Tussar Touch

Tussar silk cotton sarees, also known as tussah or tusser silk cotton sarees, are crafted from a blend of silk and cotton fibers, with tussar silk being the primary component. Tussar silk, also spelled as "tussah" or "tusser," is a type of silk produced from the cocoons of the tussar silkworm, a wild silk-producing insect found mainly in India.

These sarees combine the lustrous sheen and smooth texture of tussar silk with the softness and breathability of cotton, resulting in a fabric that is lightweight, comfortable, and suitable for various occasions. Tussar silk cotton sarees often feature a blend of traditional and contemporary designs, including intricate motifs, floral patterns, and geometric prints, making them versatile and appealing to a wide range of preferences.

Tussar silk cotton sarees are prized for their elegant drape, rich texture, and subtle sheen, making them ideal choices for both formal events and everyday wear. They offer a luxurious yet practical option for those seeking the beauty of silk combined with the comfort of cotton.