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Shop the elegant and opulent Banarasi Collection at Pernia’s
An art form that traces its roots back to the Mughal dynasty, a weaving tradition that started in the 14th century, an embroidery style that has established its own legacy - Banarasi weaves, silks, and brocade styles are the epitome of Indian handlooms. Pernia’s pays homage to the Banarsi handlooms and embroidery through the latest range of the Banarsi Collection. This opulent and elegant collection includes Designer Banarasi Sarees, Designer Banarasi Lehengas, Designer Banarasi Dupattas, Banarasi Kurtis, Banarasi Anarkalis, and Banarasi Suits.
Using premium materials sourced from the rolling hills of Southern India and lovingly crafted with hand on the banks of the ancient city of Varanasi, Banarasi garments have four main varieties - Katan made with pure silk, Kora made with organza, georgette, and shattir. The brocade garments are embroidered with delicate silver and golden threads in a style known as ‘Zari’ work. The rich and extravagant embellishments of Banarasi garments, especially sarees, make them one of the finest weaves in the Indian fashion industry. They are a symbol of prosperity, sophistication, and ultimate grace. Which is why Banarasi garments are the preferred fashion choice by many women for religious festivities ranging from Diwali to Durga Puja and the perfect additions to their Bridal Trousseau.
The Banarasi Collection: Paying homage to the rich heritage of Benares
Banarasi weaving a true feat of patience and craftsmanship. With three designers working on it, a standard banarasi saree can take from 15 days to a month and sometimes up to six months to create and uses nearly 5600 thread wires to craft its intricate brocade and zari patterns. Traditional Banarsi patterns and motifs find their inspirations from nature and are broadly divided into seven categories - Jangla, Tanchoi, Tissue, Butidar, Cutwork, and Jamdani.
Jangla is a luxurious, heavily embroidered style featuring floral designs done in colourful silk threads. Tanchoi is woven with weft silk threads criss-crossing to form gorgeous kaleidoscopic patterns. Tissue Banarasi garments are woven with golden threads to give a shiny, light fabric. The Butidar style features a signature dark blue fabric woven with silver and gold threads, the juxtaposition of which is locally called the Ganga Jamuna design. 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 the cotton.
Browse Banarasi Lehengas for a rich and regal look on your big day
Indian weddings are an explosion of joy, exuberance, and emotions. Reflect this in your choice of dress with a designer lehenga that is an absolute show stopper. The latest collection of Banarasi Lehengas by Pernia’s spoils you with its range of brocade and zari embroidered designer lehengas from the top designers in the country. Be the life of the party in a vibrant yellow banarasi lehenga with a contemporary zig zag pattern and detailed floral embroidery; paired with a matching blouse and a sheer dupatta. Look like the picture of elegance and style in a tangerine handwoven banarasi brocade lehenga in a silk base featuring gold metallic thread work and a flattering silhouette. Go for an understated and classy look in a beige lehenga in a banarasi base adorned with zardosi embroidery and worn with a matching anarkali and a scalloped net dupatta.
Browse more Banarasi lehengas and other designer women’s wear with the incredible curations by Chhavvi Aggarwal, The Jaipur Story, and more at Pernia’s.
Banarasi Silk Sarees: The epitome of grace and sophistication
Banarasi Silk Sarees are easily recognizable with their intricate patterns of intertwining floral and foliate motifs, known as ‘kalga’ and ‘bel’, a string of upright leaves called ‘jhallar’ on the border. Pernia’s brings to you a collection of Banarasi Silk Sarees from fashion houses that honour age-old designs while putting their own twist on tradition.
Catch everyone’s eye in a bright pink saree in a cotton silk base featuring a floral foil print and paired with a contrasting yellow unstitched chanderi blouse. Look absolutely regal and ravishing in a mint green saree in banarasi base with zardosi embroidery, worn with a heavily embroidered blouse and scalloped border. Step into the limelight with the beauty of banarasi on full display in a fuchsia handwoven banarasi saree made with merging katan silk and mulberry silk; it features a rich golden pallu embellished with a kadhua woven zari jangla pattern.
Explore the amazing work of the design labels that created the Banarasi Silk Sarees collection at Pernia’s with our range of Priyanka Jha, Jayanti Reddy, and more.
Shop Banarasi Suits for an effortlessly dressed up outfit
Want to look dressed up without too much effort? The Banarasi Suit is our go-to recommendation. Look like you mean business and dress up in a stone grey hand woven kurta in silk base and a digital floral print, worn with straight leg pants. Play up your feminine grace in a dreamy peach hand woven kurta with banarasi kadwa work and paired with matching palazzo pants and a sheer dupatta. Go for a structured look and sport an onion pink handwoven banarasi kurta in dupion silk base with digital print and jaunty front slit.
Shop for more Banarasi garments with our specially curated collections of Kritika Murarka, Myoho, Kaia, Megha and Jigar, and more at Pernia’s.
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