Designer sarees, lehengas and designer blouses are more in vogue than they ever were. Manish Malhotra, Ritu Kumar, Neeta Lulla, Sabyasachi, Shyamal and Bhumika are few Indian designers whose every creation is a masterpiece in itself.
Heavily embellished Designer sarees worn with a simple blouse in contrast creates a sense of balance in the ensemble. Bright reds, maroons, pinks, greens and various other colours and patterns are available according to one’s taste. Zardosi work, kundan, embroidery, zari, gotta patti, sequence, heavily emboidered borders are some examples of work done on these sarees and designer blouses. Contrasting sarees and blouses are also a big fashion trend.
Designer blouses worn with a simple, monochrome saree is a craze these days amongst youngsters and middle aged women as managing a light saree is hassle-free as opposed to heavy designer ones. Designer blouses may also include simple patterns in sober colours or no-fuss neck and back designs. Striped blouses, spaghetti style, broad neck, short choli blouses are all in fashion.
One can design their own blouses by first, choosing the fabric. For Eg: georgette, silk, net, brocade etc. Then, selecting the style of embroidery, thread colours, designs, borders, all based on not just the saree but also the wearer’s body type.
Let’s Look at Some of Designer Sarees and Designer Blouses
Waist length blouses, puffed sleeves, three-fourth length sleeves; shimmer blouses are all best suited to women who are petite and as these blouses tend to draw attention to the arms and the upper body on the whole. Blouses like these can be worn with plain chiffon sarees in attractive colours. Net blouses, patch-worked blouses, brocade blouses, the range is endless while looking for designer blouses.
Today, more and more brides are increasingly opting to wear Designer sarees at their wedding . Instead of leaning towards typical heavy lehengas, or hand-me-downs from their moms, brides are choosing designer outfits for their special day. A vast range of colour choices, patterns, styles and designs are in the market. Fulkari work, Meena, patchwork, contrast combinations are some of the latest fashion fads. Velvet is in this season but we think it’s best not to go overboard with velvet as the fabric itself is rich and a whole lot of decoration could end up making you look garish!
The designer collection is any time wear, be it a kitty party, a small get together, a party, a wedding, your wedding or engagement ceremony,you can never be under or over-dressed with these beauties.
A simple saree with a designer blouse and a pair of danglers can get you that WOW effect . The latest designer sarees and blouses can be exclusively shopped online and what’s better, they also offer an exchange within a certain time frame making it all the more enticing. Designer saree blouses can be ordered directly on the fashion designers’ online stores. If your wardrobe lacks these, it’s time you got on the bandwagon and treated yourself to one!