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Check out the Trendiest Types of Blouse Designs That the Indian Designers Are Promoting for the Season!

By Apurva Saxena, 21/04/19
Apurva Saxena
Check out the Trendiest Types of Blouse Designs That the Indian Designers Are Promoting for the Season!
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The Indian designers have bestowed upon us many types of blouse designs for spring -summer ’19. Here’s looking at the list and picking up the style that best suits your bridal personality!

The summers have finally settled in and that means all the Indian designers have refreshed their collections to a more lighter and colourful range. The same goes for the type of blouse designs that play a major role in uplifting the look of a lehenga or a saree. With each Indian designer putting in their creative hats on to bring about some signature types of blouse designs, we get spoilt for choice.

Be it our style, the theme of the wedding function or even our mood, we get to choose the types of blouse designs that please our soul. Giving you the freshest list of types of blouse designs that the designers are currently putting up on their mannequins, here are 5 varieties to match every theme, style and mood of a bride-to-be. Take a look!

1. Embellished Turtleneck Blouse

Mahima Mahajan

Elegant and intricate, embellished turtleneck types of blouse designs are a big hit if you plan on wearing an equally delicate lehenga for one of your wedding functions. If you have plans on pairing these types of blouse designs with a saree, then we suggest picking up a plain solid coloured saree, so as to give this blouse all the spotlight it needs to shine.

To keep up with its delicate nature, it’s best to look for an embellished turtleneck blouse that has thread, beads and pearl work rather than the heavy Zari work. With the summers in full bloom, you can select a powder colour or vibrant hues of yellow to uplift the look of the embellished turtleneck blouse style.

Style Tip - Opt for a minimal Maang Tikka or simply go for a pair of solitaire diamond earrings and a cocktail ring to complete this look.

2. Banarasi Traditional Blouse

Kala Shree Regalia, Chandni Chowk

If you have a traditional attire mood board on your mind for your wedding, then Banarasi types of blouse designs are your perfect match. Not so big on embellishment, yet making a statement with all the metallic colours and detailed thread work, these types of blouse designs go well for all types of wedding functions.

Right from adorning this blouse with your heirloom lehenga, to wrapping up your mother’s saree, you can look at keeping up with the traditions flawlessly. The beauty of these types of blouse designs is that they are evergreen and go well with every festivity as well as low key family gatherings and social functions alike.

Style Tip - Style your hair into a bun with a Mogra Gajra and adorn traditional Jhumkis to do justice to the Banarasi traditional blouse style.

3. Halter Floral Crop Blouse

Yashodhara

For the modern bride, who wants to look like a true diva, we have the halter floral crop blouse design. These types of blouse designs go well with beach weddings or even with other destination wedding functions as well. The halter crop silhouette lets you show the svelte abs that you have been working on for months to prepare for your wedding, while the floral print with minimal pearl embellishment satisfies the need of a pop of colour to the summer trousseau look!

These types of blouse designs are a match for a morning garden Mehndi function or even an evening cocktail function by the beach.

Style Tip - Bring out the colours of your halter floral crop blouse by matching it up with the right floral jewellery. While you’re at it, give your tresses some beachy waves and temporary highlights for the perfect beach-bride look.

4. Embellished Bralette

Yashodhara

If the theme of your wedding is being minimal and being beach-ready, then this embellished bralette design is for you. This debonair bralette blouse style goes really well with a simple saree and compliments a heavily threaded lehenga equally well too! These types of blouse designs need the perfect structure, hence, make sure that you get the blouse altered to the T hours before your wedding function for that complimenting fit.

Apart from the fit, you should also be sure of picking up a designer embellished bralette in a metallic colour that will go with many of your ethnic as well as semi-ethnic apparels flawlessly. As far as the hues of these types of blouse designs are concerned, take your pick from rose gold, gold, burnt gold, rustic gold, silver, pearl white, off-white, grey, copper and burnt copper colours.

Style Tip - Avoid adorning statement earrings or a necklace as the bralette itself is heavily embellished. Instead, solitaire studs with a wristwatch or a handcuff will work in complete harmony with this blouse style.

5. Gota Patti Blouse

Image Courtesy: Label Tamanna

A style leaflet from the Eastern regions of India and Pakistan, Gota Patti embellished apparel have become quite hot sellers in India since the past couple of years. A pure Gota Patti embellished blouse design will illuminate any dull outfit instantly which is why these types of blouse designs are must to be owned, as they are versatile enough to be worn with any and every kind lehenga or saree.

Believing in the works of a designer yet being smart, make sure that you pick a Gota Patti blouse style that has been intricately stitched, leaving no room for the lace to come off while you are in between your wedding ceremonies. The most famous Gota Patti types of blouse designs come in hues of gold, rose gold and silver.

Style Tip - Get your hair pressed into straight strands with a mid-parting and adorn diamond statement earrings sans the necklace to achieve a classy look.

No matter whichever type of blouse designs you pick for your wedding ceremonies, make sure that you have worked right on the fittings and that the blouse matches the other elements of your look effortlessly. It is always a wise idea to go for colour palettes that are versatile enough to be mixed and matched with an array of lehenga and saree styles. After all, wedding celebrations are just a beginning to a non-stop schedule of family gatherings and events.

We have a huge list of Indian designers listed with us, offering signature types of blouse designs. Take a look at let us know which one is your personal favourite.

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