Different Designer Blouse Styles with Indian Sarees


different saree blouse styles
Designer Blouse is the newest raging trend today. This fashion has been boosted by the hottest Bollywood trends. Off shoulders, haulter necks, tie up necklines, boat necks, noodle straps, backless are fairly haute and in vogue these days. So go hip with the most in fashion blouse designs to get that ideal look.

The altering fashion trends have led to a sea change in the wardrobe of the contemporary Indian woman. Today’s woman whether she belongs to the corporate world or is a homemaker, is far more alert of her appearance than ever before. Now willing to test with her clothes, she wants to be traditional yet stylish, saree being the best option. Today’s revamped wardrobe now consists of blouses termed as designer blouse, which attach a stroke of class to any sari and give a refined look.
The blouse or choli today has gained the same stature as the sari. The unassuming blouse or choli of the yester years has evolved from a short cut midriff baring blouse to a designer blouse, a more daring avatar which is in sync with the modern fashion trends. Sarees with attached blouses are passé as designer blouses have taken the fashion world by a gale. Blouses are no longer treated as mere ornamental garments.

Designer Blouses are made to order to provide to the individual needs of a client. These custom made designer blouses can be made in a range of colours, varying from pastels to brighter tones and soft to darker tones. Fabrics like cotton, silk, satin, georgette, crepe etc are excellent options for a designer blouse. Designer blouses have diverse neck designs and these are usually embellished with stones, aari, sequins, beads, kundan, crystals, embroideries of different kinds etc

The stylish designer blouses are halter neck, tube choli, bias cut, backless choli, tie ups, low wide neck, sphagetti, single shoulder, high choli, bustier, stringed back to name some. Different styles of designer blouses are as follows –

Halter Neck Blouse – A halter neck blouse has many variants. It can be a tie up or it can be stitched. You can effortlessly experiment with neck designs to exhibit your neck and back.

Tube Choli Blouse – Tube choli is one with no shoulders and is worn almost fitted. It can be a bustier just casing the bust or it can be of waist length. It can be of any colour or fabric.

Sphagetti Style Blouse – A sphagetti style of designer blouse is for the woman who is daring and audacious. This blouse can have noodle slim straps or just smooth strings. This blouse is a definite turn on.

Bias Cut Style Blouse – Bias cut is a fashion if you wish to appear svelte. The design when taken from the neck to the waist cut makes your upper body as well as your waist come out slimmer.

Tie Ups Style Blouse – Tie ups is ultimate if you want to make a style statement. With no button or zip this choli has lengthy straps that are tied in a knot at the lower back. They hide as much as they disclose.

Low Wide Neck Style Blouse – Low broad necked is a design of waist length fixed with a side cut and wide low neck. This design is for the woman who wants to look regal.

Single Shoulder Style Blouse – Single shoulder is a blouse with just one shoulder strap or sleeve, letting the other shoulder bare. This can be either a high waisted bustier type or it can be a plain design with front buttoning.

Backless Choli Style Blouse – Backless choli is for the women who want to look sizzling. A sure heart beat stopper, it leaves the back bare with a tiny tie up. With a very slim strip at back it makes the outfit sexier.

Stringed Back Style Blouse – Stringed back style of designer blouse as the name hints is one with strings or tie – ups of diverse shapes, sizes and fabrics. Stringed back give a most sexy appearance to saree.

High Choli Style Blouse – High choli style ends at the upper waist. This fashion is for the one who want to display the stomach and naval. A revealing neckline makes it look even better.

Bustier Designer Blouse – Bustier designer blouse supports the bust all the way to the mid waist. Its extent can fluctuate but, it looks finest when it ends just above the naval. This fashion can be worn with sleeves or without sleeves as well.

The Indian Sarees is known to be stylish but loads of praise goes to the blouse. It is the peak-a boo trait of a blouse that make it so alluring and eye-catching. It is no more just another garment that is to be worn along with the Saree. Today there are designer blouses that are given a lot of time and thought while being made. But of course even the conventional blouse adds style and grace to ones character and reflects the expression of female pride.

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