Our Textiles


Handwoven fabrics possess a character that transcends time. They are not merely objects but vessels of memory, weaving together the narratives of generations past. From the rustic charm of village weavers creations to the intricacies of a master craftsman’s masterpiece, each thread carries with it a tale of heritage passed down through the ages. We at Silpaa use handwoven fabrics because they tell us a story of connection—to the earth and to human touch. They celebrate the beauty of imperfections—the slight variations that serve as a reminder of the artisans skilled hands. It is in the imperfections that true beauty is found,for they showcase the authenticity and uniqueness that set our brand apart. We use high-quality, natural raw materials to make breathable handwoven fabrics like cotton, muslin, cotton silk, silk, organza, and linen. While the majority of our textiles find birth in handlooms, we do develop small batches using natural fabrics on small-scale automated looms, which facilitates the scaling up of once-handmade methods while preserving the artistry in every creation.

Kota Doria

Originating from the Kaitun region of Kota, Rajasthan, India, this fabric reflects the rich cultural heritage and centuries-old weaving technique passed down through generations. Light as a feather, kota doria fabric captures the essence of grace and refinement. The harmonious blend of cotton and silk threads lends it a unique texture, offering a gentle touch against skin. The transparency of the weave allows light to playfully dance through, casting a mesmerising glow on the wearer. Indulge in the sheer elegance of kota doria fabric, a treasure that captures the essence of heritage, whispers stories of tradition, and envelops you in a world of enchantment with every graceful sway.


Experience the magic of handwoven Chanderi fabric, a masterpiece that embodies grace, beauty, and sophistication. This fabric, originating from the quaint town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, India, is a testament to the centuries-old art of weaving, where every thread is carefully handcrafted to create a textile that's truly exceptional. Chanderi fabric is a perfect balance of silk and cotton, blended in perfect harmony to create a fabric that is both lightweight and luxurious.


Jamdani, an epitome of elegance and craftsmanship, weaves the tale of heritage and artistry. Originating from the ancient city of Dhaka, this luxurious fabric is a testament to the mastery of Bengal weavers, who skillfully intertwine tradition and innovation to create a textile treasure. The elegance of jamdani not only lies in its mesmerizing patterns but also in the sheer skill required to create it. The weavers' hands move with fluid grace, their fingers deftly manipulating the loom to bring each motif to life. Hours upon hours are spent, their unwavering dedication ensuring that every thread finds its place, contributing to the enchanting tapestry that is jamdani. To wear a jamdani garment is to adorn oneself with a piece of living art. It drapes gracefully, accentuating the body's contours while exuding an air of regal sophistication.

Block printing

The hand block printing process is slow and meticulous, requiring patience and unwavering attention to detail. The artisans move with deliberate grace, aligning each block with precision, layering colors with delicate brushes, and allowing the design to gradually unfold before their eyes. It is a celebration of the imperfect, a testament to the beauty found in the nuances of craftsmanship.

Kerala Handloom Fabric

Kerala handloom is known for its diversity and versatility. From the elegant white and gold kasavu textiles, each piece tells a story - a story of Kerala's vibrant festivals and its deep-rooted connection with nature. The colors that adorn these fabrics - deep blues, fiery reds, and earthy greens - are a reflection of the state's natural beauty, its landscapes, and the vibrant culture. Every year, for Onam, we collaborate with the Chendamangalam Handloom Cooperative Society to create beautiful fabrics for our collection.