op Hsg Soc, Kalina, Santacruz East, Mumbai-400098
Product Type: Saree
Length: 5.30 meters ; Width: 44 inches
Blouse Piece: No
Fabric: Kota Cotton
Wash Care: Dry Wash
Blouse: Su, The model is wearing XS size blouse called Country blue bliss
Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Colour may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness
What You will Recieve: 1 Saree
“If you have to make peace, you must look the part.” Her husband was trying to mediate a quarrel between the boys. Something to do with paint and chopped-off hair. Sundays were dedicated to healing. She didn’t care if the house became a mini-battlefield. Her partner will take care of it while she drinks her tea, paints her nails and knits in the balcony. Her restful pursuits had detailed entries in her diary.
But she won’t be able to rest today. Last night ended in a loud fight. When adults fight, the air smells uncomfortable. It’s as if you haven’t prepared the bath water right; too cold or too warm.
She called the restaurant and booked a table. Checked with her family if they can pick up the boys. And then, locked herself up in the changing room. An hour later, she emerged in white.
A proposition was made to the father of the boys. He asked — in part shock and part surprise, “Am I also wearing white.” She said with resolve. “Just me. I am making peace and looking the part.”
They let out a giddy laugh.
In the mood for traditional charm? Step out in this elegant white saree made of Kota cotton, featuring hand-embroidered Chikankari work.
Kota cotton fabric is renowned for its softness, light weight and ease of wear. It is made using an open weave with fine checks, which are called ‘khats’. This weave ensures that the resultant fabric is airy and comfortable. This Kota cotton fabric forms the base of these sarees, which are further embellished with Lucknowi chikankari work. Chikankari is a style of embroidery that has its roots in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The word 'chikan' is derived from the Persian word 'chikeen'. In its most traditional form, chikankari work reflects the influence of the intricate carving patterns found in Mughal architecture. The legacy of chikan work in Lucknow dates back to more than 200 years.