Organza Saree

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Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00
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          Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00
            Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00
              Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00
                Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00
                  Regular price Rs. 11,999.00 Rs. 11,099.00

                    Organza saree can help you bring out your true and confident self. It is gaining favour in the current fashion world because of its lightweight composition, natural gloss, and breathability. It is a mix of comfort and elegance. These versatile ethnic dress options look stunning for evening attire, parties, and casual get-togethers. Plain and printed varieties are available to diversify your collection.

                    It is known for its translucent glittery and reflective structure. The tiny holes in the fabric, which are the gaps between the warp and weft threads in a plain-weave pattern, are another characteristic.

                    History of Organza Saree

                    "Organza" comes from "Organzine," which describes any silk thread made by simply twist-spinning it. It originated from the area following the Silk Road, a popular trade route connecting Asia and Europe. Among this route, the town of Urgang in Turkestan was a famous marketplace for silk, and it is the place from where the word Organzine originated.

                    The name "Urgang" was used by the West throughout the Middle Ages to designate many regional variations of the term "organza," and the term "organzine" was used to describe the spinning technique used to create the threads used in this fabric. Due to its lightweight and partially transparent attribute, western nations have used it in making wedding gowns and evening dresses.

                    The Making of Organza

                    The making of the Organza saree begins with the production of materials and ends with weaving. The production process starts with the selection of material. Each fabric has its own different process. For instance, polyester is synthesised in the lab with non-organic components. Whereas silk is made organically and is derived from silkworms. The next process involves the twisting of fibres in opposite directions. Post-twisting, the fibres are combed and treated with acid to ensure that they are stiff. This stiffness is the differentiating factor of organza from other fibres. The combed fibres are then spun into fabric. The final step is the weaving of fibres using the plain weave method. The warp and weft method is used to form a criss-cross pattern.

                    The predominant area of production of organza is South and East Asia, the major producers being China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Turkmenistan.

                    Types of Organza Saree

                    Plain Organza

                    Preferred for their lightweight and wide range of colours, these are comfortable and provide a subtle elegance to the person wearing them. They can be paired with jewellery to create a unique look.

                    Designer Organza

                    Since Organza fabric is known for its versatility, it can be used to create new designs, ranging from traditional wear to unique contemporary design.

                    Printed Organza

                    Printed sarees come with a combination of floral patterns, geometric prints and motifs. These are adored by women due to their lightweight nature and affordable pricing.

                    Organza Silk

                    It is a perfect blend of Indian modern and traditional styles, which makes it a perfect choice for any event. Their silk shine and comfortable fabric have made them a popular choice amongst women.

                    Organza Cotton

                    Because of their softness and inherent beauty, these cotton-blend sarees have become a favourite because of their passion for this fabric and cotton sarees, which offer the ideal balance of style and comfort. These stunning sarees are too good to resist because of the organza fabric's sheen and the soft cotton's softness.

                    Styling the Organza Saree

                    You can play around and experiment with your blouse neck. Since it is a sheer material, which means it is slightly transparent, you can try a high-neck blouse, or even a sweetheart neck, which will look elegant.

                    Pick a colour that will complement your undertone. Go for pastel colours if you wish to go for a subtle style, or wear bold colours if you wish to make a statement. You may accessorize it with jewellery, earrings or a neckpiece. The accessory aims to complement your saree, not overpower it.