India is known for its rich heritage of textiles and handlooms. Handwoven Indian textiles have an unmatched finesse and uniqueness to it. They are crafted with love and dedication by the weavers to produce top quality handlooms. Each handwoven textile depicts a certain character and adds more drama to your ethnic wear.
The traditional Indian kurti are handwoven with the finest textiles with a distinct ethnic touch. Stylish, comfortable kurti tops look absolutely flattering, no matter how you wear them. Be it a formal function or a casual gathering with your friends and family, you can put on a kurti for any occasion. What’s best is that you don’t have to worry about your size and shape to wear a kurti. They are easy to wear and maintain and can be worn over stylish pants, leggings, and recently palazzos. So handloom kurtis are every woman’s go-to garment.
Since ancient times India has been a well-known exporter of textiles. India exported fabrics to far eastern and some European countries. Traditional Indian weaves date back to the Indus Valley Civilization. Cotton textiles and weaving looms were preferred to make garments back then. The tribal life of people that time is reflected in the designs which were generally in the form of motifs and figures of plants, animals and human figures. So during primitive times, men used to make their own garments. Essentially everything was handwoven and handspun. Later on many textile mills were set up in major towns of India to expand the trade of handlooms.
The cottage industry developed in India gradually. Skilled artisans weaved fabrics from natural fibers like cotton, jute, silk, wool, etc. The whole family was engaged in the production of cloth. Everything from spinning the yarn, coloring to weaving on the loom was done by them. Fabrics produced from these looms were referred to as Handloom. They used materials like wood and bamboo during the production process and hence it was an eco-friendly method of producing clothes.
Craftsmen generally used the spinning wheel to spurn yarn. This was later made into cloth on the handloom by the weavers. We can say that the entire process of fabric production was manual. The fabric thus produced was for the masses and affordable for everyone. Gradually many weaving styles were introduced which used machine-spun yarn.
From plain simple handlooms to a variety of motifs, trendy geometric designs, tye and dye techniques to intricate artwork on the fabrics, traditional handloom Kurtis have undergone a major transformation. Indian fashion designers have kept the old handwoven fabric but added a contemporary touch to its design and pattern.
Designers today are trying to keep the age-old Indian tradition of handwoven textiles alive. They create a beautiful piece of ethnic wear by adding their own creativity and craftsmanship in the traditional handloom outfits to give it a modern twist. So the handloom kurti collection showcases modernism in terms of design and tradition in terms of fabric. Flaunt the newest and best collection with our trendy handloom kurtis range. Available in a variety of colors, patterns and styling our handloom kurtis are second to none. These kurtis are available at pocket-friendly prices.
Handloom Kurtis is back in fashion trends. Pair this traditional and beautiful handwoven kurtis with matching leggings or even the latest style of the palazzo. Include these in your ethnic collection and enhance your fashion sense, this handloom kurtis with leggings are suitable for casual wear, office wear, parties, and social gatherings. Have a nice collection of this traditional and contemporary kurtis and flaunt them in style.
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There came a time in the Indian fashion industry when the Handlooms saw a decline in popularity. Let us protect our conventional Indian Handlooms and keep our tradition alive in form of handloom ethnic wear. Let us pay an ode to the dedicated masters of the weaving craft by wearing the handwoven fabric garments. Handlooms are timeless fabrics and there is dire need to revive them in the fashion industry. So let's wear our traditional handloom kurtis in style!
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