15 Fun And Flirty Blouse Neck Designs That Celebs Are Sporting. Take These To The Masterji!
There is a reason why the saree is considered the sexist Indian outfit out there. The drape of a saree is the most flattering on a woman. Pair it with a pretty blouse and there is no stopping the desi lady. Same goes for our lehengas as well. Full lehengas look drop-dead sexy when paired with a well-tailored blouse. All the glamorous shaadi functions are our moment to lap up traditional looks and a great blouse design is a way to do that. The blank canvas of a blouse neck is where creativity shines. Which is where ur trusted masterjis come into play. The family tailor who has been in the family forever is very often bombarded with a finger drawn visualisation of our desired blouse neck designs. We are calling for a change in this habit and have instead created a look book to have on file for ready reference.
All of our fashion-loving girls do sarees and lehengas very often and they change it up with blouses in different styles. There are some styles that have indeed been on the hotlist for 2019 though. So head to your interest board and pin these curated styles under “neck design for blouse” and never trouble your masterji with vague explanations ever again!
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The Spaghetti Neck
When it comes to being sexy, the spaghetti blouse tops all the latest blouse designs!. Seen here on the gorgeous Rakul Preet Singh in Kaluva, the lightweight saree looks very smart when paired with this simple silhouette. The spaghetti neck works well with cotton, velvet and silk blouses. There are also sequinned styles that have caught the fancy of women who are fans of a glitzy cocktail saree. This style is also great for women looking for blouses for summer weddings. What better way to keep your cool than a literal spaghetti, right?
The Temple Neck
Temple neck blouse designs are one which mimics temple domes and is very popular with blouse back designs. But we saw a neckline version of this on Tamannaah Bhatia and were thoroughly charmed. The temple cut is perfect when hoping for something a bit more modest yet keep it sensual in a subtle way. A great pick for chiffon sarees where the neck design is most visible, we can see this being an everyday blouse in a heartbeat!
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The Closed ‘U’
The traditional ‘U’ blouse is so 2018! Radhika Apte’s mirror work blouse from Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor is a modern twist on this classic cut and we can’t recommend it enough. Going for simple blouse designs does not mean we make them boring. The closed ‘U’ can be a good way to do the full-sleeved blouses which usually are pretty restrictive when it comes to trying new saree blouse designs. The sarees that we pick our for comparatively formal events like work parties can benefit from a smart neck cut and this is the way that 2019 has called it!
The Embroidered Halter
Halter neck blouses have been a favourite with cotton sarees for a while now. They add the contemporary touches of a casual blouse and are so sexy in their look. A small upgrade that the halter neck is great for is for the added detailing and embroidery. Shilpa Shetty’s Faabiiana leheriya saree is made to stand out further with an embroidered halter neck blouse to match the detailing on the drape. The best way to pull this off is to get zari work done to match the saree border…talk about the attention to detail!
Sweetheart Neck 2.0
Whoever said sweetheart necklines were just for gowns need to check out this photoshoot from Sara Ali Khan! This is a versatile blouse design, it’s one that can be paired with both lehengas and sarees. As for the tiny alteration on Sara’s blouse, we get it done easily while cutting patterns out with our tailors.
The Tee Blouse
Crop tops worn as blouses are such a millennial creation! The look has been accepted with such vigour in the desi community that it is a bonafide design used by designers now. The bandgala top-style blouse is also a good option for women on a time crunch since the pattern for the same is so easy to cut out on dressing up. We love it because it keeps us looking fun and free even when wearing a saree. Sayani Gupta approves!
The Bralette Blouse
Bralette blouses have carved a comfortable niche for themselves when it comes to party sarees. Kareena Kapoor Khan in Manish Malhotra is the only source of inspiration we need for bralette blouses this year and it is because of this baby pink sleek number. Bralette blouses can also be created with lace, sheer and mesh fabrics, just make sure to add solid patches in strategic places!
The Smart Boat Neck
The traditional boat neck blouse enjoys the disticntion on being sexy on demand. Whie they look super classy, the widened shoulders on the same might create issues with proper fit. But that’s not always the case. Kangana Ranaut’ Raw mango saree some with a smart blouse cut is one that we couldn’t help but marvel at. An alternative to the classic boat neck, this version may be simpler but is equally elegant.
The Curvy ‘V’ Strap
When it comes to tailoring a cute lehenga blouse, the biggest question to pop into our head is how much cleavage might be too much cleave. The curved ‘V’ wide strap blouse is for the ladies who want to cleavage tastefully. With the curved V, we can adjust the cleavage to our desire. It also saves us from any accidental spillage. A Katrina Kaif saree and lehenga is aways on our mood board while shopping and this year we want something like her Anita Dongre number!
The Deep ‘V’
A ‘V’ cut blouse is no stranger to us. We have always seen it being paired with the classic Kanjeevaram. But turns out, 2019 has other ideas for this sensual cut. Kajal Aggarwal gives us the upgrade to the classic V-cut in a deep ‘V’ sleeveless blouse with a sheer panel in the centre and detailing all over.
Trend Tip: Draped, like this one from label Devnaagri, is one of the unique blends of half sarees that is in vogue right now!
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The Half Collar
Taapsee Pannu can never just settle for a regular saree! The actress loves to switch it up with unique styles like dhoti and belted sarees. With unique sarees, come unique blouses! And one particular style has caught our fancy and it come with a shirt collar! The half-collar-half-spaghetti style from Aapro label is so young and fresh. Work sarees just got a trendy new update!
The Soft Plunge
Style icon Deepika Padukone never settles for doing an outfit just for the sake of it. The many curated looks from the actress are like a masterclass in fashion on their own. This includes the fewer but amazing saree looks from her. The actress is always sporting a petite and athletic frame, thus, the slim and streamlined sarees. We love the soft plunge style on this Sabyasachi number and it is so easy to do as well!
Off Shoulder Bandeau
Off shoulder blouses often get a bad rep for being risque and difficult to experiment with. Given how fab Nidhhi Agerwal’s Reeti Arneja pleated saree with a bandeau glitzy blouse looks, we beg to differ! For the novice or the cautious, the off the shoulder bandeau blouse can be updated with a thin spaghetti strap, just in case!
The Snipped ‘U’
Ever wondered why some necklines feature a tiny ‘V’ shaped snip in the middle? This design feature is more than just for show though! The snip gives the blouse a better fit, giving us space to breathe if it’s gotten too tight. Madhuri Dixit looks resplendent in her detailed lehenga and snipped blouse!
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The Gapped ‘U’
We can’t skip our own desi girl when talking about sexy sarees! Priyanka Chopra Jonas gave us a seductive plunged blouse with her baby pick Sabyasachi saree. Women who are hoping to go all out on the charm with a deep plunge can look to PeeCee for some inspiration!