Vastrakala sarees are silk sarees which have a culmination of North Indian and South Indian aspects in them. South Indian silk sarees have met an innovation in the recent times where kundan, bead work and parsi embroidery are appropriately applied in them without affecting the balance of the saree. The colours used in these silk sarees are collaborated with appropriate stone work and patterns by experienced designers who could aptly judge the outcome and aesthetic aspects of the final product.
Vastrakala sarees are available in pastel shades, bright shades and earthly colours. These silk sarees may be scarcely or totally festooned with stones as the need may demand. The idea of using south Indian silk saree for such works has received applause from both north and south Indian women who find this combination in silk sarees refreshing and highly interesting. Vastrakala sarees use mainly geometric shapes in their borders which could be horizontal or vertical patterns. Few silk sarees of this caliber include circular patterns.
Double colour threads are used in the border of Vastrakala sarees . The pallu of these silk sarees have heavy zardosi work in them. In some cases aari works are used in the pallu. The tassels of these sarees are done with original gold threads. These silk sarees mostly apply traditional patterns like elephant, peacock, jasmine and other floral motifs, south Indian pedestal lamp and temple patterns. Geometric patterns are given high preference in the Vastrakala sarees . Vastrakala sarees have a lot of attractive aspects in them that attract women allover India and prompt them to own one.