Baswada Silk Saree with Blouse Piece - 4126 Saree rajdev kumar
Baswada Silk Saree with Blouse Piece - 4126 Saree rajdev kumar
Baswada Silk Saree with Blouse Piece - 4126 Saree rajdev kumar
Baswada Silk Saree with Blouse Piece - 4126 Saree rajdev kumar

Baswada Silk Saree with Blouse Piece - 4126

Rs.3,673.00 Rs.2,718.00 SAVE 26%
In Stock Pre order Out of stock

This ethnic baswada  silk saree in pink with beige batik...

People are viewing this right now
Add to Wishlist
SKU: IE.SAR.4126
Description & Specifications

This ethnic baswada  silk saree in pink with beige batik print. A notable feature of the baswada silk fabric used, considered an apt one for drapery and formal garments, is that it is a silk , at its best natural and raw form. The inherent imperfections on the fabric's surface help it retain a rustic charm, add character and also help one distinguish it from lesser quality silks. While the fabric lends itself to formal usage the colour of the saree enables the garment to seamlessly transition from day to night. It will look best when paired with bold oxidised silver jewellery. The coloured threads used to create patterns on the pallu lend a handmade, folk-art look to the garment. The blouse and petticoat worn by the model are not included. However, a running blouse piece is included.

 


The model wearing this saree is  5'6" height

Slight colour may vary due to camera photography.


Occasion

Festive wear Office wear

Saree Dimensions

5.8 m x 1.2 mm

Blouse Piece

Included

Blouse Piece Length

90 cm

Care Guide

Always dry wash your silk and linen sarees.
Never hand-wash or machine-wash your silk or linen saree.
In case the saree gets stained, immediately wipe the stain off with cold water.
Store the saree in a light cotton muslin cloth. This will give the saree breathing space and will prevent one saree from sticking to another when kept in a pile.
Don’t store the saree in a plastic cover as this will cause the gold embroidery to turn black.

This ethnic baswada  silk saree in pink with beige batik print. A notable feature of the baswada silk fabric used, considered an apt one for drapery and formal garments, is that it is a silk , at its best natural and raw form. The inherent imperfections on the fabric's surface help it retain a rustic charm, add character and also help one distinguish it from lesser quality silks. While the fabric lends itself to formal usage the colour of the saree enables the garment to seamlessly transition from day to night. It will look best when paired with bold oxidised silver jewellery. The coloured threads used to create patterns on the pallu lend a handmade, folk-art look to the garment. The blouse and petticoat worn by the model are not included. However, a running blouse piece is included.

 


The model wearing this saree is  5'6" height

Slight colour may vary due to camera photography.