مايو 31, 2021
Do you know why we prefer linen over all fabrics. Linen is one of the most ancient fabrics in the world. It is made from the Flax plant. And the interesting fact is Flax is the oldest textile fibres used by humans. Linen artifacts have been dated to the dead sea as far back as 6000 BCE. The fact is it was the Egyptian who known for linen in the ancient world.
Today linen is being rediscovered as an everyday fabric as well as a luxury fabric. Clothing trends will always keep on changing but the plain linen will never fade. We ladies have power to glam up any saree with our smile and simplicity. Styling sarees with different belts, contrast blouse , crop tops , crop shirts , madhubani hand painted blouse , trendy shirts with half button open will be a cherry on top. Adding junk jewelries will spice the game on.
Written by Rahavee..
مايو 27, 2021
مايو 21, 2021
Linen is very ancient and people use this fabric world wide because of its versatility. People prefer this fabric mainly in summers because of its light weight and softness. Linen textiles appear to be some of the oldest in the world; their history goes back many thousands of years. Dyed flax fibers found in a cave in Southeastern Europe (present-day Georgia) suggest the use of woven linen fabrics from wild flax may date back over 30,000 years. Linen was used in ancient civilizations including Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. Making linen sarees are not easy, it is a labor intensive work.
This saree is a blend of linen and zari, that gives a shinny look which is perfect to wear in festive season and parties. Just mix and match this beautiful saree with a shimmery blouse to give it a minimal and classy look. This blended saree is a must have piece for your collection.
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