Frequently Asked Questions
The Mahilam collection is named after the Mahilam or Magizham flower. These scented flowers are yellowish white, small, star-shaped, and have a crown rising from the centre. The flowers have a deep and rich fragrance which wafts to their surroundings with their deep, rich, fragrance during the evening hours, falling to the ground.
Yes, Tussar silk is real silk. Tussar is often called “wild silk”, as it is produced by silkworms that feed on wild trees like Sal and Arjun. It has a distinctive texture and natural golden hue.
Tussar silk stands out for its unique texture, which is slightly coarse yet incredibly lightweight. Unlike traditional silk, Tussar silk has a more natural and rustic appeal.
Absolutely! Tussar silk sarees are versatile and can be worn on various occasions, ranging from casual events to formal celebrations. They add an elegant touch to any outfit.
Tussar silk sarees require gentle care. The Mahilam collection is made of delicate Tussar silk sarees that we would recommend having dry-cleaned to maintain their natural sheen and texture. Ensure you avoid direct sunlight and store them in a clean, dry place to prevent damage.
Yes, Tussar silk is breathable and comfortable to wear in different climates. The Mahilam collection has been curated specifically to keep you cool during hot weather and to provide you with warmth during colder seasons. These pieces are thus suitable to become part of your year-round wear.