Printing is a process of applying colour in a definite pattern or design. Printing fabrics are related to dying but in the dying process, the whole fabric is summoned in the coloured water but in printing, not only one colour but more than one colours are used.
Now in printing, wooden blocks, engraved plates, stencils, rollers or screens are used to place the colours on the fabric. There is yet another component called colourants used in printing which contains dyes thickened agent to prevent the colour from spreading. Printed cotton sarees have won a lot of appreciation in the fashion industry. Printed cotton sarees online are easily accessible to everyone in a range of styles, patterns, and colours. Printed sarees gives a classy look to anyone who wears it. They are fit for all kinds of occasions.
Printed sareescan be found in Cotton, Chiffon, Silk, Georgette, and Crepe. Prints are usually inspired by nature such as Floral, Animal, Geometrical, Abstract prints, henna designs, Patola prints etc.
Tjori brings to you the elegance of our own prints like Bandhani, tie-dye, Ajrakh, Kalamkari, and more. As India is diverse in a culture so as the prints, screen printing, resist printing are practiced in India. In the method Kalamkari, the cloth dyes by using a pen. Some of these traditional methods are extremely popular.
Designer Printed sarees have various patterns over the prints such as gotta Patti, embroidery, mirror, zari, and other works. India has been working religiously in making its traditional prints last longer as they bring the country its own heritage. Since the 12th century, the artisans are working on these beautiful prints and art forms.
Around the world, prints have created waves of appreciations. It was in late 90’s that the print was restricted to florals or sarees were restricted to embroidery and beads work. But the new trends have to change the whole new array of style with new patterns such as abstract, geometrical and others.
Printed hand block cotton saree: Showcasing the essence of Indian artisans, hand blocked print on an indigo saree is an example of perfection and elegance.
Cotton white saree: Prints are always such a delight to wear and if these come in traditional prints then the look of the saree would be exemplary.
Block printing is the technique done with wooden blocks. It is the oldest and the simplest technique used to make prints since ages. Rajasthan is considered as the source owner of this technique. Now Gujrat and other western cities are also making these prints. Printing of dresses and sarees is done because of the beautiful prints which are easily made with block and other techniques. Vibrant prints in rich colours are found in these cities. Natural dyes are used in making these prints.
At Tjori, you can find a huge range of latest cotton printed sarees, silk printed sarees and much more. These prints use vegetable dyes, making them environmentally friendly as well. All over the world, the printed dresses are becoming more and more fashionable day by day.
Styling cotton sarees is easy in summer as well as in any other season. A saree require briefly three things a saree (printed) a readymade blouse (plain), petticoat (skirt).
Experiment with styling like seedha pallo, flared pallo or any other type to make it more exquisite. Add handcrafted jewellery, ethnic footwear and more.
Don’t forget to wear heels when you are draping the saree as it enhances the correct size and length which will be suitable for you.
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