Elbow Length Handloom Chanderi Silk Golden Blouse With Zari
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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: Blouse
Type: Non Padded
Fabric: Handloom Chanderi Silk with Zari
Sleeve: Elbow Length Sleeves
Sleeve Length: 12.5 Inches
Neckline: U Neck
Blouse Length: 13.5 Inches
Front Neck Depth: 8 Inches
Back Neck Depth: 1 Inch
Opening: Front Hook
Wash care: Dry Wash
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What You will Recieve: 1 Blouse
Certain things, when broken, could never be mended. Like a heart, for instance. Or fine china. That’s what she’d always believed, until heartbreak inspired an impromptu trip to Japan. Despite the beauty and newness around her, she was still miserable. But one morning, while out on a walk to a flea market, she saw potters mending the broken pottery pieces with lacquer dusted with powdered gold – a technique called kintsugi. She was amazed by the beauty of these pottery pieces. When she enquired about them, the potter smiled and told her that it was a process of healing; not just fixing some pieces with gold. The reason for this craft was to embrace flaws and imperfections. His words struck a chord. She knew that, just like the pottery, her heart only grew more beautiful if she let it heal. And, in doing so, she would let it shine like the gold is truly was.
Be the sona of your life in this gold handloom Chanderi silk blouse.
Chanderi is a luxurious but lightweight fabric. Silk, cotton and zari are woven together on the warp and weft in various combinations to create different textures – the resultant fabric is visually stunning and feels exceptionally comfortable. It is no surprise then that this fabric was favoured by royalty and continues to be a hot favourite, especially for the festive season. The fabric used for this blouse is a handloom weave. The process is time and labour intensive, but adds an inimitable beauty to the fabric. Choosing handloom products enables us to support smaller weavers while keeping alive our country’s rich weaving heritage.