Here are some common questions about KTC Fashion
There are only four types of natural silk produced around the world like Mulberry silk, Eri silk, Tasar silk, and Muga silk. The Mulberry silk has the highest contribution around as much as 90% of silk production, with the mulberry silkworm generally being regarded as the purest silk to be found.
A saree or sari is a beautiful garment which represents Indian tradition and their culture that consists of a drape varying from five to nine yards (4.5 meters to eight meters) long and two to four feet (60 cm to 1.20 m) broad that’s typically wrapped around the waist, with one end draped over the shoulder.
Banarasi Saree is a pure variant of Silk originating from the beautiful city of Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India. From the old times, banarasi sarees are crafted exclusively for the royalty families each Banarasi sari was created from real gold and silver threads, taking as much as a year to make a beautiful banarasi silk saree.
Kanjeevaram Saree – Tamil Nadu | Paithani Saree – Maharashtra | Banarasi Saree – Varanasi | Linen Saree – Kochi (9 to 5 Office wear Collection) | Narayanpet Saree – Sholapur, Maharashtra | Peshwai Saree – Tradition of Maharatha | Patola Saree – Patna, Gujrat | Uppada Saree – Andhra Pradesh | Irkal Handloom Saree (Karnataka) | South cotton Handloom Saree.
There is nothing more refreshing than draping a pristine white tent, jamdani saree to a ceremony, or a function. Yet during a careless moment, a drop of curry from your plate onto the plush fabric might ruin all your joy. Some food stains are too stubborn to soaps and detergents, which have little or no effect on them. Here’s a handy tip on how to deal with such stains.
It is always a pleasure to drape crisp cotton sarees, when properly starched and ironed, to meetings and formal events. However, the stiffness in starched sarees can make them rather unmanageable too. This is often the case with brand new cotton sarees or some very fine silks such as garad or tussar. Here are some simple ways in which you can reduce the stiffness in your starched sarees.
1. If you want to soften the saree without removing the starch completely, then steam iron the saree. Remember to use the correct setting in your iron based on the saree fabric.
2. If you want to remove the starch completely, then soak the saree in cold water for 30 minutes. Then rinse, dry, and steam iron the saree to remove all traces of starch.
3. For heavily starched sarees, add half a cup of distilled white vinegar to a bucket of cold water and soak the saree in it for 30 minutes. Then rinse, dry, and steam iron the saree. It is now soft and starch-free!
All sarees, and especially the white ones, run the risk of getting your lipstick accidentally smudged onto it when you are putting on your makeup in a hurry! Don’t worry! Even the darkest of lip color stains can be removed if you can take action quickly.
We have 10,000+ beautiful saree designs and adding more every day to our collections.