Trendy Wedding Silk Saree Blouse Designs
A blouse can break or make your look. All you beautiful brides and bridesmaids, you can’t really afford to go for the former choice and ruin the look for you, can you? How often we see the bride panting and struggling to breathe through a heavy Kanjivaram saree and gaudily ornate blouse during the feras
? Too much of everything going on with her outfit, making her talk of the town for all the wrong reasons? On your big day, you should feel comfortable and look classy. There should not be another way about this!
Creative Silk Saree Blouse Designs
This is why Bharatsthali brings you trendy and classy blouse designs for the bridal look! Taking a cue from our Bollywood stylists, we ensure that we bring the designs to the fore that are doable, don’t cost you a fortune and are the ones that can be sported on other special occasions too! Totally unlike the ones that get confined to the upper shelf of your wardrobe, only to get dry cleaned and steam pressed once in a year and pushed back to oblivion eventually.
List of Saree Blouse Designs
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With this list of blouse designs for wedding, you are all-set design-wise and are at liberty to customise them for the pattern, embroidery or lace.
1) Keep it Simple and Sassy - Silk Blouse Designs
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A kiss is all you need to look kickass on the big day! However, like all kisses, there is no stopping you from experimenting and giving it a personal touch to figure out what makes you tick. The same ol’ blouse with elbow sleeves gets a makeover with a low-back design. The Rajasthani choli-blouse pattern of doris can amp up your style in a Kerala white saree. This saree blouse design for the brides is suitable for every body type and saree.
2) Stitch It skimpy!
The traditional overdose of nine-yards of Kanjivaram or Banarasi can be finely tuned with a barely-there blouse! Strike a balance and a sensual pose with the blouse that plays a peekaboo with traditions and impresses all! This choli blouse suits petite and firm bodies. Full-bodied women should stick to traditional blouses to accentuate their curves and for a sexier silhouette. Though, you can experiment with the design the way you would like to. It is just the nip covers that don’t go quite well with the full figure.
3) Sheer matters - ethnic chic avatar blouse designs
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Take the ethnic chic avatar to a new level with sheer and look like what dreams are made of! The sequin details and sheer net fabric are skin-friendly and let your skin breathe under those heavy layers. The sheer pattern on net adds a feminine and dainty touch to your ensemble. If you want to keep things light as well as modern, this blouse design for the bride is the perfect option.
4) Gujarati cut-out blouses
Gujarati tribal women and in fact, in most households, the cut-out blouses are very common. These blouses have a deep cut on the back and complement an ‘ulta pallu’ saree. The designer blouses look good on full-bodied Indian women as they accentuate curves and enhance the silhouette.
5) String monochrome or dual design
Add a touch of sensuality to your bridal silk saree with an overlapped blouse. This design hangs on the top. The button or loop gives it a neat shapely look. The back is bare and curves are enhanced with the help of nip-pads, which again are best-suited for petite frames.
6) Peplum saree blouse
If you are going for a simple yet delicate saree fabric such as crepe silk, soft silk or georgette, then peplum saree blouse can add the desired touch of glam and sass to your overall look! You can get it embroidered or have a cut-out back. Pleated pallu on a peplum saree looks beautiful with a traditional nivi style saree.
7) Angrakha Silk Blouse Design
Take a cue from royalty and indulge in the opulence you deserve! Angrakha blouse is a royal tradition and can be sported both with lehenga and saree. The lace and traditional gota pattern on the edges and a clustered dori add unmatchable elegance to the saree.
8) Flap blouse Designs
Flap blouses are the go-to option for the solid colour sarees. Go for colour-block and work with different shades of the same colour. The flap blouse designs for brides have a beautiful pattern going on in the back and front that let you flaunt a beautiful silhouette while accentuating the curves. The flap is of different shade and little loose-ended whereas the same shade fabric makes the tighter and body-hugging part of the blouse.
The very trendy and versatile cold- shoulder design makes an entry into the world of sarees too! A little cut on your shoulder can give the traditional saree a much-needed modern sass. Goes well with heavy brocade blouses and silk blouses too. However, make sure you have proper lining underneath the blouse to prolong the age of the fabric. Often, brocade and silk can tear apart from places if not stitched properly. This blouse is perfect for heavily embroidered and zari sarees as it adds a contemporary touch to a traditional look. It is a design meant for full-bodied women, emphasising their neckline and letting them look sultry and sexy.
10) Jacket blouse Designs
If you are Punjabi, ask your grandmother about the ‘bandi’ (pronounced band-e). The waist tunic she used to wear with a saree or lehenga, preferably with a side pocket. This bandi makes a comeback as the jacket! Redo your mother’s silk kurta or jacket into your wedding trousseau and start your new life with a legacy. Jacket bridal blouse is a preferred choice for light fabric such as crepe, soft silk or georgette. Since a jacket blouse is usually heavily embroidered, it is advised to go with plain fabrics. If you are top-heavy or short in height, steer clear of this style.
It is not about fashion, it is all about looking at your gorgeous self like you always do! Try these saree blouse designs for brides and newlyweds and bring your A-game to your big day!