Sudarshan Designer Blouses Blouse is a midriff baring upper garment worn with a saree, lehenga and other ethnic wear. A sari blouse has come out of its plaid boring form and has donned a modernistic look which complements the Indian woman of today. Earlier, blouses used to have a very simple look with basic geometrical hemlines and perhaps a border to go with the pallu, but that is not so now. The blouse has now been reinvented and has in fact become a very important element of a sari. Blouses have always customarily been stitched according to the occasion. For instance, the bride could wear a modest blouse embellished with zari, stone work and embroidery, whereas the cocktail look would need a more stylish blouse, which would have a sensual and elegant appeal. A sari and a blouse have an eternal partnership that has lasted for centuries and one is incomplete without the other. The blouse is always secondary when compared to the sari, which stands out the most. However, lately, the much-ignored blouse has been revamped to make it the ‘hero’ of the attire. A blouse is basically a low cut shirt that is partially visible in the sari and covers the torso above the navel. However, now the demure blouse has become a fashion statement and the sari is draped in a manner that reveals the stylish look of the blouse. A lot of designers have now come out with a range of designer blouses.