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While the saree is a timelessly beautiful piece of clothing, the blouse designs continuously change throughout the years, even months at a time sometimes. This article is for all the ladies who like to keep an updated wardrobe when it comes to their sari blouses.
First things first, understanding and accepting your own body type is essential in choosing the right type of saree blouse. A sexy halter blouse design may look great on a 6-foot-tall model, but will the same design suit your 5-foot frame? Posture is also key. I've seen girls with the bodies of supermodels wear the most beautiful sarees but with horrible postures to short girls with wide hips pull off cotton sarees with such amazing posture that she'd turn any head on the street.
In this article, we'll not only look at some of the latest blouse designs to go with various types of sarees, but also discuss some fashion faux pas that you'll want to avoid committing. Enjoy!
Sophisticated Sarees with Clean and Simple Blouse Designs
Sexy and Sophisticated Sari Blouse Designs for More Formal Occasions
How to Make the Best Out of Your Saree
Here are also some additional photos and tips on how to make the best out of your saree and to make the most flattering outfit for your frame:
1. Enhance your best features. Ladies, you should always maximize on the best parts of your body. Some of you have great shoulders and a back side, but maybe have slightly chubby arms. In that case, go for a three-quarter blouse sleeve instead of a sleeveless one, and show off that gorgeous back with a deep back neck.
2. Keep it simple. Sometimes, the excess details may create an overall unappealing look. To keep it classy, you don't want too much going on with your blouse so that it distracts people from admiring you. Rather than drawing attention to simply your blouse because of how loud or overly-detailed it looks, focus on a more simple look. For examples of what an overly complicated blouse looks like, see the photographs below.
3. Do not wear a front-opening blouse. Whether it be hooks, buttons, or zipper, just avoid a front opening blouse. If you have any see-through material on your saree, it is best not to give a front opening on any blouse, regardless of your weight. A saree should be a statement of class and sophistication, it should not have anything in it to distract the viewer from the person wearing it and it must not be vulgar or sloppy. A beautiful chiffon saree with a blouse that is untidy is a total no-no for me. It may draw inappropriate and unnecessary attention to your front hooks rather than your beautiful face—you don't want that kind of attention. Keep it classy.
4. Avoid back opening of blouse if your blouse has designs. If you have embroidery, zardozi work, or any type of embellishments at the back, avoid using see-through material or creating any type of opening. Overall, it looks a bit too cluttered and messy. See below for some examples.
5. If you want to create any openings, try the right-hand side of the blouse. You must be wondering: if you can't use hooks or buttons at the front or the back, where can you use them? The best place to keep the opening of the blouse is the right hand side of your blouse. A zipper which starts from the helm of the right side of your blouse and goes all the way up to your underarm. It’s the most hidden place to keep an opening for a clean and neat looking saree blouse.
Check out My Other Saree Blouse Articles
- More Sari Blouse Designs
- Saree Blouse Designs: Part 2
Saree blouse designs for women of Indian, Pakistani, or Bangladeshi background.
- Saree Blouse Designs
Various types of blouse necks and sleeves are explored with photographs to accompany them.
See where you choice stands among others
bijalveera on May 27, 2016:
I would need your suggestion for blouse design.
I have a brasso material yellow lehanga with embroidered laces below (Red Blue and green in colour. Also small one inch lace on waist blue and red colour. Will a long blouse upto waist with a depp back neck look good? also shall the blouse be yellow or blue colour?
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on September 07, 2015:
Hi Suman thanks a lot for commenting on my hub on the latest saree blouse designs where I try my best to give proper guidance on what type of saree blouse to wear to look the trendiest. I can provide custom ideas for saree blouse designs if you could give details about the saree like colour and work and also your body type as depending on the body type I can help you decide what type of sarie blouse will suit you best.
sravanisrinivas on September 04, 2015:
pooja sonu agrawal on July 31, 2015:
komal on July 25, 2015:
Very nicee and ossam degin i love it
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on October 08, 2014:
Yes it is possible to use side zip on saree blouse with 3/4 quarter sleeves. Remember to put the zip on the right hand side of the blouse so that when the pallu is draped it covers the zipper. Also ask the tailor to put a hook at the end of the zipper for extra measure.
lovely on October 04, 2014:
Is it possible to use side zip in 3/4 hands also
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on July 01, 2014:
You can post the picture on my facebook fan page "K Kiss".
Since you will be attending a summer Indian wedding, you can wear either a silver shimmery blouse or matching pink top. It would look better if you could make the sleeves silver and body pink or vise-versa. I will be able to help you further if I can see a picture.
MsLady on June 23, 2014:
Hi! Would you also help me out? I got a Baby pink with silver embellishment full net saree from a friend. I'm very grateful, but it came without a top. What pre-made tops would you recommend for it? If you can help me out I'd be forever grateful, I can email a picture of it or post it. I'm wearing the saree to a summer indian wedding.
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on March 10, 2014:
Thank you Reena for the complement on my hub on saree blouse designs.
You are welcome Sakshi. Don't be nervous about wearing saree because of your height. Just be confident and pin the saree well and you will rock!
Sakshi on March 10, 2014:
Thanks for your help.. the saree i was talking about is printed, vertical multicolour stripes with black base. And I am short and really slim! that's why I am a bit nervous in donning the saree. :)
Reena on February 27, 2014:
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on February 26, 2014:
Hi Easy Exercise. Thanks a lot for your generous complement. Saree blouse designs and wedding wear are two of my specialties so I do tend to write a lot on these topics. Thanks a lot!!
Kelly A Burnett from United States on February 26, 2014:
Loved this hub! I love fashion and yet I knew nothing about sarees and blouse designs. You knocked this out of the park. So glad I found you. Voted up! Terrific hub!
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on February 21, 2014:
Thanks for stopping by at my hub on Latest Saree Blouse Designs. I would be more than glad to help you our decide on your saree blouse for tissue saree.
It would have been more helpful if you could tell me the type of embroidery or design on your saree (if any)
As you have already read the article above which conveyed to your that with transparent sarees you must avoid wearing blouse with a front opening. So go for a blouse with either a side hook or zipper or back hooks or buttons (avoid using zipper at the back of your saree blouse).
You can go for the curtained back blouse desing (see this link – first picture https://k-kiss.hubpages.com/hub/Saree-Blouse-Desig... AS long as you get the blouse sewn nice and snug it will not crease and will look beautiful with your tissue blouse, provided that your blouse material is also tissue or some other semi transparent material. Instead of going for a boat neck you can go for a high band neck (like a sherwani collar). With this blouse you can give a sweetheart neckline at the front (made with the lining material – it’s basically a heart shaped lining).
Alternatively, you can have a simple blouse with 4 inches of cupped sleeve with a round deep neck of 12inches (but this varies depending on your height and shoulder width). Have a matching round neck in the front. If you want you can keep the sleeves without lining material.
Nowadays full sleeve is “IN”. You can keep the full sleeve semi transparent by not attaching the lining material.
Hope that helped you. You can ask further questions. Do share on Facebook, Google etc.
Sakshi on February 20, 2014:
Hi, Umm.. i was just wondering if you could help me out! i have got a pretty tissue saree which is semi transparent..and multicolored. i am confused about the blouse type! i am bit short and thin, and i don't wear sleeveless.. what kind of blouse should i wear?
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on December 15, 2013:
Hi Alvia, thank you. I already checked out your hub .. great job!
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on November 12, 2013:
Thanks for stopping by. You can easily make similar saree blouse by taking a picture and buying similar material and taking it to a good tailor and also a good embroidery shop where they can imitate such designs. I have my own personal tailor as well as karchupi, zardozi worker who can beautifully replicate blouse designs for me.
ravina on November 09, 2013:
i like this design thanks
plz update how to make this desing
K Kiss (author) from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK on August 12, 2013:
thanks for stopping by Vacation Trip. Cheers
Susan from India on August 10, 2013:
Great designs.. Thanks for sharing.