The fresh look fashionable jute weaves from the Sunderbans.Light airy and colorful in prints,jutesaress have captivated the market for excellent blends with cotton and silk,have thrown up fresh possibilities for fusion.TheseJute Sarees have creative blends of fashiom in durability and shine,ineco friendly smooth textured and appeal.
Jute Silk Sarees are known for their durability and shine quality. Beautifully blended with other fibres Jute silk Sarees have yielded a wide range of designs and patterns in brilliant colours and innovative prints. Steadily gaining popularity as a textile fabric with good properties like breathability, good insulation, anti-static property and causing no skin irritation, it is highly preferred material. Jute has excellent blending qualities with other fibres. It also readily accepts a variety of dyes, both natural and artificial. There is a wide range of exquisite blended fabrics of fine prints in brilliant colours. Traditionally Jute is from the Land of the Sunderbans and the Royal Bengal Tiger, but its universality and spread has made it a favourite fabric after cotton to be experimented with as a substitute for appealing fabrics especially since silk has become costly and less available than earlier times. In recent times jute sarees have been lapped up for its innovative offerings by the fashion world.
ISHA has a fine range of the Jute saree online in silk and cotton, that incorporate the tastes of the market in design and pattern while maintaining the purity of the traditional handloom weave. You have earthy coloured sarees with zari borders and tribal block printed patterns on the pallu. There are light coloured saris with floral block prints and the eye-catching wide zari border, vibrant hues with lovely prints in Dabu and Bagru block with tantalizing bootis, pastels with sensationally bright borders and spell-binding motifs. The MaheshwariSico jute sari online with bewitchingly large stripes across the saree and a designer pallu filled with bootis. There are the stunning light hued jute gicha sarees in tussar silk with catchy motifs and tribal art pallus and of course the Banarasi handloom Khaki Tussar Silk Jute sarees with gicha weaving on the borders and ikkat weaving on the pallu.