The Sari is a traditional dress of Indian women. It dates back to 3000BC and is an easy to wear and practical garment for a hot climate.
It is made from 5-6 m of material which is pleated and draped around the body and then finished with a shawl across the shoulder or head. It is normally made from fine cotton or silk in a limitless array of colours and patterns. A short fitted blouse is worn under the Sari.
Red is the colour worn for a bride which denotes good luck and fertility.
In 2 sizes to fit children 3-6 years in red, orange or blue, or use for display. Cold hand washable only.