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Ready to Wear Sarees

  • A readytowear saree is a stitched version of the regular saree. Regular sarees are long pieces of fabric typically around 6 yards or 5.5 meters in length. Draping them can be challenging for those who don't regularly wear sarees because of its complexity and length.

How The Ready to Wear Saree Simplifies The Draping Process
 

  • How to Wear The Ready Saree: First, hold the saree and wrap it around your waist, then clasp the inner layers with the thread provided. Next, bring the pleated layer over and secure it at the hook that's most comfortable on your waist. Finally, drape the pleated pallu over your shoulder and pin it up to your blouse. Check out the detailed steps and video:

Step-by-step Guide to Wearing a Ready-to-Wear Saree
 

Ready to Wear Saree With Stitched Blouse: The Complete Guide
 

Shop Our Ready to Wear Saree For Wedding Collection
 

  • Kerala Sarees: These are perfect sarees for celebrating Onam and other traditional occasions celebrated in the state. They beautifully showcase Kerala's cultural heritage with their classic white and gold border design. Modern newer pre draped sarees elegantly blend the cultural essence with contemporary twists. 

Shop Our Ready to Wear Kerala Sarees Collection
 

  • Ready Sarees in Cotton: Ready pleated cotton sarees are a boon specifically for working women. Opting for a ready to wear saree with stitched blouse further enhances the convenience. A cotton saree is not an easy one to drape so many stay away from it. Stitched cotton sarees eliminate this difficulty and serve as a perfect choice. WiMO offers wide ranging sarees in these fabrics.

Shop Our Ready to Wear Cotton Saree Collection
 

  • Readytowear Saree Style: You can't decide whether to opt for an attached petticoat or not. You are not sure whether to get both the pallu and pleats stitched. You are confused which blouse design goes with the stitched