The petticoat & skirts are essential under garments over which a saree is draped. The petticoat has to match the sarees blouse. The sari petticoats, blouse, bridal petticoat skirts are available in different fabrics such as cotton and satin. A petticoat generally designed to be slightly stiff, so that it will inflate dress worn over it. Petticoats have been included in women's undergarments for centuries. Blouses also known as cholis are available in various designs and styles. Saree is worn with a matching or a contrasting blouse which give a very elegant look to a saree. Sleeveless, deep neck, haulter neck, bell sleeves blouses are available to give the best look to the beautiful Indian sarees. An Indian blouse most commonly refers to a woman's shirt. Blouses are often made of cotton or silk cloth and may or may not include a collar and sleeves. They are generally more tailored than simple knit tops, and may contain "feminine" details such as ruffles or embroidered decorations.
Blouses have buttons reversed from that of men’s shirts. That is, the buttons are normally on the wearer's left-hand and the buttonholes are on the right. The reasons for this are unclear, however. Some suggest this custom was introduced by launderers so they could distinguish between women's and men's shirts, and could thus charge more for women's blouses, supposing women are more gullible and submissive. Another theory suggests that the tradition arose in the middle ages when one manner of manifesting wealth was by the number of buttons one wore. Now days knot blouses are also very much in vogue. A blouse reveals more than it conceals. Its cut, color and the way it is worn would tell you about whether the woman is casual, carefree, bold, reticent or orthodox. It is a dead giveaway of a woman’s attitude and personality. Little wonder, blouses are no longer treated as were decorative garments. “Let’s have a look on some of the blouse styles. A petticoat is a waist to floor garment very similar to a lehenga or skirt which is tied with the help of string or naada at the waist. It is worn under a saree. Petticoats and skirts are often made of cotton or polyester