With the festive and wedding season upon us, chances are, you’ve been out shopping, lapping up all crush-worthy ethnic clothes you spot. We thought the time is right to speak about 7 styles of blouses every woman should have in her wardrobe Keep an eye out ladies!
Gold and silver can almost be considered primary colours of ethnic fashion and that is reason enough you should have a blouse in at least one of these colours, if not both. They’re incredibly versatile and are sure to match a whole lot of your sarees effortlessly.
White and Gold Brocade Blouse
White is complimentary to most colours and brocade too, is equally complimentary to most styles of work. When put together on a blouse, they not only form a resourceful ethnic garment, but one that also brings in effortless elegance.
Make them eyes pop with a vibrant, multi-coloured blouse that’s sure to turn heads. Whether you want to pair it up with a plain saree or a heavy one, this one will not disappoint.
Lace Blouse In A Neutral Colour
Lace is beautiful, dainty and oh-so-pretty. A blouse in this fabric can really level up even the simplest of all sarees. A beautiful blend of contemporary and vintage sensibilities, you’ll love having this in your wardrobe.
Sexy Black Blouse
Even the simplest of sarees can be give a sultry twist with a sexy black blouse. And we’re not talking OTT. In fact, all it takes is one element – be it a halter strap or a super low back.
A Contemporary Silhouette
Trends come and go way too quickly and that can be a really big problem in fashion. Perhaps this is the reason why most women prefer to opt for classic sarees – ones that can be worn even years later without a second thought. However, if you’re itching to stay on trend, it’s a contemporary blouse that can really come to your rescue. A crop top length instead of a classic choli length, cold shoulder sleeves, off -shoulder, the options are endless!
Your ethnic wardrobe should be a well thought out mix of all styles. So just like we suggested having a modern blouse, we also suggest keeping a traditional, classic silk blouse. We suggest keeping it simple to keep it more versatile.