Pre-stitched wedding sarees add comfort and convenience to your bridal ensemble
Bridal season conjures up many pleasant images of beautiful wedding attire, pretty lights, song and dance routines, and spiritual engagements. For the bride who is not familiar with sarees and how to wear them however, this special time could turn into quite a cumbersome experience! Wearing a saree is a process, which takes time, dedication and effort, and for someone who is accustomed to wearing it daily, it becomes a habit. For someone who is not accustomed to donning this beautiful garment however, wearing a saree could go from being a simple 5-10 minute process to a long, agonizing process filled with mistakes and uneven results! Pre-stitched wedding sarees therefore, are a godsend to such women, and also to those who want to add convenience to their saree wearing process. Crafted with the sole purpose of reducing the time and steps taken while donning a saree, pre-stitched sarees are widely available, and come in a range of designs, fabrics, embellishments, and hues in order to cater to the needs of the most particular bride. What was once a tiresome process of learning how to wear a saree is now a matter of slipping it on much like you would wear a skirt, and finding the right blouse and accessories to match.
For those who are not aware of the basic components of the saree, and are perhaps wondering as to what the fuss is all about, here is some basic information about the average saree and its components. A saree constitutes 6 yards of fabric, plain or embellished, which is wrapped around the body and pleated in front, with the end being tossed back to complete the look. A petticoat or ankle length skirt is worn under the saree as a supportive garment into which the top portion of the saree and pleats are tucked. A blouse is worn on top and varies in length, although a traditional blouse ends an inch beneath the bust area and has half sleeves. The cumbersome part of the saree wearing process for someone who is not used to wearing a saree is the wrapping and pleating part, which, if not done correctly will give the saree an uneven and untidy look, both in the pleat area as well as at the base. For a bridal saree, this is an absolute no-no, and the pre-stitched saree will ensure that the look of the saree is authentic, even, and completely flawless. With a pre-attached petticoat and discreetly stitched pleats which will not come apart, the designs and embellishments on the saree can be added on as per personal preference, and a blouse in a complementary hue will complete the look.
A pre-stitched saree will lead to a tension-free wedding for brides and their families, and will also be a great gift to give foreign guests who are sure to enjoy the opportunity to wear this beautiful ethnic garment independently without depending on another person for pleating and draping assistance. Pre-stitched sarees can be ordered online on various bridal and couture websites.