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White Yasmeen Aari Embroidered Chiffon Saree

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  • Material :Chiffon
  • Color :White
  • Size :6 metres (with blouse)
  • Time to make :15 Days
  • Care :Gentle Wash
  • Embroidery :Machine Aari
  • KBCODE: KB9141
  • Time To Make : 15-20 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • COD: Available For this Product
  • Brand: Mirza Beigh
Starred in vibrant hued spring flowers is a saree of flowy chiffon which helps you glissade through the summer in perfect ease and comfort. The 6 yards of elegance are painted an opulent white and threaded in the undying charm of Kashmiri Aari aari, an embellishment known to adorn the elite of Kashmiri Begums since times immemorial. The beautiful saree, the pallu of which flaunts a Jamawar cutwork pattern is perfect to wear on a hot and scorching summer day - be it for a casual day or a kitty.About AariAari Kari is a fascinating hook art done in silk and cotton threads. The embellishment follows an elaborate process starting with the Naqash who traces nature inspired motifs over plain pieces of cloth. The imprinted fabric is then passed onto a Kaarigar (artisan) who uses a specialized hook called Aari, to embroider it. Typically done on suits, shawls and bags, Aari kaem works its colorful charm on a plain drape and inspires in it a lively ethnic appealKashmir Box – Aari collection
When Mirza Suhail finished his education, he couldn’t find any job and decided to join his father who was a small Paper Mache artisan. But Suhail transformed the business when he chose to enter the handloom industry and deal with suits, sarees and other embroidered apparel. Now the factory has a separate manufacturing unit where beautiful art work gets manufactured by almost 12 workers, the business is successfully 10 years old today.
Aari Kari is a fascinating hook art done in silk and cotton threads. The embellishment follows an elaborate process starting with the Naqash who traces nature inspired motifs over plain pieces of cloth. The imprinted fabric is then passed onto a Kaarigar (artisan) who uses a specialized hook called Aari, to embroider it. Typically done on suits, shawls and bags, Aari kaem works its colorful charm on a plain drape and inspires in it a lively ethnic appeal Kashmir Box – Aari collection