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Jute- A Universal Competitor And Dazzling Attire
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‘Jute’, one of the most ambidextrous fibers with blending qualities next to cotton and became a competitor to all fibers.
‘Saree’ is the only apparel that has been praised all around the world. Indian Saree is the conspicuous traditional garb that showcases women’s grace.
Indian Jute sarees are quite famous in present fashion scenario. With glorious textures and with proficient weaving technologies, they became sizzling attires of India.
Now days, Jute fabrics play a vital role right from the accessories to garments. These are suitable for every occasions and grand events as they are richly and royally woven.
Jute is a natural fiber that comes from an outer skin of Jute plant. It produces clothes of soft and shiny fabrics. These are usually of silver-gold shining and long lasting fabrics.
Jute has a richest history during British Empire. Since 17th century, it has been an integral part of Bangladesh. British rulers exported these jute manufactured products to many countries. During 1970s, due to the appearance of synthetic fibers, Jute industry has been ceased.
Later, since 21st century, Jute laid down the synthetic industry and rose up its exports worldwide.
Some of the striking facts about Jute are,
It is recyclable and environmentally friendly. It has moisture absorbing capacity and makes best quality yarns and fabrics. It has low thermal conductivity and has a capacity to blend with other fibers.
Due to these features, Jute is especially used into clothing.
Weavers produced these Jute fabrics into clothes very carefully and extraordinarily to gain the hearts of women.
The fibers of Jute are naturally off white to brown colour. To weave stylish patterns and printing techniques into sarees weavers use Jute fibers. They blends it with other fibers such as cotton, silk, wool, nylon, rayon etc.
Unquestionably, Jute is not only used to produce Sarees but also used to produce Purses, accessories, sweaters, rayon clothes and etc.
Sarees such as Banarasi, Tussar, Patachitra, Maheshwari, Gicha, Warli and etc makes use of Jute fibers for border and pallu patch works.
Jute involves in block printings like bagru, batik and dabu etc. The motifs such as flowers, kundans, beads, sequins, stones and other geometrical printed patterns are used intricately.
Jute Sarees are very popular and available in all major cities of India and other countries. These are basically of low cost along with good blending qualities.
Jute block printed sarees are corporate and college wears. Jute Cotton sarees are cool wears during hot summers. The designer Jute banarasi sarees with embroidery and floral works are best suitable for grand parties, festivals and other grand occasions. Jute works in pattu sarees with designer works are apt for wedding ceremonies.
Jute fibers are gorgeous and fascinating attires of women and have hot demand across the globe.
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