Cotton silk fabric is a blend of the two fibers, bringing together the positive characteristics of each in a solitary textile. A light, velvety, silky and comfortable weave, the cotton and silk fabric has a delicate hand feel and a strong, strong and smooth shell, as well as flexibility that makes it suitable for a wide variety of clothing uses. . It is generally made as a blend of mostly cotton. The flexibility and feel of the fabric depends to a large extent on the rates used for each.
Cotton silk sarees are very popular in India because of the fabric and amazing design. Mirra clothing has a plenty of collection of cotton silk sarees in latest designs and colours such as Black Cotton Silk Saree with Jamdani Weaves, Cream Cotton Silk Saree with Antique Gold Zari Weaves, Blue Cotton Silk Saree with Printed Florals, Pink Cotton Silk Saree in Chequered Pattern and Many more. cotton silk sarees price starts from 1999 onwards..
- Never hand or machine wash a cotton silk saree.
- If the saree is stained, immediately wipe the stain with cold water.
- It is advisable to dry clean only silk cotton sarees.
- Never hang a cotton silk saree to dry in direct sunlight as this will cause the color to fade.
- Do not keep the saree tangled as it will entangle the threads of the zari/embroidery work.
- Store the saree in a light cotton muslin cloth. This will give the saree breathing space and prevent one sari from sticking to another when kept in a stack.
- Do not store the saree in a plastic cover as this will turn the golden black zari.
Cotton silk nothing but similar to silk sarees. follow the same method to iron cotton silk sarees as you do for silk sarees. Use very low heat or put your cotton silk saree under a cotton cloth while ironing it. The steam iron is the best option as there are almost nil chances of any harm happening to the silk saree. If you are ironing cotton sarees, use dry iron as it is the best