Banarasi semi crepe sarees are a variant of the traditional Banarasi sarees, which are known for their rich and intricate designs. Semi crepe is a fabric that combines the characteristics of crepe and silk, resulting in a slightly textured and lightweight material.Banarasi semi crepe sarees are woven in Varanasi (formerly known as Banaras), a city in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. These sarees are popular for their exquisite craftsmanship, use of fine silk threads, and intricate designs inspired by Mughal and Persian motifs.
The semi crepe fabric used in these sarees provides a beautiful drape and makes them more comfortable to wear compared to pure silk sarees. It has a subtle sheen and a slightly crinkled texture, giving it a unique appeal.