- Product Type: Saree Petticoat
- Main Material: Cotton
- Gender: Women
- Comfortable to Wear and Stylish
- Essentially Needed to Wear Saree
This petticoat is essentially a long skirt worn beneath a saree so that one can drape and tuck the saree in it. Petticoats are made of extremely light materials, usually cotton and satin. This type of undergarment worn under a skirt or a dress. Its precise meaning varies over centuries and between countries. The petticoat developed as a piece of women's apparel a skirt worn under an over gown at the end of the middle ages. By the beginning of the 16th century, the overgrown had an inverted v opening, and the petticoat, now visible, was brocaded or embroidered.
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