Rich and Flowy- SILK CREPE

The Mysore silk crepe is woven from hardspun silk yarn and is one of the most widely used form of silk across India. The Mysore silk comes from the city of Mysore in Karnataka, India. Since Mysore silk crepe belongs to an era of ancient India, it traditionally is made of pure silk with gold Zari. Inspired by the natural ambiance and customs of the time, the Mysore silk crepe saree got a face that preserves the heritage of India.

There is an inimitable range of fashionable apparel made out of Mysore silk crepe. The range is an interesting mix of new and old. Improvisations that have been introduced in the Mysore silk have led to the creation of a new variety. From the heavily bordered Mysore silk sarees, the industry has now moved on to create crepe sarees that are lightly embroidered and can be worn to work as well as to occasions and festivals. The demand of a Mysore Silk saree is unbeatable. An exhibition held in 2011 of the Mysore silk and crepe Sarees saw a tremendous influx of interested and prospective buyers. Till date the Mysore silk crepe that has been sold, was made purely of silk. Newer versions of the fabric are being introduced because of the altering industry trends.

The future of Mysore crepe weaves vivid patterns comprising its usage in not just apparel, but also in the sphere of interiors. Some interesting creations out of Mysore crepe could be luggage, wallpapers etc. Nothing could match crepe better than ornate jewelry. From gold, silver to even simple pearl set looks beautiful with a Mysore crepe saree.

Maintaining Mysore crepe apparel is easy, until it is a sari heavily embellished with zari. For keeping your crepe fresh and new, getting it dry cleaned is a good option. If it’s an embroidered crepe suit, tending in reverse is the right thing to do.