Chanderi has stolen millions of heart with its characteristics such as light in weight, sheer texture, and fine luxurious feel. It is produced by weaving in silk and golden zari in the traditional cotton yarn that makes the fabric shimmery. The fabric borrowed its name from the town it originated from called Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. In the town, traditional weavers practice the art of producing textured sarees in cotton and silk decorated with authentic gold Zari thread.
This fabric can be classified into three major types – Chanderi Cotton, pure silk, and Chanderi silk cotton. Chanderi fabric is primarily used by the remote weavers in making sarees and salwar kameez material which later turned into sarees only. Chanderi sarees are an impeccable choice for summers and weddings. It is considered as the most beautiful ethnic attire. The Charm of Chanderi fabric
The unique buttis or motifs on the Chanderi fabric makes it more privileged as compared to handloom fabrics with the use of needles. Weaves make each fabric with a different needle, they create new motifs. In ancient times only gold threads were used in the making of motifs, but now a day’s silver and copper used in making the design. Patterns are usually inspired by nature like swans, fruits, leaves and more.
Starting from traditional motifs such as flowers, peacock, lotus to modern geometric designs. Nowadays our designs are usually inspired by the motifs like Chatai, jangla and mehendi designs etc. Chanderi fabric are made in pastel shades as its sheen is more visible but now people experiment with colours like fuchsia, red and black etc.
Chanderi Sarees have different threads infused into it such as cotton and silk. Chanderi cotton Sarees are perfect for summers because of its light weight and cotton makes it more apt as it doesn’t cling to the body.
At Tjori you can search a lot of selective option of chanderi cotton sarees in various colours and patterns. Preserving the purity with modern age grace, ourlatest cotton saree collectionfeatures gota embroidery, tie dye, chikankari and more. Every design and colours is selected with keen eye.
Cotton Silk Chanderi: This fabric is produced by weaving in silk and gold zari in the traditional cotton yarn. This makes alluring shimmery texture which is lightweight and has a fine luxurious feel.
Pure cotton chanderi: This particular form has pure cotton yarn and zari which is used to make chanderi cotton sarees. Here the texture is soft and shimmery due to zari.
Saree is the only dress which looks great on anyone with any body shape but to wear it correctly you should follow these simple steps.
To wear a sari you need to have three things which are saree, readymade blouse and petticoat which is used to drape is nicely.
These designer chanderi cotton sarees are beautifully handcrafted so they don’t need much of styling. You can easily look amazing with a nice pair of jhumkas (Earrings) and a tribal designed necklace which you can find on Tjori.
The go-to footwear with this type of saree would be traditional. Find a nice pair of ethnic heels or flats. If you are not comfortable with the heels then you can always opt for flats or juttis. Do remember to keep the footwear on as you wear the saree so, that you drape it properly with appropriate length and style.
At Tjori, you can buy chanderi cotton sarees easily in different styles and patterns at the best prices. Also, you can get ethnic footwear, classy jewellery to complete your look.
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