The description of Saree Fabric Designs
Sari or saree or shari is the kind of cloth worn by women in Indian, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka countries. Sari is a garment made up of unbranded fabric strands, varied in varying lengths of 4-9 meters which are applied on the body with a variety of styles. The most common type is the sari wrapped around the waist, with the tip being hung from the shoulders to the back. Sari is usually used to cover petticoat or inner clothing (pavada / pavadai in South India, and East India shaya), with blouses of choli or ravika. Choli has short arms and a low neck to adapt South Asians to its very hot summers.