So where are these fantastic skirts coming from?
Ahhh yes... time for a history lesson. These luscious skirts are being made from vintage saris. Want to learn more? Read on!
Sari is simply a very unique garment which covers all, yet reveals all! What is a typical sari like? The sari can be silk, or fine cotton or an elegant chiffon material in any color or design
Sari is a rectangular piece of unstitched fabric which is draped in a very fascinating manner. The length of this fabric is 6 yards long. The traditional 6 yard sari allows for generous pleating, and draping around the body and over the shoulders almost Grecian in style. The loose end of the fabric, which is thrown over the left shoulder, is known as ‘Pallu’. Pallu usually has extensive design or embroidery woven into it. This is the only garment in feminine apparel which has stayed in fashion for 5000 years.