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We found that the saree is liked by all women but worn by a few because it's so difficult to drape a saree. We then hit upon the idea of a stitched saree. After several trials and iterations was born the WiMO Ready to Wear Saree. We have a wide collection of ready to wear sarees you can browse and buy online .
Convert Your Own Saree
Women love their wedding sarees, heavy pattu sarees, elaborate work sarees, all of which are so beautiful but so difficult to drape. We are here to help. We can covert your existing sarees to ready to wear sarees. We can covert sarees in any fabric and design, to a ready to wear saree.
Pre Stitched Sarees in Bhavnagar
Ready to Wear Sarees In Bhavnagar
The saree, as such, is an expression of the Indian culture and different types of sarees can be found in different locations in India. Keeping up with this standard, we source sarees from diverse locations all over India and make ready to wear sarees out of them. Whether you want a ready to wear saree sourced from a particular location or want to wear a ready to wear saree in a specific location, we are there to service you. Also, we make ready to wear sarees that are modeled and styled variedly depending on the location, for example, ready to wear Coorgi saree, ready to wear Gujarathi saree, ready to wear Kerala mundu.
The state of Gujarat is famous for these sarees: Bandhani (also called bandhej), Patola, Lehariya, Ajrakh, Kutchi, and more. And we feel proud to be able to make ready to wear sarees in all these varities. The Patola ready to wear saree is usually made of silk and woven in double ikat. Maroon is the most common colour and the elephant and tiger are most common motifs in these sarees. The Bandhani ready to wear saree fabric is made using the tie and dye technique. These sarees used to be made is cotton and silk only but now come in georgette, chiffon, and various other fabrics. Its normally of single colour but the multicolour Lehariya is also in vogue. The Ajrakh ready to wear saree has the art of printing with wooden blocks. The design to be printed is chiselled on the wooden block, dipped in colour and then stamped on the fabric. These sarees look extremely elegant and sophisticated when worn.