Modern outfits are making way for this traditional Indian weave which is slowly, yet steadily, ascending to the top of every fashion-savvy person’s must-have list. Chanderi, a type of handwoven heritage weave whose origin can be boiled down to Central India, has been associated with royalty since the beginning, because of the decadence the fabric brings to the table. Chanderi is somewhat transparent, has a characteristic, regal sheen that’s unmissable, and is surprisingly very lightweight for an outfit that looks so ethereal – making it one of the most comfortable clothes to wear during the hot Indian summers. It is almost always accompanied with nature motifs – called buttis – most commonly in shapes of peacocks, lotuses and in this modern day and age, even abstract geometric designs. It is found in hues that run the gamut from soft pastels to the brightest azures and striking fuchsias.
At Aza, we take our heritage handlooms very seriously, which is why, we have handpicked a collection of the most beautiful sarees that our venerated customers can shop from. Leave your quandaries aside and pick from our trendiest steals by designers like Samyukta Singhania, Masaba, Torani, and many more.
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