A Linen Saree

When I took out the blue linen saree to wear today, I realised that I haven’t blogged about it ever :). How crazy is that. I bought this saree from Devika’s Ithy-Adee in 2017.

The first time I wore it was in Arun’s place on May 25, 2017. This was my first linen saree and remains the only one in my wardrobe.

Linen Saree
Me in the blue linen saree with my buddies Venky and Arup in Arun’s place. PC – Vidya.

This is a handwoven linen saree that’s airy and super comfortable for summers. Over the years I have worn it several times and I managed to find a couple of pictures from those occasions.

Linen Saree
The colour of the saree changes a little depending on the light… my hair length changes depending on when I get a haircut 🙂

Don’t ask me about my waist size or weight. It waxes and wanes with the moon 🙄.

About Linen

Linen is a fabric derived from the flax plant. The fine fibers are extracted and spun into yarn. The yarn can then be made into sarees or other shirt/dress material. This yarn is very durable and can be washed frequently. The most popular use is in making bed sheets etc.

The Flax plant has many uses – we eat the Omega 3 rich flax seeds and Linseed oil is extracted from them.

A Saree a day …. Sparks joy Everyday !!

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