33 Latest Indian Saree Blouse Designs
The magnificence of a saree accentuates only when you pair it with a perfectly fitted blouse that best matches your saree.
Below are some of the latest Indian saree blouse designs that are worth trying.
Choose a cutwork or off shoulder blouse if you really want to flaunt your toned shoulders and arms. And a sheer blouse or bra blouse is the best pick for women who wish to raise a sexy quotient.
An intricate kundan, polki, goti, zardozi, sequins, and maggam work paired with heavy earrings like chandbalis or jumkas and a chiffon or net saree draped with grace is all a woman needs to look the hottest.
1) Barely there blouse
Some bold ladies love to wear a blouse that is barely there as you see Poonam Panday wearing a cute blouse in gold.
2) Fringed sleeves blouse
Here is another cute blouse with fringed sleeves made of net fabric and sequined stripes. It gives a causal and prêt look at the same time.
3) High neck full sleeved
This black high neck blouse with full sleeves makes Deepika look elegant. The net fabric draped around it adds to its beauty. This color combination is pretty good for night time formal parties.
4) Velvet full blouse
Bipasha Basu’s classic winter look can be achieved by this fully covered saree blouse made of velvet. You can achieve a similar look in palachi fabric too.
5) Cotton blouse
Summer season sarees mostly include cotton blouses as you see in the picture. A simple printed cotton blouse with quarter sleeves looks refreshing.
6) Collar neck blouse
Collar neck blouse is usually selected when you plan to drape your pallu around your arms or with a hair updo.
7) Full blouse
Very few young girls wear a full blouse and the one you see in the picture has adopted a nice way to drape the pallu around her back.
8) Cutwork blouse
Cut work is an ever green type of embroidery that looks very chic and gives the wearer an edge.
9) High neck monotone blouse
Here is another high neck blouse where the blouse and the saree both are made in the same color. You don’t need to wear a lot of jewelry with the high neck blouse as the girl in the picture only wears an adorable matha patti.
10) Kundan work bridal saree blouse
Nowadays bridal saree blouses are usually made with kundan work and the silver kundan work on gold blouse (you see in the picture) can be paired up with any bright colored saree.
11) Simple V neck blouse
When you have an elegant necklace to wear, choose a simple v neck blouse and prepare the sleeves in contrast with the blouse.
12) Triangle back blouse
It is not necessary that a high neck always have to be simple, create a geometrical hollow back and fill the blouse with embroidery.
13) Low neck blouse
Low neck is not for everyone. Pick this style if you really think you can carry it. For minimal transparency, you can pair low necks with a saree fabric that is not see-through.
14) Bolero jacket blouse
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