Tie & dye has come out well on all cotton fabrics. Cotton is a widely preferred natural fibre material since it is a good plain weave of simple lattice of closely placed yarn threads. It is soft, smooth textured, light, airy, sheer and very comfortable as a fabric for daily wear and long durations. The Unnati Silks collection of tie & dye fabrics especially in the handloom cotton range is worth exploring for the color combinations, the exquisite display of captivating patterns of Bandhani and Leheriya shibori.
There is a wide and diverse range in tie & dye sarees with fabric varieties of Kota cotton, bandhani art silk, satin silk, georgette, crepe, Chanderi sico, chiffon, soft linen, pure khadi already lined up. Others like Mangalagiri, Jaipuri, and the captivating Sambalpuris in silk and cotton with the fascinating tie & dye designs and hues are in captivating display. The dot fantasies of Bandhani, the wavy spreads of leheriya, the criss cross color bands in shibori make for an impressive collection of traditional weaves in trendy stylish displays.
Vibrant hues, lovely choice of designs, electrifying border combinations, a variety of neck and sleeve formats on the kameez, a matching to contrast salwar and a dupatta fittingly complementary, make up a diverse range in Bandhani cotton, Satin cotton, Jaipuri, with a special range of phulkari designs as well, just to name a few.
An experiment in color combinations, a dare in designs and you have a whole lot of vibrant, exciting, spread of chiffon dupattas with Bandhani and Leheriya designs that fill the mind, titillate the senses.