Women’s Fetish for Handcrafted Fabric

Rajesh Kumar
Women’s Fetish for Handcrafted Fabric

Online shopping has made the crème de la crème items from the most popular brands, accessible and affordable. Almost all the renowned international brands are available at a number of e-commerce websites, letting us judge the best price of all. Still, there exists a huge section of the brand-crazy urban crowd that craves for original handcrafted collectibles. Of these the hand woven silks, cotton and jute are perhaps the most valued ones on the global level. These valuable articles belong to the super expensive lot, as numerous artisans put in their hard work, artistry and most importantly their flawless skill into each of these. Yet, this online store of craftfurnish showcases a rare variety of handcrafted items at their ever reasonable prices, as mostly artisans are the direct sellers here. A checklist for the handcrafted essentials, especially the ones for your closet is enlisted below- as your shopping guide.


Muga, Tussar, Mulberry- the few top names that exists in every woman’s wish list, and no matter how many of these are there in the wardrobes, there’s always room enough for one more with a little different needle work. Keeping aside this particular love of most women, another material from the house of handloom is pure cotton. With variations weavings, cotton sarees have been ruling the hearts of women since ages. The beauty of raw silk and matte finish organic cotton- is irreplaceable, so take a ride through the efforts of craftfurnish in putting together the best handpicked online dress material and sarees from the gifted artisans.

Ethnic kurtis

These are the old wine in new bottles, as it well suits the contemporary fashion quotients with the traditional handicraft suiting to the ethnic occasions. These are the apt option for the working ladies, who are mostly comfortable in jeans and tees or the formal apparels. Easier to handle than the voluminous robe of saree, yet spelling ethnic with all of its simplicity- the handcrafted kurtis and the fashionable lehenga cholis are the must-haves for your festive closet.

Designer blouses

Contemporary fashion houses are all concentrating upon a heavy-worked blouse with every piece of designer saree they showcase. Well, these fasheen tips are inspired by the traditional needle work. A fine needle work of zari, resham or simple silken threads, tucked up in the most traditional designs and complimented by a ravishing backless yet high-neck designs- are what the buzz word says all about. It may be a full sleeved and of course minimally backed blouse that you may flaunt with both the finest of chiffons and that of silks. Even a kota or cotton saree looks awestruck-ingly gorgeous with these blouses. Get the trendy blouses, with loads and loads of handicrafts at reasonable prices only at the art house of apparels- craftfurnish.

As you opt for online shopping of dress material, keep your checklist ready and along with clothes, get the fashion sandals, threaded bangles and other fashion accessories as all compliments one another’. Also pay a visit to the handmade home décor sector as your homes spell your class.