Cotton silk sarees combine both luxurious pure silk with the comfort of cotton fabric for an ideal combination. As these garments come directly from weavers, ensuring fair trade conditions for everyone involved.
Khadi cloth was introduced by Gandhi as an avenue for relief of poverty. This lightweight yet comfortable fabric can be worn every day for daily wear.
Cotton silk saree are an ideal way for women who wish to remain stylish yet comfortable at once. Crafted with cotton and silk fabric blend, they’re extremely breathable and suitable for use both hot and cold climates alike – plus easy maintenance!
Cotton-silk fabrics tend to be less prone to wrinkles than their silk counterparts, making them an excellent option for daily wear. You can dry clean or machine wash in cool water with these affordable fabrics compared to silk sarees which often cost more and require additional care.
Cotton silk sarees make an excellent office-wear choice, as they can be combined with either matching or contrasting blouses for an elegant, professional look. Their softness provides long hours of comfortable wear, while their lightweight structure keeps it from drooping throughout the day. In addition to traditional floral, temple, paisley patterns and waves designs, cotton silk sarees feature modern western designs such as dots, stripes and waves for maximum visual impact.
Easy to drape
Cotton offers several advantages over silk fabric when it comes to weight and comfort, including its lightness and soft texture, making it easier for everyday use and allowing the body to breathe during hotter summer days. Furthermore, its ease of maintenance also makes this fabric very convenient.
To drape a cotton saree, start by tucking its end into your petticoat until it forms a loose loop. Pick up and pleat up length section until width section remains undamaged. Bring under right armhole then across body covering front bodice then pin at left shoulder.
This indo-western style is quick and simple to execute, yet looks quite modern. Perfect for workplaces and special events alike, as it presents a clean, presentable appearance quickly.
Easy to maintain
Silk sarees require special care, so it is best to store them away from moisture. Handwash with cold water and mild detergents in cold temperatures should also help preserve its shape and lustre. Avoid rubbing, brushing, wringing or beating to remove stains or dirt – instead dry-clean as instructed above for best results.
Store silk-blended sarees using neem leaves rather than naphthalene balls to avoid fungal growth and musty odours, and don’t hang damp ones in direct sunlight as that could cause their colors to fade over time.
If your saree becomes stained, talcum powder should be used to absorb pigments before rinsing it off with cold water. For lipstick stains that have made their way onto it, tissue paper under it and toothpaste are great ways to rub out these marks before washing off with cold water – this method works especially well on white fabrics! Additionally, this approach works great at eliminating curry drop or ketchup stains that have settled onto it as well.
Easy to store
Silk sarees must be stored with care as they are delicate fabrics that are susceptible to staining, mildew and tears due to their lightweight. To prevent these damage, always air out your saree after each use and make sure it gets washed regularly in cold water with mild detergent for best results; always wring it rather than wring it as this could ruin its fibers; once dried roll the saree in a towel to absorb any remaining moisture then hang in an unshaded area or hang from its hook for best results.
Always store silk sarees away from humid environments and use either wooden or plastic hangers when hanging them, since metal ones could react with the zari and leave rust stains. An airy cupboard provides ample ventilation while protecting them from moths and fungus; alternatively you could try wrapping your silk saree in muslin cloth to reduce friction – this can extend its lifespan! Additionally, fold and refold every three months so as to maintain even wear along fold lines and prevent your silk sarees’ lifespan!