Mulmul Cotton Sarees: Sarees to Brighten Up Your Summer Wardrobe

Mulmul cotton, also called muslin cotton, is a plain woven cotton fabric that is very lightweight, soft & breathable making it ideal for hot summers. No fabric can beat the magic of mulmul cotton sarees when it comes to providing style & comfort at once. One of the biggest advantages of pure mulmul cotton sarees is that they get softer & softer with use, even after this, it is one of the low-maintenance fabrics, it can be washed in regular washing machines and doesn’t require any dry cleanings like other fabrics. Pure mulmul cotton sarees are one of the most utilized fashion attires in summer and sure seem trendy these days among women.

The Past of Mulmul Cotton

Originated in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Mulmul fabric traces can be found in the early 700B.C. Bengali Muslims back then traded this fine fabric yarn throughout the Muslim world during the Mughal era, but under the influence of the British Raj, trade of mulmul yarn felt its ultimate downfall.
Till now you must’ve been curious about why we’re calling “mulmul cotton sarees” one of the finest and most lightweight fabrics among all other fabrics, So the answer to your curiosity is the cotton fibers used in creating mulmul or muslin fabrics. These are plain woven fabrics which are mostly unbleached cotton fibers. Extended fiber length, loose-weaving of fiber, and tighter spinning of threads make it one of the softest and breathable fabrics.

Creation of Mulmul

Manufactured from lengthy & bulky cotton fibers which are particularly picked by hand, swirled into yarn, and then woven into fabric using a traditional handloom. First, with the choice of beautiful and distinct patterns, the designs are crafted on wooden blocks and then these patterns skillfully and carefully are transferred onto the fabric block by block. Including a vibrant range of colors to create a truly unique & visually captivating attire. Artisans generally use traditional dyeing techniques like tie-dying, hand block printing & indigo coloring sometimes on sarees.

How does mulmul enhance your summer wardrobe?

  • Quick and easy to wear: Thanks to its lightweight nature, these fabrics are easy to drape and provide breathability all day long.
  • Absorptive: The cotton in these fabrics absorbs moisture, helping you stay cool all day.
  • Cheapest to maintain: Muslin cotton fabrics, unlike other pure fabrics, don’t need any dry cleaning; they can be easily washed by regular washing powder liquids and machines.
  • Skin-Friendly - They are non-allergenic and soothing, making them ideal for summer's sensitive skin.
  • Adaptable - The unbleached cotton's adaptable nature enables artisans to dye it in any color and pattern they choose.

Fashionize your mulmul cotton sarees

  • Explore your creativity by mixing things up: experiment by wearing different color blouses to achieve a playful and fashionable experience.
  • Discover various draping options: Try dhoti style draping with a vibrant color blouse, or try a trouser saree to make a unique mark with mulmul sarees.
  • Embrace Colorful Expressions: Mulmul cotton sarees come in a wide range of vibrant colors, allowing for endless possibilities in color combinations. Feel free to experiment with diverse color palettes. The versatility of these fabrics enables you to express your unique style and personal flair.

Get your first Mulmul from Chinaya

Daisy White Bird Printed Soot Cotton Saree
Buy this exclusive mulmul cotton saree adorned with geometrical and bird motifs, crafted for comfort, this beautiful white pure mulmul cotton saree can be your ultimate summer companion.


White Animal Printed Soot Cotton Saree
Get the mesmerizing feel of nature with prints of Monkeys on a tree digitally printed mulmul cotton saree, crafted with premium quality designs this saree can be the best for your lightweight occasions.


Mint Green Floral Printed Soot Cotton Saree
Could be a special pick for both regular and special wear, but this cotton mulmul saree features a solid texture all over the saree and printed floral motifs on its pallu.


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