Gadwal saree is more than a piece of fabric. It’s the embodiment of incredible design and comfort. The drape is a handloom heritage from Gadwal, a small town in Mahabubnagar, Telangana (India). One of the most characteristic features of the Gadwal sarees is a combination of silk and cotton (Sico). Traditionally, the cotton body is woven with rich and decorative silk border and pallu. These sarees go through dyeing, weaving, and designing under the supervision of expert craftsmen. The threads used to weave these sarees are legendary for how thin and delicate they are. They lend the saree a beautifully soft, flowing feel. The breathable drape with decorative border, which is clustered with gold and silver zari, is truly an affordable indulgence. The combination of cotton and silk makes it perfect for outdoor parties, festivities and social events, when all you need is a light saree that lets you breathe, keeps you cool and looks great.