Sambalpuri handloom cotton and silk sarees are known for their vibrant colors, ikkat weaving, temple style borders, patola weaving and the excellent quality of weaving. The Rudraksha or bead formation design is a popular favourite. There are some innovative styles evolved through experimentation by Unnati Silks that have immensely interested the market.
There are mercerized cotton tie & dye patola weaving sarees, Sambalpuri cottons in fine handlooms with simple motifs, floral designs or a mix of the two - ikat on the motifs, borders and naturally the pallu being totally designer ikat. The colors a mix of the dark and bright, the Sambalpuri cottons are a treat to see. Trendy, eye-catching sarees in a variety of innovative designs and patterns and in a wide range of scintillating colours and shades, are part of the collection.
You have the shiny looking and lustrous Sambalpuri handloom charkha silks that are from a special process of spinning the silk yarn and weaving. The colors are simply eye-catching for their bright look and regal feel. Plenty of the temple borders and ikat patterns that are typical for the Sambalpuris.
The fresh-look Sambalpuri Salwar kameez from Unnati are a healthy blend of traditional with trending, elevating eye-catching appeal to bewitching heights. Unnati experiments with traditional styles in a fusion with modern designs and patterns. There is the Sambalpuri Punjabi suit that has an appealing look for fancy designs and vertical stripes done in weaving. It is preferred for traditional functions and festive occasions. There are some that employ the ikat style of tie-dye, where the threads are dyed with contrasting colours before they are woven with a special ‘extra weft’ technique. Bright coloured panels with extra motifs on a highly contrasting background make this tribal art fabric stand out. Small motifs decorate the designer dupatta.
There are also fine pure handloom sambalpuri cotton dupattas in bright and vibrant hues that sport the exotic ikkat hand woven designs and motifs, borders that include stripes in multi-colours and zari finery. It’s pure ikat ecstasy! Pastel coloured finely woven handloom cotton Sambalpuri dupatta with the ikat woven border, designer ikkat patterns on both ends, it exploits the exotic ikat weave to the fullest. Enchanting stoles for a cool stroll down the road, the eye-catcher at a get-together or matching piece for a formal salwar suit.
You have fine pure handloom sambalpuri cotton dupattas in bright and vibrant hues that sport the exotic ikkat hand woven designs and motifs, borders that include stripes in multi-colours and zari finery. There are exclusive Chanderi sico dupattas, in very light colours, with tantalizing borders and the brilliant use of zari in captivating motifs and pleasing patterns.