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Latest Blouse Trends!

By Palak Bhalla

Your saree is incomplete without a perfect blouse. So, choose wisely and read on to know what's in there that will set trends for you!

Sarees are an evergreen ethnic and elegant wear for women in our country. What about the blouse? We all know that without a beautiful blouse, nothing can enhance the look of your saree. It isn’t necessary to wear a heavy work blouse every time; even a simple blouse with a trendy cut can make you stand apart. The latest blouse trends have many options work, cut and style wise.
So, keeping in mind your need and read on to know what the latest trends have for you in this area!

Collared blouse
A simple Collared blouse speaks volumes of your persona. It bliquely blends the lightness or heaviness of the saree by sharing the attention from your overall look. Be it a net saree or a chiffon, a collar in your blouse enriches your look stunningly.

Puff style blouse
A pattu or chanderi work saree look magnificent with a blouse with Puff sleeves. The best combination for such blouses is sleeves that are mega in size with light weight fabric and a defined broad border. For slender shoulders, this blouse works wonders.

Large cut on back
A blouse with full sleeves and a large cut on the back looks beautiful. The cut can be in any shape like round, triangle, oval and square. The look is enhanced when the border of the cut is sewn with heavy work like that of mirrors or embroidery.

Sleek back

Blouses which have a sleek thread for tying at the back looks sensual while not being too revealing. The thread can be accessorized with heavy latkans and in fact, a dori coming from the shoulders is also a welcomed option.

Boat neck

Boat necks have won accolades since their introduction in western wear, then becoming a favourite in suits and now the blouses. A simple boat neck blouse in a rich fabric reflects the royalty in your look. Simple yet effective style to create a fashion statement for you.

Quarter sleeves
Any blouse cut teamed up with quarter sleeves and a huge stone work is perfect for any occasion and for any type of saree. From heavy to light, this blouse works well with all the sarees. Choosing the right fabric adds grace to this one.

Pentagonal back

This blouse can have any length of sleeves but the cut on the back is edged from five sides giving it a pentagonal shape. The base at the back stays broad to define the pentagon. This cut looks really amazing with half net front and back.

Sleeveless high neck broad back
The latest and the hottest addition to the blouse trends is the one with no sleeves and high neck keeping the back broad open. Elegant enough to pull off your evening smoothly and giving your posture good support.

Short sleeve backless
A short sleeved blouse with bare back has always been winning the trend race by being the favourite of many to adorn with light or heavy work sarees.

Cape blouses

Capes have ruled the fashion industry since it’s advent. It looks very chic in its look and gives a contemporary touch to your otherwise ethnic look. Women with slender figure can opt for this blouse blindly and turn your traditional look to a modern diva.

Half Net back and front

Be it any material in your saree, a net blouse from top to half of the blouse and a steady fabric at the bottom is a classy option for your special evening. The net area on the blouse can be embellished further with mirrors, sequins or studs to enrich the look.

Mutliple fabrics

Using one type of fabric for the front and back and the other fabric for sleeves is gaining immense popularity in fashion circles. The sleeves can be kept heavy while the rest remains the same or visa versa to maintain the perfect heaviness quotient.

Heavy work
Depending upon the occasion, the work can be chosen amongst mirror, sequins and embroidery but a heavy blouse with either a heavy or a light saree is a must have in your wardrobe. The choice of work enables you to tune down or up your needs.

Three quarter sleeve round neck
Keeping the length of the blouse long or short, the three quartered sleeves and a round neck looks very subtle and graceful to adorn with any sarees. The material of the blouse should be chosen a stiff one though or the right look of the blouse won’t stand out.

Densely coloured base
A dark blouse for the base in a heavy fabric and a dense mirror or thread work on top of it beautifies the saree in the same or contrasting shade magnificently. Keep the saree light even if it is a major function because it is your blouse which will work wonders for you.

Choosing the right blouse as per your body type should be your first agenda and then you can ponder over the work and cuts. Don’t hesitate from trying something new; you never know what becomes your style statement. Happy Shopping!

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