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From normal motifs to gota work to floral prints, play with opposite patterns on saris and dupattas to lay a character matter this gratifying season, contend experts.
Experts during weaverstory.com and Dastkar list down some trends that are in:
* For kanjiveeram, go for church design, far-reaching border, bullion checks or stripes, parrots, elephants, and peacocks. Off-white and black will also demeanour good.
* For Banarasi, we can go for a cutwork or jamdani tissue, with a ethereal hold of gold, and self colour jaal or butis all over, and classical ambi koniyas in a corners of a pallu. You should go for ethereal pastel colours like pink, mount green, aquamarine, and orange yellow.
* If we have bandhani tie-dye, afterwards we have a choice of going traditional, with a classical spousal red and bullion checkered gharchola design, or some of a newer ones that are being finished in contemporary layouts and colours.
* Pick kora sari for artistic brilliance with ghani booti. The detailing with such innovative eye for weaving will certainly make an impression.
* Another trend is excellent and intricately woven gota work, that looks beautiful and is an essential for all attires.
* For handwoven dupattas, patola and gota work is something to demeanour brazen to this gratifying season.
* Chanderi with normal motifs like birds, peacocks, flora and geometric patterns is a classic, and can never go wrong.