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Handloom Purple Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Lehenga With Meenakari

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Handloom Purple Pure Katan Silk Banarasi Lehenga With Meenakari

Imperial handcrafted traditional outfits ooze elegance, class, sophistication, and royalty every bit. This purple handloom pure katan silk Banarasi lehenga is a breathtaking masterpiece intricately woven by hand by the master artisans of Banaras using the age-old cutwork weaving technique. The Banarasi kalidar lehenga features dark purple panels heavily embellished with gold zari work that catches one’s eye. Each panel of the silk lehenga is adorned with enlarged floral boota with a sky-blue Meenakari accent in the middle.

These zari boota are surrounded by gold floral vines that take over the panels’ katan Banarasi expanse. Over the border, you can see small Mughal architecture-inspired gold zari windows with pink-gold or blue-gold floral booti in the middle. The unstitched blouse comes with a gold zari Meharaab jaal covering it completely. The Mughal architecture-inspired gold zari floral border can be attached to your dupatta for a complete look.

This lehenga has 18 kali with length 1.02 m and can fit up to 36 Inch waist. The panels which are sufficient for around 5.58 m ghera or circumference at the bottom. The lehenga also has 7.84 m border that can be used for the Dupatta and a Heavy Brocade Blouse.

Color - Purple
Fabric - Katan Silk
Technique - Cutwork
Weaving Cluster - Banaras
Weight - 1127 g

*Note - Dupatta and Accessories shown are only for styling purposes and not part of the product. Consult Our Stylist
The Weaving Technique

Phekwa is a weaving style from banaras, where the weft yarn is interlaced in the warp from one end to the other creating textures on the surface of the cloth also called the zamin. This can be done with single silk yarn or resham or zari, or both can be wound around shuttles.
This is one of the most widely used banarasi handloom weaving techniques where the motifs are woven together as opposed to kadhwa saress, thus taking lesser time in completing a saree. This weaving style leaves a large proportion of the silk or zari thread at the back of the saree where there is no motif at the front. These threads at the back are then cut, once the saree is complete. Mostly the ladies of the house help in cutting and cleaning this extra float

The Design Technique

Shipping

Shipping Time

Ready to Ship - Ships in 2/3 Days
Please Note In case fall and pico is required the order will be shipped in a week.

Indian orders are delivered by BlueDart Overnight and are delivered in 3/5 business days.
International orders are delivered by DHL Express and are delivered in 5/7 business days.
Shipping Charges India - Shipping in India is Free
International - Shipping outside India is chargeable and depends on the weight of the parcel.

Return

Return and
Exchange

Product(s) can be exchanged within 7 days from the date of purchase subject to-

Customer returning the product unused, unwashed, unaltered and in its original condition with all tags intact.

All exchange/ return requests should be emailed to care@weaverstory.com

The original invoice must be produced at the time of request for exchange.

The Company reserves the right to decide if the product is in the condition for exchange and such decision of Company shall be final and binding.

All Jewellery/Pashmina Shawls/Discounted/ Sale/Bargained/Custom made/ Serviced products/ made to order/finished product(s) cannot be exchanged. It includes stitching, alterations, fall, finishing etc. For details on our return and Exchange policy please refer to the Cancellation & Refund Policy on our website.

Wash & Care

  • Every WeaverStory product is styled and crafted with love, affection & passion, and we suggest that you take extra care of these one of a kind pieces. We recommend:
DryClean Only
Avoid bringing in contact with liquids espicially perfumes.
Change fold regularly, and store in pure cotton fabrics.
Iron on Reverse side
Do Not Bleach And Expose This Product To Excessive Heat And Sunlight For Long

Disclaimer

  • Accessories – accessories shown like tassles may or may not be a part of the actual product. Blouses/Jewelry worn by the model are only for photo shoots and styling reference.
  • Color Variance – This product has been shot in studio lights and there may be a slight difference with actual colors.
  • This product is handcrafted, so there may be slight irregularities. However, these unique characteristics contribute to its charm and make it one of a kind.

Packaged & Marketed By

Manufactured
Packed &
Marketed by:
Travelling Trunk Pvt Ltd
C 245, Golf View Apartments, Saket,
New Delhi – 110017, India
Ph: +91-9810646345,
email: care@weaverstory.com
Country of Origin India

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