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Important Facilities Offered by the Clothing Websites

When an individual is thinking about setting up their clothes store but is unable to because it requires lots of investment such as for hiring the space, decoration, lighting and so on. 399 more words

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Unnati Silks Kerala Pure Cotton Salwar Kameez Online

The Kerala Cotton Salwar Kameez adapted from Mundum Neriyathum, the traditional attire of Malayali women in the South Indian state of Kerala, has been modified suitably, to also appeal to the changing times. 598 more words

The luxurious feel of organza silk sarees

Organza a thin weave, sheer fabric, traditionally woven from silk is also woven from synthetic fabric materials like polyester or nylon. Its uses are mainly as smooth feel fabrics of style and in the creation of environment with luxurious feel. 582 more words

Madhubani Prints – Fabrics inspired by the traditional paintings

Madhubani prints are the current favourites in sarees that the market seems to have become bewitched by. Soft and silky offerings that carry a testimony of what inspirational art is when there is a subject worth emulating. 943 more words

Unnati Silks Designer Applique work Sarees Online

Appliqué work in India was once mainly practised in Pipli, Odisha, especially for banners during the Lord Jagannatha Rath Yatra. But today it also finds use as adornment on large canvas fabrics like the saree. 631 more words

Unnati Silks Tussar Silk Salwar Kameez Online

Tussar Silk, also known as ‘Kosa’ Silk , is made from silk obtained from several species of caterpillars, of the moth genus Antheraea. Known as ‘wild silk’, this name is given because the silkworms breed on trees like Sal and Arjun found in the forests of Jharkhand. 651 more words

A traditional display art that decorates fabrics - Appliqué work

Appliqué work in India was once mainly practised in Pipli, Odisha, especially for banners during the Lord Jagannatha Rath Yatra. But today it also finds use as adornment on large canvas fabrics like the saree. 630 more words