The patola saree is one of the finest hand-woven sarees produced today. These sarees are created by using the resist dying techniques. There are two types of Patola sarees: Rajkot Patola, Patan Patola. Rajkot Patola is only vertically resist dyed (single ikat). Patan Patola is horizontally-resist dyed (double ikat).
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From being a mere supplement, blouses have gone glam with a vengeance with long sleeves, low backs, bows, strings, tassels and what have you. A well-designed and properly stitched blouse can enhance the overall look of the sari.
In a recall to the high-fashion era of Sharmila Tagore and Hema Malini in the 1960s, trendy cholis in brocade, net and velvet, not-so-long-ago considered old-fashioned, are once again adding glamour to a woman’s wardrobe. The new trend is long sleeves with a vintage or Victorian crossover look. Also, corset blouses with a variety in embroidery can add volume to the entire wardrobe. Blouses in fabrics like net, velvet and crepe playing with transparency on bright colours are perfect for Indian attire.