Here are some of the most stylish lehenga blouse designs that will have everyone swooning at the next wedding you attend!
Lehenga-choli is considered to be an iconic outfit worn by women of all ages during weddings or other festive celebrations. As the name suggests, choli or the blouse is an essential part of the dress, and no matter how gorgeous your lehenga, it’s incomplete without that beautiful, stylish choli.
Lehenga blouse designs can be sleeveless, full sleeves, short sleeves and the length can be long or short as per your liking. While choosing between these specifications, make sure you pick the style that suits your body type the most. The neck style can also range from a simple V-neck to sweetheart neck or Chinese collared neck.
We at ManipalBlog browsed through Zakoopi and decided to compile some of the latest Lehenga blouse designs which are trending, and are totally fabulous. We also take inspiration from some of the top B-town stars.
- Super short
If you have a flat belly, and those curves then there is no better way to flaunt it than this super short lehenga blouse design which is trending now. You can see stars like Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone sporting these. The advantage with this style is that it elongates your torso, and adds length to your body.
You can experiment with the sleeves as you like with this style. You can go for full/quarter or sleeveless depending on the design of your blouse.
- The off-shoulder blouse
This lehenga blouse design, though popular long ago is back again and how! At the Lakme India Fashion Week, Arpita Mehta worked with this designed and it completely rocked the runway. The trick with this blouse is to make sure it is the perfect fit for you and that goes best with deep back neckline. Confused how to wear a dupatta with it? Well, you can of course wear a net dupatta choked up to neck, or if you want to look really fashionable, try out the way Malaika wore it! Attach it from the blouse and let it flow. After all, keeping your neck bare will give maximum appeal to this look. Pair your lehenga with heavy jhumkis to complete your look!
3.The Full Sleeved Blouse
For all the Sabyasachi fans out there, and all those who believe old is gold, the classic full-sleeved blouse is for you. This style works perfectly for brides and for anyone who wants to achieve a grand loyal look. This is also one of the most popular blouse designs for silk sarees.
To avoid making the look too simple, go for some work on the sleeves like mirror work or embroidery or go with net sleeves. For the back neckline, you can either go for the basic U-neck, or to add more oomph go for a backless blouse.
- Velvet Blouses
Velvet as a fabric screams sophistication and class and is the perfect fabric for winter weddings. Velvet is a true representation of the Indian culture and has been around since the Mughal era. It’s been the favorite of many designers and is always in fashion. Another one of the favored blouse designs for silk sarees, you can be sure that this blouse will not be a disappointment.
You can opt for either an absolutely plain colored blouse, or take a color like black as the base, and get heavy zardozi work over it.
You can have a velvet lehenga blouse without having a velvet lehenga! Just adding a hint of velvet in the lehengas or borders will make the fabric look rich and truly make you shine out. You can choose almost any blouse neck design, round, V, U or boat neck. They all work well with velvet.
- Jacket style blouse
Do you feel that the simple choli designs are too simple for you, and you want to try something more edgy? This is the style for you.
To keep up the sophistication, the fashion designers have come up with the latest jacket blouse patterns that not only give an edge to the traditional outfit but even add a western touch while maintaining ethnicity.
Go for a midi length lehenga blouse design for best look. We take some inspiration from Neeta lula’s designs, who takes separate fabrics and patterns for the inside as well as the outside of the jacket, to make it truly appear like a jacket.
On the other hand, designer Krishna Mehta, uses beautifully sequined and tailored blazer type jackets with a flowlylehenga.
The blouse neck design should preferably be high, keeping in sync with the royal attire.
- Net Blouse Design
There are numerous ways you can incorporate net into your blouse. From net around the neck, back or sleeves, adding net to your blouse makes you look feminine and delicate.
Net Blouse designs have been rocking the runway since a long time now, and do not seem to be going out of fashion anytime soon too. They also happen to be one of the most popular Saree blouse designs. If you are using net around your neck, make sure to add some Zari work so that it looks like a necklace when you wear it!
7). Back Neck Blouse Designs
No Blouse is complete without a sexy back neck! So once you’ve decided the front blouse neck design, spend some time deciding the perfect back which will suit your personality as well as the overall blouse design.
Go backless, if you have a simple front or a high neck blouse or a blouse with sleeves, go backless and add that edge to your lehenga. You even have the option of attaching beautiful dori’s to add to the look.
If you want to keep it simple but classy, go for the classic U-necklines or round necklines. If you wear a off shoulder blouse, keep it simple, and use a simple boat neck line.
If you wish to experiment more, go for cut out designs, like a heart, circle etc at the back to add a playful look. Blouse neck designs are one of the most essential factors in making or breaking your whole outfit, so choose the perfect one for yourself.