A saree, an ode to the Indian tradition and culture, is a four to nine yards long fabric with one end tucked around the waistline while the other end (commonly known as the Pallu) seamlessly draped over the shoulder. A classic Indian Saree is traditionally paired with two garments; a petticoat and a blouse. A petticoat is a skirt like undergarment tied around the waist by a drawstring. The color of the petticoat must be perfectly matched with the base color of the saree. A blouse must be a perfect fit, ideally ending just below the bust exposing the midriff area.