Buy Mixed Weave Sarees Online
Mixed weave fabrics are a vibrant handwoven mix of silk, cotton, khadi, and other forms of fiber. These fabrics are also known as 'Mashru'. The word ‘Mashru’ means ‘permitted’ in Arabic and its Sanskrit variation ‘Misru’ means ‘mixed’. Mixed weave sarees are characterized by its fine satin finish, bright contrasting stripes in vibrant colors, and striped Ikat weave. This fabric is a specialty of Patan and Mandvi in Gujarat. Buy the best of Mashru or Mixed Weaves Sarees Online from Beatitude.
History of Mixed Weave Sarees
The entire concept of Mashru is said to have come from the Muslim community, where using Silk was prohibited as it is made by killing the silkworms and cacoons. This dilemma led to the production of mixed weave fabric as its inner fabric which stays in direct touch with the body is Cotton or Khadi and the exterior of the cloth is Silk. This mixed weave fabric slowly gained popularity among the larger community as well and became an integral part of the wardrobe of Kutch Nomads.
Types of Mixed Weave Sarees
Mixed weaves sometimes use rayon instead of silk for the same sheen effect in a much cost-effective way. Rayon gives a better texture along with shine. Here’s the latest collection of mixed weaves sarees with a price on Beatitude.
Beige Shade Handwoven Noil Silk Embroidered Saree
Noil is the short fiber left over from combing wool or spinning silk. It is relatively weaker, has low resilience, and tends to have a very low luster, which makes it appear more like cotton than silk. Characterized by eye-catching floral motifs, this Beige shade Handwoven Noil Silk Embroidered Saree is the epitome of classic style. It has been tailored using Noil Silk for a soft and elegant feel and comes with woven tassel trim at the ends for a stunning look. Buy this elegant drape for only Rs. 7,860.
Red Shade Handwoven Blended Cotton Saree
Blended cotton sarees, with its fabulous handwork designs, can give you the pretty lady look you are longing for. This red shade handwoven blended Cotton saree is just what you need to shine is get together, parties, networking events, and/or dates. Wear a contrasting blouse of a lighter shade and a jhumkas for a perfect ethnic look. Grab this beauty at Rs. 2,920.
Purple Shade Handwoven Maheshwari Saree
Originating from the town of Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh, this saree is a blend of cotton and pure silk fabric woven with zari or brocade in varied designs, including stripes, checks and floral borders. At only Rs. 3,187, this dark purple colour handwoven Maheswari saree with a golden border will let you shine among others. Wear it with a designer blouse, or bell blouse as shown and pair it up with ethnic jewellery for a complete look. Check out Beatitude's handcrafted jewelry to match this saree.
Styling Tips for mixed weaves sarees
If you are looking to buy weaves sarees online, then you may want to know about some popular styling tips for weave sarees.
Selecting the right petticoat
When choosing your silk weaving saree, you have to ensure that you select the right petticoat. A cotton petticoat provides a good grip. Also, ensure that the petticoat provides a tight fit so that the saree can be tucked in securely. Additionally, the petticoat must match the colour of your saree as well.
Choosing the right blouse:
If you go for banarasi weaves sarees, then you have to select the perfect blouse. You can experiment with the neckline and sleeve length, but ensure that the fit is just right; not too tight or loose. With silk sarees don’t go for blouses that have embellishments, keep it minimal and simple.
Length of the Pallu
This is an important element that can make or break your look. When you purchase the weaves sarees online, you need to be mindful of the length. If it’s too short it will throw off the aesthetic of your outfit, but if it’s too long will make you appear shabby. You have to adjust the saree according to the design and height of your saree.
Perfect Occasion to wear a weaves Saree
If you want to wear banarasi weaving silk sarees, then there are many occasions to flaunt this classic ethnic piece. You can go for silk weaving saree for any low key occasions like a casual brunch or a work event. If you want to go for a professional look then go for banarasi weaves sarees because they are great as workwear.
Maintenance of Mixed Weave Sarees
Mixed weave sarees are relatively easier to maintain than pure Silk. Wash carefully with cold water and a slow rinse cycle. Dry it away from direct sunlight to help keep the glossiness of the fabric intact for a longer time.
When purchasing weaves sarees online, you need to understand how to care for them, so that you can maintain their quality in the long run. Here are a few quick tips to keep your weave saree looking its best.
- Soak the saree in saltwater before hand washing them, do this for 10 to 15 minutes to avoid discolouration
- Rinse with cold water and mild detergent
- Never wash the saree in a washing machine
- Do not wring the fabric
- Dry in a shady place, and avoid direct sunlight
- Store the saree in a moisture-free place as it can damage the fabric
Why Beatitude to buy mixed weave saree online?
Beatitude is your luxury destination to buy the most exclusive and curated collection of Handloom, Handcrafted, Handwoven Sarees, Dupattas, Customized Designer Blouses, Premium Stoles, Ethnic Wear and Handcrafted Jewelleries. Beatitude aims to be a blessing for both the handicraft weavers and their clients across the globe to deliver a masterpiece at a pragmatic price. We do everything we can to guarantee you a smooth shopping experience. Buy Mixed Weaves sarees online with an easy 30-day return and/or exchange policy, quick delivery feature, cash on delivery facility, and more. Beatitude also offers exclusive discounts and sales as per seasons and festivals. Please follow us on Facebook, Instagram for the Coupon code running for Exclusive Mixed weaves Sarees. Shop for sarees online on Beatitude and satisfy all your wardrobe needs with zero hassles.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are weave sarees?
Weaves or Mixed Weaves sarees are a blend of two or more types of fabrics. This handwoven mix is often called Mashru. Most Popular types in sarees in India are Silk and Cotton, but mixed weave sarees are gorgeous and attractive as they have the property of both the fabrics, that is the comfort as well as style.
How to identify a pure silk weave saree?
There is a variety of pure silk weaves available - Mulberry silk blend, Tasar silk blend, Eri silk blend, Muga silk blend, Spider silk blend, Mussel silk blend, Anaphe silk blend, Coan silk blend. A genuine and pure silk weave saree will have minor irregularities in the evenness of the texture. There's another experiment which can help you decide whether the silk is a pure one. Burn a few threads of the silk; it should smell like burnt hair. The ash produced should be black, crispy and brittle. Also, the older a pure silk weave saree gets, the beautiful it tends to become.
What is the price of mixed weaves sarees?
With the price of weave saree starting from Rs. 2,200, you can easily buy these beautiful blends of mixed weave fabrics and elegance. Beatitude also offers handwoven Cotton Silk mixed weaves Maheshwari Dupattas.
Which is the best site to buy weave sarees online?
If you want to own one-of-a-kind mixed weaves sarees, then Beatitude is the best platform for you, where you can select from a wide range of fabrics, designs and print styles. Beatitude is your luxury destination and one-stop-shop to the most exclusive and curated collection of Sarees, Dupattas, Blouses, Stoles, and many more. Subscribe to our newsletters through our website Beatitude.in and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and more, to know about our Launches, New Arrivals, Offers & much more.