The blouse of the days’ bygone, was supposedly an upper-body garment, worn by men and women alike. It is a French word that has been incorporated into the English language. The Indian “choli,” which is now commonly referred to as the blouse was traditionally a little different from the blouse of the west. The “choli” in India was worn by women as a part of the different ensemble attires like “Lehanga choli” or the “saree.”
Today, the connotation of an Indian blouse is more or less similar to its western counterpart, as both refer to a garment that women wear on their upper bodies. The blouse we know of today is famous for its very feminine appeal.
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