Nothing can beat the elegance of a beautifully draped Benarasi saree. Tilfi’s range of Benarasi silk sarees embellished in heavy brocade and intricate work, personifies opulence. Curious about the name? Tifli is actually a type of technique in Benarsi weaving, where three Meenakari yarns run continuously without a break. Bringing you the finest woven stories from the bustling lanes of Banaras Chowk.
Check out the classic Banarasi with an evergreen, floral kadhua jangla pattern, with handwoven zari. The meenakari hues against the grey base and zari vines look gorgeous! Pair this pure katan silk handloom piece with a gold brocade blouse for a stunning look. When you want something royal but with a contemporary design, this ravishing Banarasi saree is gotta be your pick! It looks so luxurious with full-kadwa floral jangla intricately designed in meenakari, and with a breathtaking pallu. You’ll certainly want to keep it as a family heirloom. Got a day engagement to go to? Be the crowd stunner in this pure soft satin silk saree in the lovely shade of coral peach with motifs of night-flowering jasmine. It’s Tanchoi weaved which means a blend of exquisite 4-colour silk fabric and no float on the back of the saree.
One look through the collections on their website and you'll fall hopelessly in love with everything on display. I couldn't take my eyes off A Summer In Georgettes collection. The Coral Pink Pure Khaddi Georgette Banarasi Handloom Saree with dainty butterflies and rich zari work in the pallu is stuff dreams are made of.