Maroon and Cream-coloured bandhani printed saree and has a printed border
The model is wearing a blouse from our stylist’s collection, see the image for a mock-up of what the actual blouse would look like
Bandhani is also known as Bandhej. It is a tie and dye method practiced mainly in states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and parts of Uttar Pradesh. It features various designs ranging from floral to animal patterns.
Ajrak printing originated from Kutch, Gujarat. A resist- dyeing technique, it involves the use of natural dyes including indigo and madder.
Zari work is known for the art of weaving threads in golden and silver colours. It involves the process of twisting a flattened metallic strip, which sometimes is made from pure gold and silver.
Length: 5.5 metres plus 0.8 metre blouse piece
Width: 1.06 metres (approx)
Feel stunning in this traditional saree from VASTRANAND. This maroon design can be styled with a pair of patent pumps when you’re going to a fancy dinner with your friends.
Saree fabric: cotton blend
Blouse fabric: cotton blend
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