Wedding season is here and things couldn’t get more exciting. Sarees have always been in vogue among both Indian and international fashion lovers. It doesn’t matter what your body type is or if you have a heavy bust or wide hips- sarees are designed in a way to flaunt your assets and hide your flaws beautifully. Here is a detailed guide to help you with picking the right saree designs and blouse cuts.
A saree with an ill-fitted blouse can look hideous. You need a blouse that’s neither super tight nor loose enough to look lumpy and crunched up. Also, ensure that the cut and color of the blouse should complement the saree. Most boutiques pair the saree-blouse designs or even offer customizable designer blouse stitching option if you want a unique look.
Consult your local tailors and designers to know about the latest trends and cuts that women are following these days. They would be familiar with the latest designer blouse stitching patterns and embellishments that would give your look an extra oomph. Long full sleeves blouses, for instance, look amazing with heavy zardosi sarees for a very traditional look and feel. You can pair it up with long jhumkas and churis to complete the look.
Plain but elegant blouses with elbow-length sleeves are usually preferred by ladies who wear kanjipuram or other south India saree designs. You can even pair it with sarees that have a big and intricate border to create an overall authentic and sophisticated look.
Classic puff sleeves look cute and pretty and when combined with colorful sarees- you can create the perfect youthful, playful look that will make you the center of attention at any ceremony. Classic puff sleeves are simple, feminine and ideally suited for younger girls.
Kundan work and gotas on the blouses look great with rich, heavy bordered sarees. You can pair it up with jhumkas and a choker to further enhance the wedding finery.
Low cut blouses look sexy and look great with heavy sarees and kanjipurams. These blouses can either have a low neckline or a wider back, as per your preference. Most designers usually prefer keeping the back low incorporating stone work and cinkankari embroideries.
Netted designs are one of the biggest trends in the fashion industry these days and for all the right reasons. The cuts and designs look translucent, giving a very sensual appeal to the wearer. You can add the netted design either to the back, arms or neckline of the blouse. Netted sarees are also very popular among younger women.
High necked blouses or those featuring collars look extremely prim, proper and royal. These designs go well with elegant sequenced sarees and are usually preferred by older women. However, with a few embellishments and accessories the overall effect is not a plain but rather minimalistic and pretty.
So, here's a quick rundown on the best blouse designs which is surely going to help you make a choice.