When shimmery threads of Zari are woven into six yards of cloth, it creates a magical fabric, fondly known as Brocade.
Dating back to the 1600s, the craftsmanship of these zari-woven patterned silk brocades are very well known today. An outfit worth the recognition and praise it receives, this fabric exudes a rich vibe and is considered extremely exclusive, being the preferred fabric of the upper classes for many centuries. Sarees have captivated many hearts over the years, gradually becoming one of the most beloved attires flaunted by women around the globe.
The exquisiteness of a Brocade Saree is enough to make women go gaga over the fabric and design, splashed with the exuberance of festivity. These sarees aren't just classy to look at, they can also be your go-to attire this upcoming festive season, a wedding ceremony or your very first Karva Chauth.
Mulmul by Arabella aims to capture the very essence of the enigmatic glory a gorgeous saree holds in the life of every woman. A newly married bride to a childhood friend’s special day, it has an elegant, delicate appearance that is further emphasised by the weavers through the use of smaller, more subtle motifs and design. Mulmul has a variety of shades to offer, enhancing your presence in the crowd.
Our brightly coloured Brocade sarees with golden Zari work can be easily styled with Kundan Meena jewelry along with heavy bangles, gold earrings and a sleek mang-tikka. While these sarees tend to be worn on special occasions, the fine brocade work being done makes it a heirloom treasure to possess.