Do you know about saree material?
I've been looking around at different websites showing Indian sarees and I think they are beautiful, but I don't know much about them. There are so many different styles and fabrics that I don't know what to look for. Is there a saree fabric that is a) machine washable, b) does not wrinkle easily, c) is not sheer/see-through, and d) flows well/ not stiff like silk
The majority of sarees are made of Faux Georgette Fabric. To be honest I have never washed any of my sarees but if I were to I wouldnt put it in the washing machine I would just hand wash it. The only part of the saree that needs to be washed is the blouse. Hope this helps
@Lupozee, Thanks, that does help! But as another question to anyone, how do you care for your saree if you don't usually wash it besides the blouse? is it hung up or folded somewhere? can you usually iron them?
by Patty Inglish MS 5 years ago
What is the silliest thing you have accidentally run through the washing machine?I recently washed a thick paperback book - didn't hurt the laundry, but some pages joined in a kind of paper mache. It was a good book, too.
by tintin007 6 years ago
Indian girls,what is the most fashionable style of wearing saree?
by shinujohn2008 9 years ago
Malayalam heroines from the Mollywood are always fascinating because they wear sarees , salwar kameez in movies. There are many malayali celebrities we love to watch in films. I will start with Kanika in a traditional old style dress in movie pazhassiraja
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