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Glossary

  • By Fabric-

Fabric or cloth is a flexible material that is made by a network of natural or artificial fibers. As for example strands of thread or yarn are weaved to form Fabric. Fabric is mostly used in the manufacturing of clothing and household furnishings etc. Cloth is made in many varying strengths and degrees of durability, from the finest gossamer fabrics to sturdy canvas sailcloth. Please follow the link to get the definition detail of all types of Fabrics:

  • By Style-

As Steve Jobs once said "Design is not just what it looks like and feels like, design is how it works". Indian fashion designers worked very hard to present the available ethnic wears in most stylish & comfortable ways. Target groups adopted the fashion very fast and some of them have become parts of our daily lives. Please follow the link to get the definition of different styles applicable to saree and other ethnic wears.

  • By Work-

Work on apparel or on garment primarily mean the decoration and designs to make that garment attractive. Sometime the price of apparel (specifically a saree) depends on the nature of the work and how gorgeously the work has been executed or embellished on a saree. The more time it takes for the work, the higher price it could be. Broadly speaking, we can categories the major work in the following categories: Print, thread work, embellishment, acrylic work etc. Please visit this link to know more about what works are done on women apparel.

  • By Fashion-

Fashion is a famous style or practice, particularly in apparel, footwear or accessories. Fashion is an unique and regularly continual pattern in the style in which an individual dresses. It is the predominating styles in conduct and the most current manifestations of various fashion and textile designers. India is a nation with an ancient clothing & fashion tradition. In spite of the fact that a modest bunch of designers existed before the 1980s, the late 80s and the 1990s saw a spurt of development. This was the after-effect of increasing introduction to worldwide style and the economic boom after the economic liberalization of the Indian economy in 1990. The following decades firmly placed fashion as an industry, across India. Please visit this link to know more about fashion and the categories we serve in Indian fashion.

  • By Traditional Dress-

Indian clothing has been influenced by diverse cultural influences since time immemorial. The sari itself, historians say dates back to the Indus Valley Civilization which flourished in 2800-1800 BC. Indian women have always loved to dress up in their traditional costumes, attires and accessories during festivals and other occasions which are an integral part of Indian life. The cultures, occasion, demography and weather pattern actually influenced the evolution of Indian women wear. Kindly visit our specific page dedicated to the definition of traditional dresses of women in India.