The fashion icon Christian Dior spoke the truest words “You can wear black at any time. You may wear it at any age. You can wear it for almost any occasion.” And truly, the brilliance of black lies in the fact that it is the only color that is subtle and bold at the same time.
A black saree has the distinctive ability to create an elegant silhouette without overpowering one’s own persona. ARYAVART presents a range of handpicked black sarees in Matka silk, linen, cotton, and traditional Banarasi weaves; each statement piece designed to stand out in a crowd with subtle distinction.
Explore these iconic looks by ARYAVART:
The ARYAVART black collection redefines the Indian saree in new silhouettes by reinventing the complete look with exquisite accessories. You can skip the regular saree blouse and carry off the saree with crop tops, dressy tank tops, asymmetrical full sleeve blouse, brocade corsets in black or any other contrasting color befitting your mood.wear iconic jewelry in contrasting metallic colors, and boho chic designs to augment your look. Opt for a quirky metallic neck piece, big bold earrings, or a funky spike bracelet and carry a dressy clutch. The only limit is your imagination.
This is the reason why black has never gone out of style and has always had a perennially fashionable preference. It has never had to make a comeback. It is never the new color of the season. It is timeless and ever abiding. Black works in harmony with every skin tone body type clothing style, occasion. So this time around, pick an exceptional saree to suit your style from this collection and fall in love with black all over again.
A 'handloom' is a loom that is used to weave cloth without the use of any electricity. ... Fabrics woven out of hand spun yarn on handlooms are called “khadi”, while mill spun yarn woven on handlooms are called “handloom” fabrics.
identifying a handwoven garment is to look at its Bevar or edges. Handloom sarees are woven by pinning the saris to the loom. Thus, usually spotting pinholes along the edges can identify handloom sarees. Certain kinds of weaving techniques are only possible on the handloom.
Handloom sarees often have extra threads left at the end of the pallu, which can be used for making tassels.
Why? Because the saree is not simply a piece in your wardrobe – it’s a celebration. So the next time you reach for your fallback LBD for that dinner date or night event – donan elegant black saree as your outfit of the day and be the star of the show.