Blouses can be called an essential of the everyday wardrobe. You can easily pair it with dresses, shorts, classic pants and jeans. The blouse and jeans tandem deserves special attention. Mirra clothig lot of Readymade designer blouses from our latest blouse collection. Buy latest designs of blouses online or sarees from Mirra clothing. Check out […]
Ready made blouses have a wide variety of choices, models you might not even have thought of. Unlike when you get a blouse sewn from scratch, you are pretty sure what this one will look like. The ready-to-wear blouse isn’t always a bad choice, especially with the top designers online bringing a whole new range […]
1.Place a piece of duct tape over the lipstick stain. Clear tape or masking tape will both work. 2.Remove the tape from the stain in one quick motion. All or most of the lipstick should now be glued to the tape rather than the fabric. 3.Sprinkle a layer of chalk or talcum powder on any […]
Here are the following steps to remove wrinkles out of silk blouse 1.Turn the blouse inside out. Iron your blouse while it’s still damp after washing your hands, or use a water spray to lightly mist and evenly moisten the silk. Avoid using the hot steam from the iron to moisten the silk, which could […]
Some of the well-known Indian handloom saris are Kanchipuram silk saris, Maheshwari sari, Bagh print sari, Chanderi silk saris, Tussar silk sari, Banarasi silk sari, Baluchuri saris, Sambalpuri saris, Kantha stitch saris, Bhadhini saris and Munga saris.
Get your best look with your favorite saree. Charak not only works for starch, but it also cleanses the tissue and makes it alive for a long time. Some sarees are made with such fabrics which shrink after each wash so charak is mandatory to make them look as elegant as before.
You can wash silk sarees in the delicate mode of washing machine because silk is a very soft and delicate. If your washing machine has silk / delicate mode, select the mode and can wash silk sarees. Never put silk sarees in a dryer. You should let them air dry.
If your silk saree is not very dirty, then, you can wash your silk saree at home. Take a bucket of cold water or Luke warm water. Add some mild detergent to the bucket, Always use a mild detergent as silk is a very delicate fabric and using a chemical detergent can damage the fabric. […]
Sarees are the most traditional outfit. Many women, even youngsters are seen wearing sarees to many of the occasions. You can pair up a plain saree with an embroidered blouse and you are good to go. Mirra clothing has a very collection of blouse which which can be paired up with embroidered saree. Shop for […]
Ironing of embroidered saree is the most difficult task. Here we suggest some of the tips to iron centre pleats of embroidered saree. Follow these instructions. Keep iron in low or medium-heat when ironing sarees especially silk and heavy embroidered sarees. Also iron gently to remove creases by keeping a soft cloth on top of […]
If you are having a collection of embroidery sarees then, you must know how to keep them clean. If your fabric looks dull, you can use OxiClean to lighten your fabric, but you should not use chlorine bleach. You should keep the embroidery saree in cold water for at least 4 hours to get the […]
Handloom embroidery is a traditional textile originating in Bangladesh and India. There are nearly 500 types of handcrafted embroidery in India. You have to look closely at the weaves of the fabric. The weaves made on the fabric will surely have some small imperfections and gaps. When we reverse the fabric, we will see the […]
There are many embroidery sarees from Kancheepuram, Banarasi, Tussar, South Indian Silk and many more. We must keep our Indian ethnic clothes safe and new. You should soak them in salt water before washing them with soapy water. You should avoid soaking these fabrics overnight and try to elevate them in ice water and never […]
With these quick and easy tips, you can easily drape the cotton saree perfectly.1.Take one end of the sari, hold it horizontally and tuck it inside the petticoat.2.No, start by draping your saree and wrap until the petticoat is covered.3.When draping is complete, the saree fabric left out will be stained on the front.4.Then bring […]
Mirra Clothing has a variety of cotton sarees online at best price. we have latest designs of cotton sarees such as Cotton Silk Saree in Chequered Pattern, Cotton Saree with Floral Prints, Block Printed Mul Cotton Saree and many more. The cotton sarees prices starts from 1499 onwards depending upon designs and colours it can […]
When planning to wear cotton sarees, it is essential to pair them well with an adorable blouse. You can try on different styles and designs of blouses to team up with your gorgeous cotton sarees. Besides cotton blouse designs, there are other blouse designs that you may prefer to go with your sarees, including sequin […]
Linen is a textile made from the fibers of the flax plant. Linen is laborious to make, but the fiber is very strong, absorbent, and dries faster than cotton. Linen clothing is popular for its exceptional freshness and freshness in hot and humid weather. Linen is a fabric widely used in the fashion industry and […]
It is best to separately hand-wash your linen sarees at home with a mild liquid detergent. While washing always use normal water. Before washing, soak the saree (particularly if it comes with bright colors) for 10-15 minutes in water added with rock salt to lock the hues in, which will prevent any fading of colors
Mirra clothing has a plenty of collection of Linen sarees at best price. Explore the latest collection of linen sarees such as Multi Color Pure Linen Saree, Pastel Yellow Pure Linen Saree, Multi Color Pure Linen Saree, Purple Handwoven Linen Saree with Jamdani Weaves, and many more. The Linen saree price starts from 2500 onwards
Yes, you can wear a linen saree in winter. People think that linen is a lightweight fabric that is only suitable for summer. However, linen is a functional fabric that keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. You can pair your linen saree with a long sleeve blouse to protect yourself […]
Linen sarees were not accepted by weavers due to their high waste. Second, it has wrinkles after just one use and third, it is doubly expensive than cotton and silk sarees. These make linen sarees less produced and less supplied on the market. Like any other saree, a good linen saree also has its own […]