Every girl dreams of the perfect wedding. Zeroing-in on the perfect venue, the perfect date, perfect decorations, perfect bridal jewellery, we women want everything to be pitch perfect. While planning all these macro aspects, the finer details shouldn’t be forgotten. One such aspect that can’t be ignored is the bride’s blouse design for the big day.
A Bridal sarees is usually chosen with great care. It is, therefore, unquestionably the most favourite outfit in the bride’s trousseau. The sarees and accessories that are to be worn along with it should enhance the grace of the occasion. One thing which the bride-to-be should always bear in mind is that while a well fitted blouse can add or complement the beauty and grace of a sari, a poorly fitted blouse can completely ruin her entire look.
Bollywood has also played a major role in revolutionizing the sari. Some of the popular blouse design trends introduced by the leading ladies of Bollywood are corset style, halter neck, noodle strap, spaghetti strap, plunging necklines and many more. Apart from these, the backless blouse, three-quarter sleeves, maharani style and Chinese collars blouse designs are soon becoming a rage. Likewise, cap, butterfly and puffed sleeves are some variations that the brides-to-be can opt for.
To start with, while bridal blouse designs, two things should be borne in mind. First, body shape and second, the way the saree is supposed to be draped. A small change in the way a saree is draped can drastically change the entire appearance of the bride.
Some of the options which the bride to be can opt for are deep back neck blouse designs with latkans (danglers.) These can do wonders to the overall look. In these images, the blouse designs not only have unique, deep-back patterns but are also heavily embroidered and hence the sleeves are kept simple. Always remember to balance the embroidery. If the sleeves are heavily embroidered, the body of the blouse should be left plain. Or, if the body is heavily embellished, then the sleeves should have minimum embroidery. It is also advisable to have noodle strings or dori’s at the back of the brouse to hold it in place. They avoid the blouse from sliding off the shoulders.
This embroidered pink and golden blouse looks extremely feminine and chic and never fails to impress! The golden ‘latkan’ (danglers) that are attached to the noodle strings on the blouse only adds to the elegance of it while the thin green piping breaks the monotony of the pink colour.
Brides, who don’t wish to experiment with their looks, especially on their wedding day or those who want to play safe, should opt for this cut. This classic boat shaped blouse design is a safe bet. These blouses not only look good with designer bridal sarees or lehengas, but also look extremely sexy when worn with Kanchivaram sarees or any other stylish silk sarees.
Brides have a plethora of designer blouses to choose from while figuring out their wedding trousseau. Some simple points, which every bride-to-be should keep in mind while selecting the style of blouse design are mentioned below.
Tips to choose the right Blouse Designs for the Bride-to-be:
- She should understand her body structure and the comfort level in wearing a certain kind of blouse.
- In case of confusion, always consult a fashion expert or a stylist who can guide you. While bridal blouse designs also, it is advisable to approach a person who understands and knows your body type and designs accordingly.
- Always get your blouse stitched and ready at least a month before the D-Day. This gives you enough scope for alterations, thereby leaving very little or no chance of running to your designer at the last moment.
Come on girls; get sorted with a perfect look for your perfect occasion!