The Unnati range of block printed sarees, kurtas, kurtis spans a lot of fabric varieties from across India.
You have the Maheshwari cotton and sico sarees with their printed range in earthy and light hues with mango booties interspersed by alternating color bands with prints on the pallu and complemented with attractive wide borders. There are fine Bengal silks with characteristic vibrant hues and captivating wide borders and enchanting designer pallus. Then there are printed handloom cotton sarees with their range of floral designs and geometrical designs, the soft Bengal Tant cottons with their eye-catching wide borders flanked by zari linings either side of them. the fine Banarasi Supernets with temple border and booti designs, the more sober Mangalgiri cotton sarees with pastel colors, the bright flashy Venkatagiri cottons, along with other cotton thrills from Kerala, Kota, Kanchi, Chanderi, Malmal and lots more. You also have exclusive Kota silks and a special range of Banarasi Organza silks to add color and creativity in the block printed ranges.
Block printed Salwar suits offer immense possibilities of designs so that there is always scope to offer something new each time, to the market. The salwar suit being a three piece dress, the permutations and combinations in sleeve formats, neck designs, borders, fabric, and a host of other factors contribute a lot to the fabulous outcomes in each three piece set.
The Unnati collection of block printed salwar kameez is both large and interesting. You have the Bagh Maheshwari cotton salwar kameez range in earthy colors where the kameez and salwar have a light-dark contrast or combination in prints – plenty of booti prints and self-color stripes patterns. There are Rajkot cottons with plain salwar and kameez but the dupatta being heavily designer - zigzag, floral, checks, multicolor patterns to adorn. There is the exclusive silk range of salwar suits in Dupion silk. There are very many other varieties that beckon your attention – Chanderi sico and silk, Andhra cotton, Rajkot poly cotton, Mangalagiri cotton, Narayanpet cotton, Malmal cotton, Tussar silk, Venkatagiri cotton, Banarasi supernet and raw silk, georgette art silk, Kota tissue silk etc. with the list increasing.
Going by the popularity of block prints that has engulfed the market and enthused it beyond interest, there is a special line of fine handloom kurtas and kurtis at Unnati silks that sports a line of interesting designer fare in Meghalaya Organza, Banarasi Supernet, Mangalagiri, Rajasthani, Punjab, Rajasthan handloom cotton kurtis and kurtas with fancy prints, trendy and imaginative, expressive and explosive, to hold your interest and beckon you to explore. The ideal way to beat the heat in a summer that could promise a rising mercury and sapping spirits.