The Right Blouse Design April 14, 2015 13:42

The six yards of fabric, popularly known as saree or sari, has so much grace attached to it. People say draping a saree is a tough task, we say carrying it is tougher. Well, when it comes to a saree, we love every part of it. And one of the most important parts is the blouse. A blouse can make or break the deal. So, it's important to choose the right blouse with the right saree.

Generally sarees come with .75 or 1 meters of unstitched fabric, that is supposed to be the blouse. Now the designing of the blouse totally depends on the wearer. So here we are with some of the great designs of blouses to help you select the right one for you.

Let's start with the most common design that is always a hit. Seasons change but this design never goes out. Yes, we are talking about the deep neck blouse. The best part of this design is that anybody can wear it, from a 20 years old college going girl to a lady in her 70's. And you don't even need to be cautious about your kilos with this particular blouse design. Kiron Kher and Vidya Balan, mostly go with the deep round neck blouse designs.

 

Kirron Kher in round neck blouse

Vidya Balan

After the deep neck, the next design, which is currently the most favorite of all fashion designers is the-not-so-wide boat neck or a t-shirt neck. This blouse design is not meant for every body type. You need a slimmer upper body to carry this blouse design. It was a hit in the 70's as well. The era known for fashion.

A saree from Eka's A/W 2015 collection

Linen saree from Anavila's A/W 2015 collection

Payal Khandwala Saree

Another choice that's common among ladies is band neck blouses. These come in a variety of styles. Some prefer half band, others go with the full band.

The very famous Sabyasachi's blouse design

A picture from Ekaya's archive, we love the styling with Baby Baniya neck piece

Dhruv Singh Clothing

The last and our favorite is the collar neck blouses. We really love them and would recommend you to try it with your next saree.

Anupamaa Dayal for Ekaya

We hope you like the post and would implement some of the designs for your next blouse.