Sarees are coming back in vogue and how! Every designer has a fresh array of styles and best blouse designs to offer. The traditional Indian wear has taken the world by storm, all thanks to the creativity of the designers and the elegance and wear ability of the drape itself. Bollywood has also been of great help in reinventing the Saree as they sport it in so many new avatars and styles that the public has enough of a variety to wear it in. A few of the divas have set trends by sporting designer blouses that have upped the mark of Indian drapes. You can sport similar styles and play around your wardrobe to revamp your old Sarees ad add great new ones! Below is collection of latest saree blouse design with blouse design images to illustrate them better.
Latest Ladies Saree Blouse Designs
Boat Neck Blouses
This style is the new in thing as printed and geometric sarees have come back in vogue. You can mix up quirky prints with boat necks, keyhole backs and long or elbow length sleeves with ethnic sarees. Boat neck blouses also go well with cap sleeves or puff sleeves with longer sleeve length.
Collared and High Rise Necklines
Add a touch of royalty to your party wear blouses by tailoring them with stand up collars, Chinese collars, heavily embroidered high rising collars, Peter Pan collar, Sherwani style band-gala etc. these collars look best with lace, velvet, net and embroidered materials that can hold on to the shape of your neck.
Bold and beautiful is best signified in a bandeau blouse that essentially covers only the vitals. Beware though that such a style is best carried off when you have a much toned upper body otherwise you’d be the laughing stock of town.
Halter Neck Blouses and Bikini Blouses
Again, a style for a very tones upper body, especially the arms, shoulders and back, this design can make you look oh-so-hot! Pair your embellished or sequined bikini blouse with a plain saree and watch those eyes follow you.
One Sleeved Blouses
If you’re stuck between wearing a sleeveless and a full sleeve blouse, you can experiment with this style for a berm odd and hip style.
Nowadays you will see a lot of women pairing their party wear sarees with full sleeve net blouses or elbow length sleeved blouses with work on the ends or even stone work all along.
Shirt Style Blouses
For the lady at work, this style could be another level of professional altogether. Play with cuff sleeves, fringes or even front wrap blouses, there is a variety to offer.
If your Saree is simple or not too blingy then you can surely go bling with your blouse and leave the jewellery to a minimum.
Waist Coat Styled Blouses
Sequined, embellished and all out there- these blouses sure define style in a western way. Drape your saree over a coat shaped blouse with no sleeves and watch the magic happen. Western charm with the Indian elegance go hand in hand.