Welcome to Saree Blouse Designs
Today I am writing for my beautiful readers living far away from home. Living abroad where it is not so easy to find the right type of saree blouse designs is though. Through today’s post you will get to know about the 5 must have saree blouses that you need. These 5 blouses will help you wear most of the sarees in your wardrobe with confidence even if you do not have matching blouses made with them.
No # 1 Must Have Saree Blouses is a Black Blouse:
Every girl abroad needs one well fitted black blouse. Do yourself a favour and purchase a black Rubia Voile fabric or any premium 100% cotton voile for the most needed all-purpose sari blouse. If you prefer to have a deeper black then you can go for black velvet. Having a simple black blouse which fits perfectly is a must have for every female who loves wearing saree as black is one of the most versatile colours for a blouse when it comes to pairing it with any saree.
What type of saree to wear with a black blouse?
The best part about black blouses is that almost any type of saree can be worn with it at desperate times. Voile black saree blouses look amazing with cotton sarees, Bangladeshi Jamdani sarees, linen sarees, kotta sarees, khaddi sarees, katan silk sarees, etc. They can be worn with both printed and solid or two-toned chiffon sarees. However, it would be prudent to avoid wearing a black cotton blouse with a heavily embellished saree at a wedding party. No one needs to explain to a girl the versatility of the black colour.
What design should the black blouse be?
The no 1 must have saree blouse design is number one for a reason right! The blouse should be very simple and basic. Generally it refers to a simple round neck, V or square neck style blouse with any length of sleeves. If the lady feels comfortable and has the arms to show-off, she can make her black blouse in sleeveless or halter style. Having a well fitted black blouse is to us what a little black dress is to the Western wardrobe.
No # 2 Must Have Saree Blouses is a Gold Blouse:
A gold blouse is another must have attire standing at no 2. Just like black blouses, the gold saree blouse is also a multipurpose versatile blouse. Decide on a shade of gold which is most common rather than going a bit rust or silver-gold. This gold blouse must be in harmony with those beautiful sarees with gold zari work or plain gold border or even contrast beautifully. This gold blouse can be made of gold shimmery tissue fabric or all over gold sequin work. The latest trend in saree blouse style is the mirror work and thus, mirror encrusted gold blouse is also a great option. In times of crisis, these gold blouses come in handy and is the perfect companion to glam up the entire look.
No # 3 Must Have Saree Blouse Design is an Off-white or White Blouse:
Scientifically speaking black is a colour that absorbs all colours, while white is a colour devoid of all colours. Therefore, it is no wonder that a white blouse is just as needed in one’s closet. If you want a classy and serene look then off white or white cotton blouses can help you achieve that. Make the neckline round or square and the sleeve as you like. As long as the blouse fits your body like a glove it will do.
No # 4 Must Have Saree Blouse Design is Red Blouse:
The colour red exudes of a hint of something sexy and something bold. So as the colour should the blouse be, sexy and bold. Having a perfect red blouse is mandatory. Here I am talking about pure red, not some orangish tomato red or deep maroonish red, but just pure red. Make the red blouse have a daringly low neckline at the back or make it have halter neck. You can choose the fabric from anything from silk to cotton.
No # 5 Must Have Saree Blouse Design is a Brocade Katan Blouse:
Last but not least, get yourself a brocade katan blouse please. Brocade blouses can be easily paired with any type of silk katan sarees and look great with plain chiffon sarees too. These brocade blouses look best when the sleeve ends on the bend of the elbow. Brocade blouses look great in black and gold and red and gold. You can choose any other combination which will go well with the sarees in your closet.
Hope this helped my ladies living in the West to plan ahead so that they can rock their saree in a foreign land.
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