Draping oneself heavy, ornate sarees is passe. The hottest trend these days is to go easy of the embellishment and dress up the blouse. More and more women are spending more on blouses than they are on sarees nowadays. This is probably because an ornate blouse is an investment of sorts as it can be paired with multiple sarees. While women have a never-ending affair with fancy sarees, blouses too seem to be taking a place of pride in their wardrobes. The star attraction of the blouse is that it has to have a great fit and an interesting pattern to match the physique of the lady flaunting it and complement the saree as well. Lately, the Maharani Blouse designs seems to be the hottest blouse pattern.
Let’s glance at some stylish Maharani Blouse Designs
A designer piece is what makes heads turn. Sridevi is spotted in a plain beige sari with a simple black embellished border; looks marvellous when work with this high-neck, full sleeved designer blouse. The contrasting green sleeves and heavily embroidered bodice makes the sari look spectacular.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is spotted in a black saree that gives a royal look on the Red Carpet. The heavily embellished pallu and border are the key attractions. To highlight the detailed embroidery, she chooses to wear a simple but a high-neck blouse with embroidery only around the cuffs. If you choose not to wear a necklace, ask your designer to embroider the neck as well.
Vidya Balan knows how to carry off Indian wear. The long dress worn by Vidya Balan has a maharani blouse designs with the cuffs and the neck intricately embroidered. While the dress is simple, the dupatta is blingey with heavy sequin work. Balancing the outfit is extremely important and Vidya Balan show us an easy way to do it.
Vidya Balan surely knows how to be in vogue. The red saree worn to the Cannes Film Festival surely has that wow factor. A self-printed red saree, accompanied by a full sleeve round neck maharani-blouse designs. The highlight of this look are the three strings of pearls that she elegantly flaunts. Very aristocratic indeed!
Any woman, blue-blooded or otherwise, would love to own a piece like this. The fabrics used to make such blouse designs are usually Chanderi, silk or velvets. Apart from sarees, designer maharani blouses designs look marvellous even with lehenga choli’s as seen in this image.
The famous Rina Dhaka designed the marvellous blouse worn by the model in the picture. The sheer neck pattern creates an illusion of skin-show adding a touch of sensuality and the gold sequin embellishments makes it a perfect match for most lehengas and sarees. Both sequin work and illusion necklines are the trend these days and when combined with the maharani blouse designs, it works like magic!