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Originally from India, the choli is a form fitting cropped shirt that is traditionally worn under the Sari. Dancers wear cholis as an alternative to the more revealing embellished dance bra. Cholis come in different styles. From stretch versions made from velevet and other fabrics with spandex, to fitted versions and imports from India, there are many styles available for dancers.
A short fitted blouse traditionally worn by Indian women that is frequently used in American Tribal belly dancers. by the American Tribal bellydancers.
A woman's blouse or bodice usually tight-fitting
a cropped, close-fitting bodice worn by Indian women in some eras and with some fashions.
The blouse a woman wears with a lehnga or sari
the tight, cropped top worn under the sari. The choli can be stitched from matching or contrasting cloth, sometimes attached to the sari for this purpose.
A short blouse usually worn with a saree or a lengha. You can vary the collar, sleeve and length as you choose.
Upper garment or blouse.
A short blouse, which leaves the midriff exposed, usually worn with a saree / lehenga / ghagra.
A short, bodice-like breast garment of wide popularity among women in India from early times. Related to the classic cholaka mentioned in Sanskrit literature. The garment is worn in many styles; thus, with back covering or without, fastened with strings or extended cloth-pieces, with shaped breast-pieces or flat, etc.
(CHOH lee) – top, bare-midriff, fitted blouse worn under saris by women in India.
Traditional Indian blouse, worn with saree or ghagara. Very short and closely fitted, it usually ties at the back with single ties or a criss-cross shoe-lace style drawstring, or it ties into a knot at the front in the middle of the chest.
(Pronounced "CHOH lee".) This is the short, tight fitted blouse worn under a sari. The choli is a very important costume piece for Tribal Dancers.
A long-sleeved midriff-baring top worn in tribal-style dance (also a traditional Indian garment).
A choli is a midriff-baring blouse worn in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and other countries where the sari is worn. The choli is cut to fit tightly to the body and has short sleeves with a low neck. The choli is usually cropped, allowing exposure of the navel; the cropped design is particularly well-suited for wear in the sultry South Asian summers.