A blouse is no less important than a sari in giving expression to your fashion sense. It accentuates the beauty of your sari, giving you a refreshingly new look. The plain blouses with varied neck designs are already available in the market and they are common and done to death. With so many blouse designs for women to choose from , including those worn by our favorite celebs inspiration can be drawn from practically anywhere for your next blouse!
Some Considerable Factors while Choosing Blouses For Women
The most important determinant of the design you choose for the blouse should be the occasion and the type of sari for which the blouse is being designed. Your vital statistics also have a lot to do with the blouse neck designs and sleeve length. Those who have a medium build can wear a sari with great confidence. You can select a three-quarter sleeved blouse that will also leave you with option to wear bangles with the sari. If you are too thin, it is better to wear a full sleeved blouse that will help you to look fuller.
If you have struggled to select the right designs for your blouse, here is a collection of blouses for women that will give you enough choices to plan your entire Indian wardrobe.
High-neck blouse designs
High-neck blouse designs have always been in fashion. The current trend has shifted from plain, simple high neck blouses in half sleeves to heavy embellished full sleeved ones. So for a winter wedding, you know how to keep it stylish with freezing yourself silly. You can also experiment with net sleeves with these blouses for women.
Aishwarya Rai wearing a designer full sleeved high neck blouse at Cannes Film Festival. The heavy embroidered blouse is perfect for wearing at wedding ceremonies and parties if you are looking forward to wear a lightweight, simple sari as the actress has.
Deepika Padukone in a high neck blouse designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. A high neck heavily embroidered blouse of this kind can be tried with net embroidered, zardosi work or kundan work saree. A set of kundan earrings can compliment the look and feel of the sarees during festivals, wedding seasons and much more.
Maharani style blouses for women
Even if you have been trying several blouse designs from yesteryears, the Maharani style is something that is evergreen and a hot favorite on the ramp as several Indian fashion designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Tarun Tahiliani are now introducing these themes into their designer and couture collections. You can explore various cuts with the Maharani look. These design patterns are characterized by heavy embroidery and varied sleeve lengths as per the choice of the wearer and the type of sari.
A full sleeve Maharani style blouse of this kind can add a whole new dimension to your wedding sari. This type of golden embroidery is perfect for matching with heavy gold and diamond jewellery. If you are too thin, then the full sleeves can make you look like an average sized woman.
If you are not fond of high neck or full-sleeved blouse designs, then this Maharani style blouse is the perfect blend of embroidery and contemporary styling for weddings and reception parties. In a reddish maroon, this design can be fabulous for wearing with net or lehenga style sarees.
Square neck blouse designs
Square blouses for women have been worn forever. If you prefer a deep neck, then it can be held in place by tying a dori with hangings that also looks sexy.
A square neck designer blouse of this kind can be a part of your bridal collection. You can purchase the sari at first and then get the customized embroidery done on this type of a square neck blouse.
Hangings and doris enhance the attractiveness of the blouse and are much in fashion nowadays. If the blouse piece is part of the sari with an inch of an embroidered border, you can simply let the border run in this manner to maintain the symmetry of the blouse with the sari.
Round blouse designs
Round neck designs are the most common blouse neck design. So when you are buying or custom tailoring your blouse with a round neck, make sure that you add a signature border or highlight that corresponds with and compliments your sari.
This heavily sequined blouse is paired with a Fuscia pink piping and beaded strings with hangings. Such blouses can also be worn with silk sarees that are in a combination of gold and pink.
Backless blouse designs
Nevermind if you cant think beyond those hot backless blouse designs, you can get a plethora of options including the flexibility to decide the extent to which you want to show off your back. You canhave a broad to no strap at the back. You can incorporate doris, stonework straps, laces and much more in these blouse.
This astounding golden and dusty rose backless blouse is by designer Tarun Tahiliani for a fashion event.
Backless blouse designs of this sort don’t fade away with time. You can wear them with chiffons, nets or georgette sarees. They look equally beautiful with plain or printed sarees.
Halter neck blouse designs
Halter neck design blouses for women are extremely popular and the depth of the back is variable. You can keep a broader back strap or even tie it with thin strings. They can be great to wear at informal parties.
This golden embellished halter neck blouse design can bestow a sensuous look to the wearer when worn with a white and golden sari.
Rani Mukherjee is looking gorgeous in a pink saree, with the combination of the designer halter neck blouse that has added more zeal to the look.
Net Blouse Designs
Net blouses are becoming very common nowadays. You can get a huge range of rich shades that can be perfectly matched with the net or chiffon sarees. You can choose embroidered or a simple plain net blouse with borders that looks great.
Genelia looks fabulous in a white saree that is so very well complimented with silver sequin border and a white net blouse.
A fascinating combination of blue, green, pink and gold; the long sleeves coupled with the illusion of the deep back rendered by the translucent net fabric that is heavily embroidered makes this blouse one that you save for those grand occasions. It’s sure to get you a lot of attention, but who’s complaining right?