The sari is a long length of fabric (anywhere from four to nine feet) wrapped around the woman’s body in one of several different ways. It originated in India, and is most commonly worn wrapped around the waist then draped over the shoulder, revealing the midriff. Underneath lies a petticoat and a short-torso top to cover the other breast and the other shoulder. Although that is the more popular way to wear a sari, there are dozens of other ways to wrap it around a woman’s body. This is definitely the most versatile of lovely traditional dress.
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