I know, one of you is going to say that black is at least a quaternary of quainary color in the saree; more over, black goes with everything. Wrong!
The whole reason for choosing the secondary or tertiary color for the blouse is that it shows continuity and in this case the continuity is broken by the presence of multitude of colors in between.
I think the blouse could have used a trim to bring it in line with the saree design.
Does the jewelry seem coordinated with the saree design?
It does look kind of interesting!
Some might call this color umber, but this is the sienna color. The name of the color comes from Siena, Italy and it was used as paint pigment.
It is an interesting combination of yellow and brown.
I am keeping the discussion to the color because I have nothing notable to say about the saree except that is an earnest, congenial saree. I think a little tighter drape and a different fall attachment might have improved it a bit.