Madhurya’s bridal collection of Kanjeevaram Silk Sarees is not just a designer’s dream house of ideas, but the figured and brocaded silk sarees are a legacy kept alive with motifs and embellishments…a collection that any bride would yearn to possess! This rich bottle green Kanjeevaram silk, with contrast rani pink pallu and blouse, has striking motifs of 44 parrots spread out on the body, coming alive with zari and thread work. The double side border distinguishes itself in contrast with a spread of zari alongwith floral motifs. And what makes these parrots special? Symbolizing truth in South Indian culture, the bird is associated with an auspicious symbol and denotes love, passion and courtship that make them part of the bride’s trousseau
How to Store a Kanchipuram Saree?
1. You can stack your Kanchipuram sarees folded on a flat shelf. You can stack the
sarees on top of each other, 4-5 in one row. If you are stacking bridal sarees, then it’s
better to stack a maximum of 3 or 4 together.
2. You should keep swapping the sarees after every few months. Move the top saree to
the bottom, the bottom one in the middle, and likewise. It is advisable to keep the
sarees in a stack instead of hanging them.
3. If you wish, you may put silica gel sachets to absorb the moisture that might build up.
However, do not use naphthalene balls or any kind of deodorant in the storage area.
4. It is good to take out the stored Kanchipuram sarees at least once in a few months
and spreading them out over a cool surface like your bed. Let them breathe for 30-40
minutes after which you can fold them back and keep them in the storage again.
5. In order to fasten the process of starch removal, you can open your new saree and
shake it fall like you wave wet bedsheet. As the starch falls off, the saree will soften.