The essence or highlighting feature in the Warli Painting sarees is the miniature detailing where the details are so sharp it is next to impossible to know that it is tribal art made with the crudest of tools. It is indeed a professional masterpiece. The fine Warli Painting sarees in Pure Tussar and Dupion Silk in light colours and pastel shades have the saree background being plain and having sparsely distributed motifs across it. The eye-catcher is the Pallu or end-piece of the saree that hangs from the left shoulder where the Warli Painting theme or tribal art is displayed in full magnificence and in marvelous detail. Generally the themes are about everyday life, flora and fauna, dancing groups and other such social subjects drawn elaborately in light colors on a dark background to highlight the figurines that are displayed in narrative form.
In fact the range of Warli painting sarees covers fabrics like the Orissa Sico, pure jute cotton, pure Kerala cotton, pure handloom tussar silk saree, the tribal version of the same, pure Chanderi sico, pure handloom jute tussar ghicha silk, giving it variety and depth in display.