Brocades is a silk fabric that has gold and silver zari threads along with several coloured threads woven together to create a decorative pattern. Also widely known as “Banarasi Silk”. It is used to make all types of men and women Indian garments, like lehenga choli, salwar kameez, kurta, jacket, skirt, anarkali, saree, blouse and also men’s sherwanis. It is mostly opaque, non-dyeable fabric which can have lining for comfort.

Brocades with Saroj Fabrics
Brocade fabric is easily recognized by the look of its rich royal designs. Saroj Fabrics is known for its varied brocade collection comprising of small and big motifs along with jaal design. It often has striking floral, geometric, abstract or animal patterns woven into color intensive backgrounds, sometimes with metallic highlights. Pure Brocades made of pure silk, pure chanderi silk, moonga silk, khinkhab and more are available. You will also find artificial brocades made of rayon, polyester or metallic synthetic fibres at Saroj Fabrics. Brocade fabric typically has 35 to 44 inches width.

Brocade Fabrics Usage
Brocade fabric creates ravishing outfits for the formal occasions. For an elegant and rich look one can use brocade fabric in lehenga, crop top, corset, pencil pants, full saree, border in saree, pallu of a saree, blouse, long jacket, kurti or anarkali . For men’s wear sherwani, kurta, bandi, bandgala, wedding shawl, Indian mojri and more classics can be designed using brocade richness. Artificial brocades are widely used these days for event decorations, decorating the tables and chairs, back drops of the stage, cushion covers to the sofas as well. At home some frame it as a wall hanging . It is also used for religious purpose by making the dresses of gods, table cloth, curtain and backdrop for home temple.