The Many Benefits Of Wearing Mulmul Sarees
Benefits Of Wearing Mulmul Saree
To begin one's six-yard journey, I believe mulmul sarees are a great option.
Fine cotton fabric made in India is recognized for its delicate muslin since the beginning of time, although Indian mulmul is a little thicker.
There is nothing like a mulmul saree to make you feel like you've been wearing the same tee shirt for years, hassle-free and simple. To me, the best mulmuls are hand-block printed with designs created using natural dyes and traditional methods.
Using SootiSyahi hand block printed dupattas, and kurtis, I made a DIY mulmul saree and wore it across the country. You can also search/find mulmul cotton sarees online on google.
The six-yard journey is easier to begin with mulmul sarees, especially if one is in a hurry and does not want to deal with heavy sarees that require a large number of safety pins.
I've Compiled A List Of The Reasons Why I Enjoy Wearing Mulmul Sarees
- For the most part, they don't require any care or attention, can be washed in the washing machine, don't need to be ironed and get better with wear.
- It's a well-known summer favorite, but when paired with the right accessories, it's also great for winter and travel.
- They're incredibly simple to drape, great for a variety of experiments, and even the messiest of pleats will look nice when done with them.
- Rather than using synthetic colours, many indigenous block-printing processes employ natural dyes, which are better for the skin and the environment.
- Mulmul sarees are available in a wide range of vibrant and subdued hues depending on the printing technique used, making them appealing to a wide range of people.
- Whether you're going to wear them to the office or a party, how you accessorize them makes all the difference.
- I've paired them with gold and silver jewelry in the past as well.
- They can be found in most saree shops, as well as government emporiums and boutiques.
- Students and collectors of high-end designers can both afford these fabrics, which are priced according to the amount of work they require.
- All kinds of patterns and prints are available from stripes to checks to geometrics to florals.
SootiSyahi in Dabu, Bagru, Sanganeri block print from their e-store, etc., offers hand block prints on mulmul sarees.
I've always preferred clothes that are ethically made from natural fibers and have been handloomed or handcrafted, and I believe I will continue to do so.
To this day, I am awestruck by our ancient methods of dyeing, weaving, stitching and embroidery that are still relevant in today's global marketplace.
At the heart of the Indian handicraft industry are an estimated 200 million workers who are employed in the production of artisanal goods (Crafts Council of India, 2011).
When I buy handcrafted apparel, I'm getting a piece of history that has been passed down through the family.
Prints made by hand using a block of wood. Despite the fact that mulmul sarees are created with a power loom, the efforts of the artisans who adorn the material tick all the appropriate boxes for me.