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Shop the timeless and trend-setting new collection of Banarasi Dresses at Pernia’s
The shining and holy city of Varanasi has been known by many names - the sacred town of Kashi, the cultural city of Benares, The City of Lights, the Forest of Bliss. This multifaceted city has great historical and artistic significance, especially because of its rich trade of textiles, fabrics, sculptures, and other arts that has been thriving for centuries. The most popular textile to come out of the looms of Varanasi are the Banarasi brocades - traditionally crafted with pure silk, these intricate weaves are made on a handloom often with three designers working on a saree piece which can take from 15 days to a month and sometimes up to six months to create and uses nearly 5600 thread wires.
Pernia’s pays homage to this true feat of craftsmanship and skill in our latest collection of Banarasi Dresses. This timeless and trend-setting range features classic motifs inspired by nature, often seen in Banarasi work, and complements it with contemporary designs and geometric patterns giving these designer dresses a 21st century spin. The fashion houses we work with display their keen understanding of the tastes and needs of the modern Indian woman through this collection that expertly balances tradition with trends, to give you unique and original pieces that you are sure to love. This collection features Banarasi Dress, Banarasi Dupatta Dresses, Banarasi Silk Dresses, designer dresses with Banarasi Dupattas, and much more!
Explore the versatility and beauty of Banarasi brocades through our incredible and comprehensive Designer Banarasi Collection, which takes your through a journey through traditional wear such as Designer Banarasi Sarees and banarasi lehengas to more modern wear such as Banarasi Dress, Designer Banarasi Gowns, banarasi skirts, and banarasi tops.
Elevate your fashion game with elegant Banarasi Dresses & Banarasi Dupatta Dresses
Banarasi designers are often inspired by nature and include patterns and motifs of flowers, leaves, and fauna into their work. These patterns are found in six broad styles - Jangla, Tanchoi, Tissue, Butidar, Cutwork, and Jamdani. Jangla is an opulent, heavily embroidered style showcasing floral designs made in vibrant colours. Tanchoi is woven with weft silk threads zig-zagging to form intricate geometric patterns. Tissue Banarasi garments are woven with gold threads to give a shiny, light fabric. The Butidar style features a signature dark blue fabric woven with silver and golden threads, the contrast of which has earned it the affectionate name of ‘Ganga Jamuna’. The Cutwork technique removes floating threads on a plain texture, creating a light, breathable, and transparent look. Leaves, jasmine, creepers, and marigold flowers are popular motifs in this style. Jamdani uses figured muslin and silk fabrics brocaded with cotton threads. Keeping true to tradition, our designers bring to you a range of Banarasi Dupatta Dresses that display these age-old styles with their own contemporary twist.
For more luxury women's wear, check out designers like Preeti Jhawar, Balance by Rohit Bahl, July by Tanya, Trisvaraa, and more at Pernia's Pop Up Shop.
Banarasi Silk Dresses: Create the perfect outfit for every occasion with extravagant Banarasi Dress!
Banarasi silks are easily recognizable with their intricate patterns of intertwining flowers and leaves motifs, known as ‘kalga’ and ‘bel’, and a string of upright leaves called ‘jhallar’ on the border. While the artistic weaving tradition started in pure silk known as Katan, it has expanded over the years to include Kora made with organza, georgette, and shattir. The silk garments are embroidered with delicate silver and golden threads in a style known as ‘Zari’ work. The rich and extravagant embellishments of Banarasi dresses make them one of the finest weaves in the Indian fashion industry. They are a symbol of wealth, elegance, and ultimate poise. Check out banarasi jacket dress, banarasi clothes, Banarasi Dress and more at Pernia's Pop Up Shop.
Pernia’s brings to you an elegant collection of Banarasi Silk Dresses that will surely make a lasting fashion statement. Amp up the style factor at a Sunday brunch with a mint banarasi silk dress adorned in a criss-cross pattern and silver embellishments. Dress up for a fancy evening affair in classy banarasi silks and ensure all eyes are on you. Shop for more designer Banarasi Dress inspired by Indian textiles with our specially curated collections of Meghna Panchmatia, Mint n Oranges, Zeel Doshi Thakkar, Mero, and more at Pernia’s.
Wear your designer Banarasi Dress, Dress with Banarasi Dupattas for the ultimate sophisticated look
Looking for an easy way to elevate a plain kurta or solid coloured anarkali? Drape over a designer banarasi dupatta! For the best combinations, browse through our newest range of designer Banarasi dresses with Dupattas. Add a dash of ethnic grace with a blue bandhani dupatta made in pure banarasi georgette base featuring an elegant diamond design made in golden and silver threads and a tasseled border. Steal the limelight with a bright red dupatta in pure banarasi georgette base adorned in a gorgeous geometric golden pattern. Using top quality materials sourced from Southern India and carefully crafted with hand on the banks of Varanasi, banarasi dupattas are a testament to the excellence of Indian craftsmanship.
Browse collections from the top fashion houses in the country with the incredible curations by Dheeru Taneja, Petticoat Lane, Safir by Madhuri, Roliana Weaves, Nadine India, and more only at Pernia’s Pop Up Shop.
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