If heaven were pink
I had dreamt of pink unicorns, pink candy, pink walls and pink bunk beds for as long as I can remember. Let me not bug my parents and just wait till my first salary, I had thought. Every birthday that passed by, I would smile a little bit more thinking of how much closer I was to my pink dream room. Finally, school went by and college went by. All the celebrations of my getting a job and my first day of work also went by. I was jumping up in joy when I realised that my first pay check and my birthday would come in the same month. A lot of satisfying shopping trips later, it was done. Oh my, what a vision my room was. As I lay down on my bed that night, all I could think was - if heaven were pink, then dear god this is it!
Length: 6.5 meters ; Width: 47 inches
Blouse Piece: Yes, Running blouse piece.
Wash Care: Dry Wash
Blouse: Ta, the model is wearing a blouse called Pyramids of life.
Disclaimer: Slight colour variations are due to photography location and light conditions
Note: The blouse piece of this saree is an unstitched fabric and as shown in the 5th image
This dreamy pink linen saree is just the saree that you have been looking for. It is classy, beautiful and comfortable. So, get yours before it is sold out! Linen is one of the oldest and most widely used fabrics thanks to its versatility. Particularly in countries that experience hot summers for a large part of the year, Linen exists more as a soft summer breeze that just happens to cover up their body as clothing! It feels oh-so-comfortable to the skin while appearing crisp and sturdy even in humid conditions. However, it is not a bed of roses to make a Linen saree. The stunning Linen saree come from pretty hardcore and labour-intensive procedures. Flax is grown (it takes around 100 days to cultivate) and its fibre is separated before it is woven into fabric. Each of these processes involves manual labour and extensive physical work. The separation of flax fibres involves a process called retting and the weaving is done with specific counts as per requirements. The earliest Linen in Egypt is said to have had a thread count of 450 to an inch, which is finer than anything woven today! In a world of factory produced fully machine made fabrics, the Linen stands stubbornly demanding the involvement of workers. So, the Linen that reaches you is a story of these heroes who pack in that extra little bit of love along with their amazing work!.