Unnati Silks has a fine range of Narayanpet Silk Sarees with variation in design, pattern and internal features. Narayanpet Saris are worn in their various forms for different occasions. Fancy block floral prints on Narayanpet cotton saree is preferred for daily casual, by college professors, corporate women and teachers. The Pure Handloom Narayanapet Sari is fashionable wear with its kundans on thread embroidery designs, and zari border with an attractive pallu. It is generally worn for college parties, festivals and event functions. The Narayanpet handloom cotton sarees are known for the the body colour contrasts against the pallu, the characteristic zari border and stripes, fine light colour floral block prints on dark coloured backdrops with multi-colour tiranga borders, a special bandhani pattern design with woven bootis on the saree and large bootis bock printed on the designer pallu - all that elevate the look and appeal of the saree.
Unnati Silks sports a special and exclusive range of Narayanpet Handloom cotton salwar suits to buy online. Floral bock printed kameez in pastel colours with attractive mango bootis block printed along with stripes design on a designer dupatta. Deep and earthy coloured plain shalwar kameez with light thread worked nakshi borders and an attractive stripes design. Dark coloured salwar kamiz with three-coloured tiranga borders along with a zari border. Bandhani pattern chudidar kamiz with bootis woven across the kameez in single vertical lines at intervals and large designer bootis printed on the chunni.
The special collection of Naryanpet cotton kurtis & kurtas at Unnati Silks display sombre shades, subdued colours with the typical shimmer quality from the different coloured threads are due to the weft weave. Motifs are chosen with care, edges have different hues, the temple design is a popular inclusion. Narayanpet cotton tunics appeal very much to those looking for quite elegance and poise.
Light prints on dark backdrops, is what the Naryanpet cotton kurtis & kurtas generally has. Weaves of fine count the typical use of zari on geometrical pattern or floral design borders, coloured thread worked borders in parallel, prints in dabu or bagru, the Narayanpet handloom cotton tops and tunics are lustrous and elegant in appearance.