The earliest evidence of Sarees appeared about 300 BC. At that time, a Saree did not involve any blouse! The draping was done in such a way that no blouse was required.
It is only when the British became the supreme ruler of India, that the blouse was introduced. Therefore, the blouse of your saree found its inspirational root from the western fashion.
Today, a saree is automatically considered as a two piece outfit: the drape and the blouse. In fact, in some cases, more importance is given to the blouse that the saree itself.
For this , we have collected our favourite Rekha's Blouse Look and hope you find your inspiration for your next blouse stitching!