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Silk Salwar Suits

The word ‘silk’ brings an image of a soft smooth fabric having sheen and a luxury look. This extravagant fabric has for centuries been associated with richness and royalty. When people buy clothes for special occasions like weddings, silk is one of the most preferred fabrics.

How is Silk made?

Production of silk fabric began in ancient China. Pure silk is woven using natural protein fibers. These fibers are obtained from cocoons of insect larvae, mainly mulberry cocoons. India is the second largest producer of silk after China. In northern and eastern India, the fabric is called Resham while in southern India it is called Pattu. Banarasi silk from Varanasi and Kanchipuram silk from south India are well known varieties of pure silk fabrics in India. Pure silk that is woven on a handloom is quite high-priced. Colorful garments made with pure silk are woven with golden and silver silk threads to add extravagance to the attire. has a lovely collection of silk salwar suits that will and trend and glamour to your ethnic looks.

Pure Silk vs Art Silk

Since pure silk is very expensive, its use is limited to high-end luxury garments and bridal-wear suits. The silk which is readily available in the market at economy prices is artificial silk commonly known as Art-Silk that has sheen and texture resembling pure silk. Art silk is made with rayon, nylon, bamboo fibers and many more that are not very high priced. Garments made with these fabrics are ideal for every-day wear as well as party-wear. offers the latest fashion in silk salwar suits. Choose from our colorful range of digital print salwar suits, gota work suits, zari work and embroidered suits for occasions and a wide range of colours.

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From colorful casuals to elegant formal wear and trendy party-wear, stylishly caters to your ethnic wardrobe needs. Choose from flowing anarkali suits, traditional Pakistani suits, contemporary indo-western suits and other styles from our exclusive range of designer salwar suits. We strive to bring the latest designs to your closet at the best price and with a hassle-free online shopping experience!