The Quintessential Saree
The finest textile from the land of India have been woven for centuries into the six yard drape - the incomparable saree. Influenced by a multitude of cultures and transforming through time, the quintessential Indian saree has emerged through the ages as an iconic article of clothing. As India looks out towards the world with tradition in one hand and global awareness in the other, we see women effortlessly blend culture and modernism to carve their own path. A saree today does exactly this - inspiring the modern woman to flaunt the tradition of sarees, in her own way!
Here at Aryavart we bring to you scintillating sarees in myriad choices. These hand-woven fabrics are acquired from handloom weavers and talented,artisans which we have then carefully curated into the saree collection at Aryavart.
The concept of Aryavart sarees is to design novel ways to drape, accessorize, contrast and style it into a unique look. Just six yards of fabric and a multitude of ways to wear. Innovation is the key by bringing in fresh new pairings with a sheer blouse, off shoulder or halter necklines, contrasting hues, asymmetric blouse cuts and layered crop tops.
The remarkable fabric that’s trending in the contemporary saree scene is the versatile linen. Linen sarees are often enhanced with zari and jamdani work. Drape in seductive lines, shimmer and somber shades for a night event, bright hues and gold for a festive affair, or with minimalist jewelry at a work event or convention.
Matka silk is a fabric that has unbelievable value for money, is exquisitely beautiful and light to wear. They come in vivid colours to brighten up your ensemble and some enhanced with zari and jamdani work.
The Banarasis are a timeless favorite; brought to you with new designs and motifs. With the lotus, chandbali, parrots, and elephants among other animal motifs we’re moving beyond the typical floral designs. We’ve innovated with the panorama of the Banaras Ghat woven into the border of our saree, to bring a story to life.
Accessorizing is key to any saree ensemble. Silver jewelry will compliment your saree effectively. Explore Dokra jewelry from the villages of India, Jadau, Meenakari and Kundan too.
Match colours you choose, the drape styles, bold bling or understated jewelry to create the perfect look for the right occasion. Feel free to go all-out innovative while styling an Aryavart piece!
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.