The Georgette Saree is a light and springy crepe fabric, with a crimpy look and a slightly dull lustre. Once made from natural silk, it is today mostly made from synthetic filament yarn. As with other crepes, Georgette Saris are plain weave fabrics, created by alternating S and Z twist yarns. Accepting a wide range of dye colours and shades, the Georgette Saree is soft, smooth, and airy, making it ideal for hot and humid weather conditions. Synthetic fibres widely available and comparatively cheap as compared to natural fibres as silk, Georgette Sarees possess the advantages of low moisture absorption, good stain resistance to chemicals, and are easy to wash and maintain. However since they burn easily compared to natural fibres, they are prone to heat damage. Georgette Sarees are available in a wide range of colours and hues on account of their acceptability of most dyes. With attractive designs and accompaniments in vivid colour combinations, the Georgette Saree assumes the level of a refreshing style statement.
One of the popular choices of designers it offers ample scope for experimentation. Take for example, the designer fashion Georgette saree, decorated with kundans, pearls, beads and sequins. An extremely gorgeous piece, it is most suitable for Indian weddings and preferred as bridal attire. Or the Indian Pure Georgette Sari with Bandhani, Block and Bagru prints which looks most graceful.
The North Indian Fancy Georgette Saree embellished with Zari Zardozi, Ari, Gota or Chikan embroidery patterns is an extremely eye-catching variation.The Half and Half Georgette Sari having Chunri prints and embroidered border is stylish wear suitable for college parties, corporate office, cultural programmes and festivals. The trending Georgette Saree having embroidery patch work along with printed border is lovely wear most appropriate for corporate conferences, traditional occasions and temple visits. With such a wide range of fabrics in such splendid variations, designers in art silks have always had georgette fabrics to showcase the magnificence of their creations.
The range and spread of the collection at Unnati Silks is awesome. Take the line of extremely light shades and pastels. Covered with mesmerizing floral patterns and large attractive bootis as leaf or mango, the classic contrast borders cast a spell that is truly sensational. You have a good variety of light to medium shades of block printed sarees. The Leheria and the Bandhani patterns in the fine georgette silk sarees are extremely stunning. Then there are the bandhani saris with lovely patch borders that tell a different story altogether. And of course there are the half half sarees in brilliant colour combinations that are purely designer and fashionable.
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