Our Bahawalpur Edit boasts a fusion of timeless elegance and regal charm. These sarees showcase the opulent artistry of Chikankari, Makaish, and Gota work, an homage to the age-old techniques of Multan and Bahawalpur,. Each piece is unique, timeless and a perfect choice for low-key bridals, trousseau, parties or as gifts!
Dyeable:Yes (can be dyed in any colour to match your style, ensuring the shimmering silver and gold makaish work remains same)
Colour: Off White
Occasions: Bridal outfit, Nikkah, Reception
Texture /Print: Makaish work
Blouse Included: Yes(At the saree's start, there's 0.75 yards of plain white fabric ideally for the blouse. If you're medium-large or you want full sleeves it might not be enough, so add extra blouse fabric for a proper fit & let the existing one be a continuation of the saree)
-Dry Clean only to preserve its beauty.
-Do not use bleach or any other harmful chemical as they can weaken the fabric.
-Use Fabric conditioner or softlan to eliminate the smell of ink used for tracing purposes.
-Do not stretch or twist the fabric while washing as the hand work on it can be damaged.
- Prefer steam ironing.
- But when ironing with a regular iron, use a low heat setting and place a thin cloth or muslin fabric between the iron and the saaree to protect the intricate Chikankari, Makaish, and Gota work.
- To prevent creasing marks, remember to fold the saree in the opposite direction every three months.
-Do not hang the saaree on a hanger for a long period of time.
-Place the saarees in a breathable storage bag or wrap it in acid-free tissue paper to protect it from dust and insects.
4- Handling When Wearing:
-As the fabric is very delicate and sensitive, so be gentle when wearing the saree to prevent snags or tears.
-Avoid contact with sharp jewellery or objects that could damage the delicate embellishments.
Other: Each piece is unique and would not be restocked.
Unstitch saaree can be delivered in 3-4 working days