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The Suave Crepe

Known as one of the most versatile fabrics, Crepe is obtained from silk. It’s lightweight and crinkled texture distinct it from other fabrics in the market. Crepe has a soft sheen which gives the attire a sensuous appeal. Initially, only silk threads were employed to create Crepe, but today cotton, rayon, and chiffon are used mostly.


The journey of Crepe through time

As per history, Crepe was a fabric to be worn by the royal families for mourning events. Subsequently, over time the fabric became a status symbol of elite women. The Mysore silk crepe is popularly used in India. During Tipu Sultan’s reign in 1785 AD, silk cocoons were first imported in Mysore from China and Crepe silk sarees were introduced. From there on, it became one of the most important industries in Karnataka.


Exclusive features of Pure Crepe sarees

Fabric:  The fabric is obtained by weaving and knitting silk threads or other fibers. It is a versatile fabric and a variety of dyes, motifs and patterns can be used on it.

Texture: Crepe is known for its soft and breezy texture. It gives the saree an elegant and graceful look that is hugely admired by the women.


Varieties: The Crepe sarees available in the market today are a blend of the old and the new. The heavily embroidered crepe sarees are now accompanied by the modern plain Crepe sarees that can be worn at workplaces.

Why buy a Crepe saree today?

  • The traditional Mysore Crepe silk sarees with zari border are a great choice for ceremonial occasions.
  • You can adorn a crinkle textured soft crepe saree at the workplace any day.
  • These sarees have developed an unbeatable demand across the globe.
  • The exclusive vivid patterns on crepe sarees never cease to astonish.