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15+ Blouse ideas that will make your outfit look stunning! – Set My Wed

Siddhi

Tue Jun 28

White saree with white blouse

Blouse ideas

Found the perfect lehenga but forgot to choose a blouse design? Well, fear not! Here’s a list of amazing blouse designs for your Big Day… An extraordinarily impressive blouse is equally important as the ideal lehenga or saree and therefore is an integral part of the attire. Accentuating the beauty of bridal apparel is the glamorous blouse.

 

A gorgeous blouse that can be paired with more than one outfit and give you a diverse range of options. There are so many choices for your blouse, you can experiment and use your imagination for getting the perfect design according to your body type and preferences. From the neckline to the sleeves and the back of the blouse, you can make various changes. Now let’s dive into the deets of pretty sustainable blouses.

 

1. Embellished Tulle Panel:

Matching with the saree is this blush pink tube blouse with Italian tulle in a sheer panel, that is encrusted with crystals and studs all over. Rimming this crystal-studded blouse is the tassel-stitched border on the cap sleeves. This dazzling piece of art by Tarun Tahiliani looks breathtakingly spectacular.

Peach saree with blouse
Source: Tarun Tahiliani

2. Sleeveless Fancy Blouse:

This sleeveless high neck blouse cut out from the front in a curvy shape is totally chic. With mirror and sequence, this pink blouse is adorned fashionably. A cutout back with latkans or tassel hangings will add a complete festive look to this blouse. This design is best suited for the Sangeet or Mehendi ceremony.

Lehenga with blouse
Source: Yoshita Couture

 

3. Back Slit Blouse:

This thin back slit blouse with button hooks in the bottom is a dapper and classic design. This fancy slit on the back makes the outfit comfier. Designs like these are a must-have for spring weddings for pool parties or other pre-wedding functions.

Sea green saree with blouse
Source: Pinterest

 

4. Web-Like Back:

This design with a cutout on the back side and thin stripes makes a web-like illusion. With a stone embellished booti on the merging of the strips, this gives a unique look. Adding to the aesthetic appeal of the backside, puff sleeves would look great on this design.

Purple blouse
Source: Pinterest

 

5. The Bohemian design:

Looking for an unconventional and creative design? This is it. A boho tie with mirror work and shells hanging, on a simple blouse enhances its look. Ideal for Haldi or Mehndi is this imaginative and colorful shrug cum tie. This is otherwise a nice concept that can be altered and made into an ethnic piece of blouse.

Lehenga for Haldi
Source: Sukhmani Gambhir

 

6. Pan Cut Back:

The sleeveless Pan cutout back side of the blouse is a fair choice for the wedding day. If you don’t want too complicated designs and rather prefer a simple yet decent one, this is an ideal option for you. A deep cut on the backside showing off your back and an elegant high neck on the front is a wholesome combination.

Peach lehenga with blouse
Source: Pinterest

 

7. Stylish Off-Shoulder With Frilled Sleeves:

Thinking of ditching traditional and looking for something stylish? Well, this is a perfect fit for you. Frill sleeves on the off-shoulder arm and plain sleeves on the other along with a pre-draped pallu attached to it, are a total dapper. The voguish and vibrant design and color of this blouse are what allure us and make it a pin-worthy outfit for the Haldi ceremony.

 

Yellow blouse
Source: Isha Gupta Tayal

 

8. The Alia Bhatt-Inspired Blouse:

Still not getting over Alia Bhatt’s wedding pictures! This groovy pink extremely beautiful choli by Manish Malhotra is a fashion inspiration. A sleeveless High halter neck and curvy edges on the bottom paired with a Kundan necklace are just exquisitely impressive.

Alia Bhatt lehenga with blouse
Source: Alia Bhatt

 

9. Puff Sleeves With Deep Cut:

Wish for something that goes with traditional but doesn’t want to miss out on trends? Yes, Puff sleeves are the answer! A puff sleeve goes perfectly well with both traditional silk and fancy georgette. These netted puff sleeves and a deep plunging back look so majestic. We are still in awe of this gorg blouse design!

Orange Blouse
Source: Miss Blouses

10. Smoky Hot Back:

This heart rob sexy back paired with a black saree is entirely sensual. Halter neck and almost backless are a deadly combination! Well, this is just a perfect look for a party. If you have a sequins blouse, that’s a cherry on the top! Paired with some oxidized jewelry this blouse design would look very glamorous.

Black Blouse
Source: Designer Blouse Idea

 

11. The Regal One!

We can’t stop admiring this royal back design. From the Dori at the bottom to the tassel stitched Dori on the top and the deep plunge in the back, everything is just perfectly amazing. With full sleeves, this blouse adds to the authenticity of the Queens. If you are wearing a red lehenga, this is the one for you. This is exclusively sophisticated and magnificent.

Green blouse
Source: Pinterest

 

 12. Badri Ki Dulhaniya Style!

Hina Khan in this picture is seen wearing a Badri ki Dulhaniya style blouse. A deep U-neck, quarter sleeves with cold shoulder, and cut out at the waist, everything is just perfect. This beautifully designed blouse is a wonderful choice for pre-wedding festivities.

Pink lehenga with blouse
Source: Hina Khan

 

13. The Mermaid Blouse:

This mermaid-style neckline is another trendy option. It goes flawlessly with long sleeves, 3/4th sleeves, and sleeveless blouses. It enhances your lehenga and gives a super chic and elegant look.

Pink Saree with blouse
Source: Sukhmani Gambhir

 

14. Deep Square Neck:

Ultimately sophisticated is this deep square neck with quarter sleeves. This pretty design is simple yet alluring and perfect for a glam reception or Sangeet or the wedding itself.

Blue Lehenga with blouse
Source: Rashmika Mandanna

 

15. Backless Blouse With Dori:

Flaunting her back Pooja Hegde is seen donning a beautiful backless blouse with a few Doris tied to it. This is a wholesome option for Rajasthani weddings giving princess vibes and is completely stunning.

Green blouse
Source: Pooja Hegde

 

16. The Shell Sculpture Design:

This couture blouse here is resembling a shell sculpture. This breathtaking and overwhelmingly gorgeous piece of art will enhance your look at a Glam Reception party.

Blouse
Source: Gaurav Gupta

 


Silk sarees look best when they are worn with a plain blouse. A plain blouse, in this case, means a blouse that is plain and simple, with no embroidery or zari work. The more zari work you put in a blouse, the more ostentatious it looks, and that take away from the beauty of the saree. Also, sarees look beautiful when the blouse is a bit longer than the saree, exposing the "floating" pallu of the saree.
A blouse will make any saree look good. But if you want a modest look, go for a blouse with a thin border or dots. You can also try a thin, sheer chiffon blouse or shirt. You can wear this blouse with a heavy or light saree.
You can choose between V-necks, crew necks, turtleneck, button-down, cowl neck, caplet, draped and chiffon too. V-necks and crew necks are best suited for women with a small bust. If you have a bigger bust, then a cowl neck blouse with a deep hemline and ample volume is best suited for you. A draped blouse and a chiffon blouse look good on women with a bigger bust as well. They make your bust look smaller and give your figure a nice and **** look. Some blouses are designed to be worn under jackets, others are designed to be worn over the top of your clothes. So the correct blouse can make a lot of difference in your overall look.

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