The blouse, a fitted top-wear worn by women with sari or lehenga, is a staple in the living tradition of India’s dressing habits. A piece of clothing so obvious in the everyday clothing of Indian women, we have remained largely ignorant of the rich history of the blouse, a garment once unknown to the subcontinent. […]
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