Acquaint Yourself with Riya Collective’s S.F. Showroom

If you’ve been invited to an Indian wedding, you’ve probably already discovered how exciting it is to shop for the perfect outfit to rent or purchase. While we’re proud to offer a platform that can walk you through every step of the process online, from browsing different pieces to checking out, and even having the item tailored to your measurements— we also recognize that in-person appointments are sometimes a helpful add-on. We have found there are two situations when this can be the case. For this reason, we offer appointments to select customers in our San Francisco showroom.

The first of our signature showroom offerings is designed for the bride and members of her bridal party. We know that the bride is understandably keen on the fabric, quality, and fit of the outfits she will wear, as well as those her bridesmaids will wear. Indeed, we are just as keen on connecting everyone with the perfect wedding formalwear! For this reason, we host brides and bridesmaids for one-time styling sessions. They may try on any items we have in store that they initially picked out online. (They can pick them out while browsing the site on their own, or attending a virtual styling session.)

Interested in becoming a Riya subscriber? Our second showroom offering is for those who regularly use our site. If you have the need for multiple lehengas, anarkalis, and other Indian formalwear pieces every year, we would love to take your measurements in-person and save them to your profile. This will streamline the customization/tailoring process when you purchase or rent from us in the future.

If one of our in-person offerings interests you, request one here; appointments are available select weekdays from 9am to 5pm. For everyone else, we would love to set up a virtual appointment to introduce you to our collection and help you find the right piece.

Our showroom is conveniently located at 766 Harrison Street, in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood. It is roughly 10 minutes from the SoMa Caltrain and 10 to 15 minutes from the BART. There is also one- and two-hour street parking on all sides of the building.