Reason To Go For Weaverstory'S Banarasi Silk Sarees For Your Wedding Day

Shortlisting the wedding outfits can be one of the most intimidating tasks for the newly-weds, especially the bridal saree or lehenga. Going through at least a hundred ensembles and visiting each and every shop in the narrow streets of Chandni Chowk can also be pretty exhausting, when you already have a million things on your to-do list for the festivities. However, this is where your very own beloved ethnic closet, WeaverStory , comes in handy; with a wide collection of traditional handcrafted lehengas, sarees, blouses, dupattas, suits and creative artisanal textiles, our establishment's both online and offline shops can make this shopping process far less hectic for the family and a lot more enjoyable! 

While our entire handloom collection of fabrics is popularly known for its eco-friendly characteristics and sheer hand weaving techniques, our  Banarasi Silk Sarees are purely a quintessential bridal attire for your special day and more essentially, a flawless part of the trousseau culture. Now, we all are perfectly aware that a marriage ceremony is an unforgettable moment of a woman's life, her ultimate becoming, and here's a list of reasons for why you absolutely should trust our collection of  Banarasi Silk Sarees


Time and again, Banarasi Silk Sarees have proven themselves to be like diamonds; they are timeless, are a reflection of your reputation and class, show that you have an expensive taste and most importantly, they last forever if nurtured and taken care of properly. Only worn by the Mughal queens and the Royal empresses in the ancient times, Banarasi Silk Sarees are a personification of luxury and culture. They simply radiate elegance, by making you an epitome of ephemeral grace and an extravagant taste. Woven using the thread work of gold and silver alloys and embellished with zari, the production of Banarasi  Silk Sarees, in a way, mirrors the making of jewellery pieces and heavy antique artefacts.


Our  Handloom Maroon Pure Katan Silk Kimkhab Banarasi Saree With Antique Zari has an imperial aura that will leave you wanting for more, and just like the name "Kimkhab" which translates to "a little dream" in Persian, the saree seems like an exquisite, everlasting, crimson dream. Pair it with a studded choker set and a heavy mangtika to complete the princely look. 


Whenever we think about the Banarasi Silk Sarees, the first thing that comes to our mind is our long forgotten cultural history and Indian heritage. The floral and leafy motifs on these handwoven sarees, along with the fauna like structures and the jaal on the pallu and the twisted silk threads, are linguistically known as booti, is known to pay a tribute to the Mughal dynasty, their cultural and architecture. Banarasi Silk Sarees take us back to a time period when people were still working with fine craftsmanship and dedication, when no wedding trousseau was complete without them, when we valued and trusted our local Indian artisans more than the Westernized machinery and technology.


WeaverStory prides in its ability to bring some of the purest works of these artists to you and with cutwork booti and a heavily pallu,  Handloom Navy Blue Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Saree Booti With Meenakari Booti, is a prime example of that. Wear some rose gajra and silver oxidised jewellery with the saree, to revisit the reminisces of the past and time travel back to our roots. 


Now I know what y'all are thinking, why should we modern ladies buy something that has "antique" or "traditional" or perhaps "cultural" in its name? So to answer your anxieties my dear mademoiselles, let's not forget the very famous phrase about history repeating itself, and how you all are in the perfect timeline where Banarasi Silk Sarees are making a stylish and impactful comeback!


 WeaverStory brings some of the most modernized pieces of the ancient Banarasi culture and The Handloom Black Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Kimkhab Saree With Meenakari is one of them. Pair the black saree with either a monochromatic or a yellow backless blouse for some chic and sassy girlboss vibes. 


Among all the fabrics whether it's cotton, khadi or nylon, Banarasi Silk always has an upper hand whenever it comes to their heartily woven and delicate zari sarees. The new and modernized variants in the WeaverStory collection are comparatively lightweight, comfortable, breezy, flimsy and vibrant, thus making them more accessible, easily storable as well as suitable for a high profile event or a wedding.


Our Handloom Pink Pure Katan Silk Kimkhab Banarasi Saree With Zari is an excellent fit covered with jaal patterns which makes them look more appealing than cotton or any other fabrics in the market. Wear a heavy boat neck blouse with it and you are ready to be the center of all the attention. 


The best thing about Banarasi Silk Sarees is that they are much more affordable and price friendly than any other attire you would choose for your wedding day. Ladies, here's a genuine advice, stop spending lakhs and lakhs on a wedding outfit when WeaverStory's Silk Sarees are enough to make you look like royalty. We offer a wide range of sarees starting from as low as 10k, that won't require you to splurge extravagantly on them. The Handloom Peach Kora Silk Banarasi Saree With Horizontal Stripes combines aesthetic opulence with an economical price. 



How lovely is it, to be able to see your daughter wearing a Banarasi Silk Saree that you wore on your wedding day? Quite a tear jerker, but also magical. If taken care of nicely and stored in a dry place, Banarasi Silk Sarees can easily last for over two decades without tarnishing the gold or silver zari work or the brocade. And surprisingly, WeaverStory's meticulously handwoven sarees do not lose their vibrancy, texture, color or quality even after infinitesimal washes, unlike other fancy fabrics. With our team's extensive hard work, now you can wear mother's Banarasi Silk Saree without it looking dull or vintage. 

Author - Ayushi Sikka