Lavish Diwali parties, best friends’ sangeet nights, and evening soirees alike demand noteworthy looks that leave lasting impressions. From traditional drapes to pantsuits and lehengas , options for traditional silhouettes are many. However, one element that can make or break your look is the blouse. Call them classic staples or statement pieces that accentuate your Indian silhouettes, there is no denying that blouses have a significant impact on your overall look. Silk sarees and Banarasi lehengas are traditional silhouettes often adorned on special occasions. Pairing these classic silhouettes with the latest blouse designs to spruce up your classic-contemporary wardrobe is the best decision you could ever make!
From peplum blouses and shirt-style blouses to backless blouses and square-neck blouses, the variations of blouse designs can be easily personalised and designed based on your personal preferences, the latest blouse trends, and the design of your traditional silhouette. WeaverStory understands the importance of experimenting with silk sarees for wedding ceremonies and other occasions, along with the latest blouse designs that amp up the elegance of your wardrobes. This is one reason we’ve got you covered with 7 trending blouse cuts you can bookmark for your traditional night. Without any further ado, let’s dive right into exploring various blouse necklines and blouse back design options you can experiment with.
When it comes to introducing modern flair to your traditional silhouette, a boat neck blouse would be your best bet! A boat neck is a broad neckline that runs from one shoulder point to another, both front and back, in a slightly round to straight curve. This classic design not only allows you to show off your collar bones subtle.
You can pair a pink and orange double-shaded boat neck blouse with a traditional Yellow Banarasi silk saree and complete the look with dewy makeup and dangling earrings. This boat-neck ensemble is destined to turn heads.
The major-league players of the Indian fashion industry are extensively employing V-neck blouse designs to create regal ensembles that exude femininity, power, elegance, and unrivalled beauty. From traditional, heavily embroidered lehengas to exquisite Banarasi brocade sarees, a wide range of ensembles are paired with this design. Screaming royalty from every inch, a V-neck blouse is a must-have in your wedding or festive wardrobes.
You can easily pair a resplendent Red wedding Banarasi saree with a bold purple V-neck blouse to make an entrance at your cousin’s wedding or wear the same on your own. As a bride, this look is destined to leave everyone around you feeling awestruck by how beautiful you look. You can complete your look with nude makeup, a gold-plated moissanite polki jewellery set, and a fresh bunch of red roses in your bun.
When looking to make a statement, wearing a backless blouse is the way to go. This ultra-chic design is fated to turn heads and make you the talk of the town. A backless blouse is designed to emphasize a bare back. This blouse style is most frequently adorned at high-profile business dinners or occasions such as cocktail parties and lavish wedding receptions. Keeping your level of comfort in mind, your designer will create a backless blouse design you can easily carry. The back is either "partially exposed" with a low-cut silhouette or "fully exposed" with fabric or studded strings at the top as well as the waist or merely the waist.
If you are a fashion-forward woman who does not refrain from experimenting with different silhouettes and blouse design trends, the knotted-back blouse design is a style worth trying.
Such blouses can either include thin illustrated straps on the shoulders or a strapless version that can be fastened with a knot at the back. You can take inspiration from the Panipat actress, Kriti Sanon, who adorned a knotted-back blouse with a classic Banarasi drape for her movie promotions. You can create a similar look with our exquisite Rani pink Banarasi silk saree.
Women with fine taste in fashion and a keen interest in keeping up with trends know that an off-shoulder blouse design is destined to never go out of style. From runways to real-life special occasions, this design is often adorned to stand out from the crowd. This design has a wide-open neckline, which exposes the shoulders and emphasizes your collar bones. This blouse design can steal the spotlight in a fraction of a second.
High neck blouse designs are essentially an amalgam of the widely worn Chinese collar and closed-neck blouse styles. This exquisite design is ideal for pairing with plain sarees.
You might consider getting heavy embroidery added to the top of your neckline to amplify the glam factor. This blouse design, in general, makes a woman look powerful, confident, and, nonetheless, breathtakingly beautiful. You can don the glamorous look with our extraordinarily appealing black crepe saree. This glamorous look will surely get you showered with compliments like never before!
Queen Anne Neckline
Wondering what a queen looks like? Dress up like one with a blouse designed with a Queen Anne neckline. This neckline features a high collar over the back and adorns a V-neck, sweetheart neckline, or perhaps a scoop neck in the front. This not only adds a contemporary twist to the traditional silhouette but also makes it look drop-dead gorgeous.
To don this look, you can pair a hot pink Queen Anne neckline blouse with our purple Chanderi silk handloom saree. We bet you'll make a jaw-dropping entrance at the event you walk into wearing this regal ensemble.
We hope you liked this rundown of 7 trending blouse cuts. Dress yourself up in any of our exquisitely handcrafted sarees and pair them with one of these trending blouse cuts to make a statement. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different silhouettes and the latest blouse designs. Stay tuned to learn more about experimenting with traditional silhouettes to add a modern twist to your ensemble.
Author: Simran Shaikh