The Ethereal Kora or Organza Silk Sarees


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Kora Organza Silk Sarees

The Ethereal Kora or Organza Silk Sarees

What is Kora or Organza?

Organza or originally called Kora is one of the prettiest fabrics since the time it was known. It is a thin sheer fabric made of a plain weave and the word Organza is derived from the word “Organzine” which denotes a material made from strong silk yarns that are twisted into strands. Organza sarees or Kora silk sarees, just as their name suggests are strong and tensile and have a see-through texture because of the nature of their weave. 

How is Kora or Organza made?

Organza fabric is a work of art whose quality is unparalleled. Organza is skilfully hand-crafted using silk, polyester or nylon threads which contribute to the strength of this fabric. First, the silk fibres are twisted tightly to make the yarn which is then treated with chemicals to make it stiff. Then the yarns are handwoven together using the plain weave method, where the warps and wefts are woven in a criss-cross pattern in equal ratio sheer and gossamer fabric with a lustrous finish. The quality of organza is determined by the number of holes per inch. Organza silk sarees appear delicate and smooth but they are also very firm.

The types of Organza Sarees

Traditionally, organza is made from silk but it is also made from other fabrics. The different types of organza sarees are:

1. Organza Silk Sarees

Organza silk sarees are made from silk fabric and are a popular choice for women who want to keep their look casual with the rich look and feel of organza.

2. Printed Organza Sarees

Printed organza sarees are one of the favourite types of organza sarees among women. Printed organza sarees come in beautiful florals and stripes with a glossy finish. They are loved for their simplicity and their classy look. Printed organza sarees are suitable for everyday casual wear.

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3. Embroidered Organza Sarees

Embroidered organza sarees have a special place in the organza sarees collection. Embroidering an organza sarees involves a lot of intricate detailing that is designed with the hand. Every embroidered organza saree will have a unique look and the complete look of the organza fabric is enhanced by sequins, stones, and mirror work.

Shop from our exclusive collection of Kora organza embroidery and Kora tissue organza embroidery sarees.

4. Woven Organza Sarees

Handwoven organza sarees are a true thing to treasure because of their complex and detailed weaves that make them strong and stiff. Woven organza sarees come in vivid patterns that are carefully hand-crafted making them rich in look and feel.

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5. Organza Tissue Sarees

Organza tissue sarees got their name from their tissue-like texture. Organza tissue sarees are very delicate and have fine prints or designs which makes them a perfect choice for formal and casual events. 

6. Fancy Organza Sarees

Fancy organza sarees have the most amazing designs and patterns. They are custom-made for special occasions like weddings and festivities. Fancy organza sarees are available in a range of shades and can be worn all day.

7. Banarasi Organza Sarees

Like Banaras sarees, Banarasi organza sarees have rich zari work that gives a sophisticated look to the wearer. Banarasi organza sarees are preferred for occasions like weddings and festive events. 

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8. Kanchi Organza Sarees

Kanchi organza sarees are known for their simplicity and elegance. Kanchi silk is the main fabric in Kanchi organza sarees. They have distinct wide borders usually in silver or gold colour making them perfect wear for traditional occasions.

9. Plain Organza Sarees

Plain organza sarees are a class of their own with a simple and urbane look. Plain organza sarees are highly preferred by women because they are comfortable and 

can be styled effortlessly.

10. Organza Cotton Sarees

Organza cotton sarees are made from natural cotton fabric which makes them lightweight and suitable for everyday wear. Organza cotton sarees are extremely comfortable and come in bright and beautiful shades.

For the love of Organza

Organza sarees have been around for a very long time and still have a special place in a women’s saree collection. Organza sarees are more than just sarees. Draping an organza saree feels ethereal because of its crisp and lightweight feel and it accentuates the feminine qualities which makes them even more desirable. 

To look your best in any organza saree you just need to drape it right as it is a stiff fabric and make the pleats wide enough to maintain the streamlined structure. If you do this correctly, the organza saree will ooze charm and beauty. Another thing would be leaving the pallu to hang instead of pleating it because an organza saree is a fabric that is best in its natural form without folding or pleating. Additionally pairing your organza saree with the right blouse is the most important tip as there’s nothing that a blouse can’t do. 

Read our blog on trending saree blouse designs and take notes.

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Add Oomph to your style with Organza

Organza sarees come in a myriad of designs and patterns which makes them a suitable saree for many occasions. Not only the varieties that are available in organza sarees but also the style factor it adds makes organza sarees an undying trend in the world of fashion. Read here for the latest party-wear silk sarees that you need to add to your collection.

If you don’t have a good collection of organza sarees, this is your sign to get them and add oomph to your style. At Tulsi Silks, we are proud of our authentic range of organza sarees collection - Woven Organza, Printed Organza and Embroidered Organza, that is hand-crafted with love. Shop organza sarees from our website or visit our offline store and get the complete shopping experience. 

Read our other blogs to know about the story behind our traditional silk sarees and get tips to style and maintain silk sarees.