Shilpa Shetty style shaded printed saree at Nach Baliye 5 is bit different style in garment fashion industry. The sumptuous shaded baby pink and lemon yellow pallu of saree is creating real life spectrum of mild colors.
The contrasting grey skirt part with chess designs make some awesome appearance of this Bollywood start. Beautiful lace brown border is shimmering among the mild colors.
This printed saree has yellow short-sleeved blouse to add some more glare in these color combinations where your presence definitely will become the adorable in all events.
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- We take photograph of the product from the masterpiece, but we will send you the replica of the product in the sense of colors, fabrics, workmanships and prints
- We all may not have same devices with same displays so you may find variations in shades of the color
- When you have product with manual dying you might have slight variations in colors due to manual dying process
- We sell displayed cloths only, not accessories like jewellery so if you want to clarify e-mail us
- Usually, two (2) to three (3) weeks or less [Depends on distance and shipping facilities]
- When your ordered dress is involving handwork, or any sort of manual work, that may account for delay
Dry Cleaning precautions:
- Our humble requests to all our patrons to dry clean all attires with heavy embellishments and embroidery
- Usage of starch in cleaning is not advisable where pure silk is involved (Crepe, Georgette etc. in any structure of Pure Silk)
- The best practices of iron such precious garments is to use cotton cloth on them
- Always try to iron embellished, embroidered and painted (artwork) apparels on the opposite side
- Never try to sprinkle water during ironing as you usually do with other simple cloths
- The best way is to use steam ironing
- If you wish to look fresh, iron cloths just before wearing
- Air drying is good for such delicate attires
- If you need to place them in Sunlight, never leave them more than 10 minutes otherwise, colors will fade or fabric will degenerate
- In case of Silks fabric and Zari work, avoid perfume spray or deodorant spray
In case of Stains:
- Dry cleaning is excellent in case of normal stains and do that as soon as possible
- In case of oily stains use petrol wash immediately
- Usage of dilute stain remover is advisable and according to guidelines only
Never try to apply home remedies on such costly dresses
While draping the saree, stand on a rug so that the, it doesn’t get dirty. Never pin the pleats or pallu with a pin directly. Kindly use a piece of paper for the same to avoid tearing of the saree.
Silk is strong and luxurious fabric so mainly used in high-end clothing. It is natural protein fibre so skin friendly with good elasticity, resilience and drapability. It has both properties like cotton it absorbs the perspiration and like wool it non-conductive to heat so comfortable in all seasons.
- Dry cleaning is preferred.
- Hand wash only
- Use cool water
- Use mild detergents or soaps in small quantity
- Rinse in cold water
- Avoid Sun drying
- No bleaching
- For white silk you can use peroxide and ammonia
- Stem ironing is good and use low setting for temperature
Saree is a strip of stitched or unstitched cloth, worn by females, ranging from four to six metres in length that is drape over the body in various styles. Saree has one plain end that is conceal inside the wrap and two decorative borders running the length of saree and another decorative end called pallu. Its various parts are term in particular ways along with various accessories and they are as follows:
- Blouse or Choli: It is low cut midriff and baring garment, mostly covered the bust or breast areas. They may be sleeveless in modern dresses, half sleeved or full sleeved, and stitched or non-stitched. Choli has generally short sleeves and low neck as well as generally cropped and allowing exposure of navel.
- Petticoat: it is an underwear or underskirt and essentially wears under a saree. It is a separate garments hanging from the waist and of matching color. It is giving desirable shape to the saree.
- Pallu: As stated earlier it is a loose end of sari and with or without embellishments or artworks. It is usually hand in the back of shoulder. It may be draped diagonally in front of torso or reversed to hang on the front side.
- Fall: this used to hold the pleats of the sari properly at the bottom and made of cotton and sewn inner side of the sari at lower end. It also resist the wear-and-tear of lower end of sari
- Edging: it is the process of hemming on both ends of saree to prevent ravel and gives a smooth end.
Lace is making by patterns with open holes in the work, made by machine or by hand by plaiting, knotting, looping, or twisting.