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Laheria Prints – The Charming Dazzlers
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The Dazzling and heart throbbing, ‘Laheria Prints’ are creating their mark and branding their virtue internationally.
“Salwar Suits” are one of the most enticing attires of women with magnetizing power and charm.
In India, there is wide range of varieties of Salwar suits. But, Laheria prints occupy a special place with their uniqueness. Today, they are performing their best debut in fashion weeks.
“Leharia/Leheriya” comes from the France word “Lehar”, means wave. These complex waves’ uses a traditional art called Tie n Dye. This art produce very fresh styles of designs and works.
Originally, Laheria Prints have their roots in Rajasthan, which is located in India. During 19th and 20th centuries, under the patronage of Rajasthan local traders, weavers dignifiedly executed these Laheria prints.
Today, these are majorly produced from in and around cities of Rajasthan such as Jodhpur, Jaipur, Bikaner, Udaipur, Pali, Sikar, Barmer and etc.
Laheria is a style of wave woven by tie & dye practices. Basically, Laheria fabrics are bright colored clothes. With their wavy looks and designs, they became eye candies of today’s fashion.
Tie & dye is also called as the art of Bandhani in Rajasthan. Tie n dyeing and rolling are the major and painstaking stages involved in making Laheria prints.
Usually, Silk or Cotton or handloom clothes are used by the weavers for dyeing Laheria. Firstly, they tie the fabric at required time intervals to get wavy patterns. Then the fabric will be diagonally rolled and folded broadly or widely from one end to the opposite. Nowadays, some of the portions of fabric are unrolled by the weavers as to display the patterns.
The main thing is to be noted here is, dyeing will always starts with lighter shades and ends with darker shades. And after each successive dyeing, the cloth used for weaving the pattern is untied and dried.
To prevent spilling of colors or coloring of the tied areas, the fabric is tied in small and big knots and then dipped into the dye.
By this process, the weaver creates different colorful circles and squares of all sizes on the pattern. By keeping the final design in mind, they will repeat the process several times and uses different new shades.
Specific to the regions, tie & dye varies with different motifs, designs and colors. Different patterns like mountain patterns, swirling patterns, tear shaped patterns and circle-square patterns with dominant colors such as yellow, red, pink, green and blue are producing unique variations. With color resist dyeing technique, Leheria is distinguished by natural and ripple effects with dominant colors and motifs.
Laheria Salwar Suits with ripple effects and floral designs are corporate and trendy wears. Laheria Salwar suits of different trendy patterns are best suitable as all time classical wears. Designer Laheria prints with embroidery works are apt for weddings and other grand occasions.
By attracting the viewers, Laheria designs became instinctive attractors and kept as essential attires in the wardrobes today.
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