An ill-fitting, badly cut blouse looks tacky, and a faded, ill-matched one will take away a saree’s (and wearer’s) entire grace. Ever heard the story – how pretty a bridal lehenga was, but a strange choli robbed the expensive wedding outfit of its beauty! Truly, it’s not only the sarees – formal weddings sarees or office-wear sarees – but also the lehenga that benefits a great deal from pretty, well-stitched blouses or cholis. Wedding Affair presents for you some trending blouse designs that you must consider.
Retro Round Neck
Retro is the trend, hence, the round neck has made the much-awaited comeback as well. Be it for a simple saree, bridesmaid lehenga or a bridal lehenga, this blouse design is the perfect inspiration you need. Strappy blouses never go out of fashion. Especially the ones that are completely mirror embellished. The strappy ones or the even the three-fourths are all trending with the round neck this season.
The only word that can be associated with this type of blouse design is bold. It gives you a unique and golden appeal while rendering all the support from the back as well as padding! Heavy embroidery works look appealing on this style. It is one of the oldest styles of blouses – just take a look at your history books!
Round, U, Square, V, Sweetheart, Princess-cut – any shape may be made deep and broad and strings with colourful latkans, beads and other decorative elements may be used to keep the neck in place. This is one of the most popular and versatile blouse back designs. Many variations are possible – so find what works the best for you. It’s unlikely it will ever go out of use. It looks beautiful on all shapes and sizes. But, avoid it, if you are too skinny or are conscious about showing-off your back. A good posture and upright shoulders enhance the beauty of this design.
Long Blouse Styles
Blouses need not be the usual cholis – where you are bound to show off your slender (or not-so-slender) waists – even when the temperatures are hitting an all-time low – or when the convention requires you to be formal. We also love the longer blouses for their regal, old-world vibe and the ease of wearing. And, are they God-sent for the cold wintery wedding. Invest in majestic Angarakha designs, classy Rajput waist-length cholis or the more Indo-Western in appeal – crop tops – or better still, the one like a short Kurti albeit more structured a la Jodhpuri. They are great with lehengas, as well as Sarees. Just alter your drape a bit or wear the graceful Gujarati seedha pallu with a choli like this one.
Velvet designs have been a great trend this wedding season for so many reasons. They give a rich look to the outfit, the fabric is thick enough to keep you warm, and there are so many ways you can style them. You can easily find the embroidered velvet fabric or plain velvet fabric. You can decide on the handwork to make your blouse more interesting. Not everyone is comfortable in a plunging neckline blouse design, but if you don’t have any issue with it, then this definitely one of the options for you! A blouse design with a revealing neck looks quite ravishing.
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