Sico saree is a combination of pure silk and cotton are woven together, giving life to a blissful sico saree. They are weaved on traditional hand-looms. Every saree takes up to three days for weaving and the weavers are paid ranging from Indian Rupees 450 to 850 per saree wage. The saree is weaved by traditional weaving families in the districts of Coimbatore, Tiruppur, and Erode in the Kongu Nadu region of Tamil Nadu. The sales of SICO sarees have seen a decline over the last three decades due to change in the dressing preferences of women. Soft silk sarees look grander and colorful with designer blouses. Lower demand and higher pays for weaving soft silk sarees have led to weavers switching to weaving silk sarees.