"The blue one was about playfulness- a joy without conditions, a passion beyond every limitation. This blue one is just another reflection- of the beauty is a laughter that would know no ends.
Indulge in the royal experience of this cotton-silk indigo sari!"
What she feels
The sky was an unusual shade that evening. As if the sun just didn't want to end the day. Stuck in this dilemma, the sky remained lit, light and breezy while the sun became a red line upon a white horizon. Indigo blue- a shade lighter than the hue expected by her.
This slub cotton saree is crafted with Dabu Handblock Indigo printing. This process starts with soaking indigo plant to extract the beautiful vibrant dye. Hand-carved wooden blocks are used for applying a mud resist known to the fabric. Once the fabric has been dyed, the areas with the mud application, continue to remain white and the rest of the fabric takes on the dynamic hues of lapis lazuli, cerulean midnight, all originating from the indigo plant.
Most people experience fading or bleeding of the indigo fabric, which is primarily because indigo will not actually form a chemical bond with the fabric into which it is dyed. It ends up becoming insoluble again when put into water. By reacting with air, it tends to get accumulated in the tiny spaces within the fiber.
It’s a Handprinted Slub Cotton Saree which is a comfortable cotton fabric resembling textures of linen fabric. It’s a 5.5 mtr saree drape with exclusive 80 cm blouse piece