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Difference Between Soft Silk and Pure Silk

Silk, a natural fiber produced by insect larvae undergoing complete metamorphosis such as the mulberry silkworm is a necessity in the textile industry.  India, being the largest producer of silk worldwide has seen a boom in its textile industry due to the culture of wearing silk sarees on important occasions. Among sarees made with silk include soft silk and pure silk sarees.

 

Soft Silk Sarees

These are sarees manufactured with fine silk fiber and less zari to attain the soft texture. Preferred for their lightweight and comfort, they are available in many designs and can be worn every day. They are perfect for a classy and rich look, and rea made with subtle and lustrous colors. Manufactured with

 

Pure Silk Sarees

These are sarees made with pure silk that has not mixed with other material. It is soft, light and airy. Pure silk is however more expensive.

 

Similarities between Soft silk and Pure silk

  • Both are comfortable and lightweight
  • Both are made from silk

 

Differences between Soft silk and Pure silk

Definition

Soft silk sarees refer to sarees manufactured with fine silk fiber and less zari to attain the soft texture. On the other hand, pure silk sarees refer to sarees made with pure silk that has not mixed with other material.

Price

While soft silk is less expensive, pure silk is more expensive.

Soft Silk vs. Pure Silk: Comparison Table

 

Summary of Soft Silk vs. Pure Silk

Soft silk sarees refer to sarees manufactured with fine silk fiber and less zari to attain the soft texture and is less expensive. On the other hand, pure silk sarees refer to sarees made with pure silk that has not mixed with other material hence is more expensive.


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