The Shibori Collection: Patterned Musings for your Spring Summer Wardrobe

Ethnic textiles, in varied forms, continue to dominate the runway every season. Shibori, the Japanese counterpart of the Indian textile form of Tie n Dye or Bandhni, is the latest addition to the collection of textile arts that are trending. It is a resist dyeing technique that employs an infinite number of ways like binding, stitching, folding, twisting, or compressing to create design patterns on fabrics. We, at Bluelilys, stay abreast with the latest fashion, and as always, have ramped up our collection to include these resist-dyed wonders to bring some patterned musings to your wardrobe. Check out some of our exceptional sarees and salwar suits from the Shibori range.

Beauty in Randomness


Random patterns are among the most popular designs on Shibori. This mix and match salwar suit brings out the beauty of the Japanese technique with a net Kota dupatta in all – over orange and white Shibori design. It is paired with a solid red top, and a solid orange bottom in cotton. A simple and graceful pick for everyday wear.

Pairing in Print


At Bluelilys, we love experimenting with unique pairings, and so our mix and match collection of salwar suits is hard to come by, elsewhere on the globe. This printed salwar set is the result of one such unique pairing experiment. It features an aqua green top in noil jute, a solid, dark pink bottom in cotton, and a monochrome pink dupatta in Kota silk. The large, English styled floral prints on the top and the circular Shibori designs on the dupatta are an unusual, yet strikingly beautiful combination. A must have piece if you love lively and vibrant designs.


Shibori with a Designer Touch


Shibori fabrics have a rustic appeal to them, and when contrasted with designer ones, they are nothing less than stunning head turners. This pink and blue salwar suit, in the mix and match style, is a perfect example of such a pairing. It is comprised of a blue Chanderi top with contrast yoke and sleeves in golden net, a pink cotton bottom, and a white net Kota dupatta with blue checks and pink butterfly like Shibori designs. Just the perfect choice for parties this season.


Dual Designs


Our collection of Shibori is not restricted to salwar suits, but also includes the favourite six yard wonders. This Kota silk saree in a mustard yellow colour is contrasted with white Shibori designs that are strewn in circles across the body and a band-like design on the lower border. The saree also comes with a golden zari and a white, designer net blouse. An elegant pick for work wear and party wear alike.

Artistic Stripes


Shades of blue and indigo are extremely popular in Shibori fabrics. This white chiffon saree boasts of the beauty of the Japanese resist dyeing technique with horizontal stripes, which adorn the body and pallu in myriad shades of blue. It is teamed up with a designer net blouse, which also comes with a blue lining. The design has an artistic elegance to it and makes a stunning style statement that is ethnic and trendy at the same time.