Sheer is one spring-summer trend I totally love. For traditional occasions skin show is a big NO and if you want something fun and exciting yet breathable to try this festive season sheer is the way to go with your blouse designs for classy glam saree look. Today in this post our focus is blouse designs with sheer back necks.
Sheer blouses are essentially saree blouse designs with a see-through aka transparent back neck pattern. These sheer back neck blouse designs are very versatile and work equally well with designer sarees as well as traditional silk sarees. If you have heavier top half sheer back neck blouse designs are a good option as there is no explicit skin show but it gives the illusion of a trendy deep cut back neck. On more conservative occasions like festivals or weddings it is advisable to avoid plunging neckline and deep back cut blouses, this is when sheer blouse patterns come to your rescue. Here I bring to you 30 delicate and pretty sheer back neck blouse designs to pair with a variety of different sarees like chiffon, net, Georgette, printed and of course pattu sarees too.
#1 Button detailed sheer back neck blouse designs
Buttons are being used in blouse patterns as a design element instead of using it for closure purposes these days. For a gorgeous chic blouse design go for a square back cut out with sheer fabric overlay and a button detailed horizontal middle. This kind of blouse design is fun and flirty and you can increase its beauty by adding embroidered lace fabric sleeves or sheer panel. Pair this kind of blouse with velvet, net lace, or even printed crepe saree for a pretty and chic saree look.
#2 Deep U cut embellished sheer back neck blouse designs
Net has this ability to make any blouse give a luxurious festive feel making transparent blouses really popular for special occasion sarees. For weddings go for a deep U cut sheer net back blouse design with short sleeves and make embellishments the highlight of your blouse. Get work done on the sheer back panel of your blouse design and even neckline and sleeve borders are you desire and you are ready to rock any festive event.
BS style Tip: For a blouse like this make sure to keep your hair tied in a bun of the braid. The effort put in on the blouse will all go waste if the stylish backstays hidden beneath a pool of hair.
#3 Overlapping cut out transparent blouse for saree
A perfect amalgamation of traditional and modernity is this striking overlapping detailed sheer back blouse designs. These blouse designs can be paired with sarees like chiffon, velvet, and even silk. This kind of blouse design requires a good tailor and when done right it can give you a fabulous contemporary wedding saree look. Brides can also try this blouse pattern with their kanjeevarams.
#4 Floral transparent blouse back neck designs
#5 Heavy embelli
Exquisite and chic, broad back sheer neck blouse patterns with intricate embroidery is every desi gals dream. This kind of blouse pattern which spells festive like nothing else can work with all your wedding sarees like kanjeevarams, designer net sarees, and embellished Georgette sarees.
Get a high sheer back neck and embellish it maggam work or even thread work embroidery with light stones or pearls for an elegant yet stylish traditional saree look.
#6 Stunning blouse designs with transparent front and back neckline
A combination of the sheer back with a sheer front neckline can sound pretty bold and daring but if done carefully, this can actually make for an alluring blouse pattern to flaunt with designer festive sarees. The trick here is to use embellishments to reduce the sheer factor a bit. Also, add a thin slimy detail at the back for more oomph and get set to rock the party.
#7 Sheer paneled blouse design for designer sarees
A classic blouse pattern more in line with western fashion sensibilities, this white blouse is charmingly chic. Embroidered lace panels are held together by plain sheer fabric giving an elegant back look and the beauty of this blouse doesn’t end there. The front has a boat neck with another sheer panel for more visual interest.
Pair a blouse with so many design elements with bold makeup and minimal accessories to avoid your saree look into turning a crowded mess. A braided bun to expose the trendy back and a simple pair of drop earrings are all you need to stand out at any dinner, sangeet, or even your farewell party. Avoid long rani haar type neckpieces with this kind of blouse and allow the front blouse panel to stand out in itself.
#8 Trendy embellished sheer back neck blouse designs for pattu sarees
This embroidered and mirror embellished blouse pattern looks extra stunning all thanks to its sheer back panel detailing. This blouse design is graceful and regal making it a perfect match for both traditional and designer sarees. Sheer blouse panels allow for a modern saree look without much skin show. This blouse patterns will work beautifully with pattu sarees, chiffon, Georgette, and net sarees for a chic stylish appeal.
#9 Traditional sheer back blouse designs for silk sarees
#10 Scallop cut out sheer back neck blouse designs for net sarees
Looking for a sheer back neck blouse design which is unique yet not too experimental? Then add a scallop-edged cut out to your blouse back and cover it with a sheer fabric. Enhance the back of the blouse with some delicate embroidery or stonework and add some fabric button detailing for a gorgeous looking comfortable sheer blouse pattern.
#11 Polka detailed sheer back neck blouse designs
Instead of plain sheer detailing on blouse back neck try polka-dotted net or lace fabric. Brocade Brasso net is used in this blouse design eliminating the need for any intricate embroidery or stonework to beautify it. You can also give a pattern like this a try with lace fabric of your choice attached over plain contrast fabric for sheer back neck blouse design.
#12 Lace full sleeves sheer back neck blouse designs Sheer fabric looks graceful and exotic when used as panels in blouse backs and to make these blouses even more fancy add lace sleeves of full length or 3/4 length. This perfectly pretty blend of net and lace in a blouse pattern is sure to fetch you loads of compliments at any special event your flaunt it.
#13 Circle cut out embroidered sheer back neck blouse designs
Wanna flaunt your back with a cutout and wear sheer too? Here is the perfect blouse pattern for you. This embroidered sheer back blouse with round cut out is equal parts exciting and elegant. Get the embroidery to match the color of your saree and pair this sheer blouse with smudged kohl, chand balis, and fishtail braid and you are good to grab lots of attention.
#14 Heavily embellished sheer back neck blouse designs for silk sarees
A simple transparent fabric addition can make a lot of difference to the appearance of a blouse back. You can simply skip lining on some part of blouse back to give it an element of sheer and embellish that part with lots of sequins to give it a regal grand look which a be paired with any contrasting silk saree for weddings and auspicious occasions
#15 Tassel detailed sheer back neck blouse designs for designer sarees
If sheer wasn’t fun enough add more interesting elements to your blouse back like the super in trend tassels. Strictly suited for designer sarees this tassel detailed back is sure gonna make you a party show stealer and for added drama get an elbow-length sleeve with more tassels on sleeve border.
This kind of blouse design can also be paired with plain or contrasting lehengas for chic lehenga look.
#16 High neck embellished sheer back blouse designs for pattu sarees
Net fabrics are a summer staple allowing you to create your own unique individual style for traditional saree looks. Embellished net blouses showing off your back the graceful elegant way is the perfect blouse pattern for wedding sarees. This blouse design has also been a favorite with such Indian brides to make heads turn on their special day. Heavy zardosi, maggam work, or even pearl embellishments look gorgeous on the sheer net and can transform your silk saree look by leaps breaking the monotony and adding a glam modern touch.
#17 Simple sheer paneled button back blouse designs
When wearing a heavily embellished designer or net sarees it is best to balance out with a simpler blouse for a classy appeal. If a simple blouse pattern is what you are looking for then a blouse design like this is ideal for you. Get a blouse like this done in neutral tones to match a variety of different colored sarees add a sleek sheer panel and some fabric button detailing and you are good to go.
#19 Embroidered sheer back blouse designs for special occasions
Sheer back blouse patterns make way for endless design possibilities. You can go for full sequin work or patch applique work. Another way to enhance the sheer back panel is to adorn it with floral embroidery detail to give it a graceful and elegant finish.
#20 Deep U cut out plain sheer back neck blouse designs
#21 Fully sheer embroidered placement work blouse design
#22 Transparent back with eye hole cut out blouse design
Have a gorgeous flab free back to flaunt? Try this breathtaking, sensuous blouse design that has a fully transparent sheer back with an eye hole cut out as an interesting design element. This design has an embellished cut out and neckline border making it special occasion relevant. Saree pairing possibilities are endless as you can easily pair contemporary designer sarees as well as traditional pattu sarees with this blouse pattern.
#23 Rectangle cut sheer back neck blouse design with pearl embellishments
An eye-catching rectangle sheer cut out blouse back neck design is the ideal choice for a printed crepe or Georgette sarees. The pearl embellishments over sheer panel reduce the severity making it more opaque and relevant even for everyday use. Go for heavy pearl embellishments on back and sleeves for a blouse like this to flaunt at parties and dinners or go minimal pearl detail for everyday casuals.
#24 Off beat motifs on sheer back panel blouse design for festive sarees
The embroidered sheer transparent fabric on your blouse back will enhance the stylish appeal of your blouse making it more dressy. But you can actually make things more interesting and quirky by opting for offbeat motifs for embroidery. Go for a traditional elephant or peacock motifs or try something more contemporary like twitter chirpy bird motif, camera motifs, etc and pair blouse with designer crepe sarees for modern saree looks.
#25 Embroidered net blouse designs for designer sarees
Aiming for a trendy yet classy look? Lace back blouse designs are your best friend. An embroidered lace gives regal touch and extra charm to a blouse pattern. You can add more design detailed to lace high back neck blouse without compromising on the elegance by opting for a button detailing, collar neck, opaque middle fabric panel, or slim slit. The design possibilities are endless and you can experiment on your lace fabric as per your style sensibilities.
#25 Stylish heavy work sheer designer blouse for weddings
#26 Sleeveless floral embroidered sheer back blouse designs with fabric pom pom
#27 Printed blouse with sheer back blouse design for party sarees
#28 Deep V cut sheer back neck blouse designs
A deep back V cut may be very difficult to carry off if you have some back fat. But why worry when you have sheer to reveal yet show off a bit of skin for an uber-glam saree blouse pattern. Lightly embellish this V sheer panel and extend the charity to front neckline for an alluring blouse design
#29 Gorgeous blouse design with transparent embellished back and side tie-up
#30 Glam plain sheer back neck blouse designs with cut out
If you are aiming for a sexy sultry look which doesn’t end up looking tacky then sheer back neck blouse design is the way to go. Instead of adding a sheer panel to your blouse back go for a full sheer back fabric and add a glam cut for more sensuous appeal. Keep the blouse sleeveless and plain without any border and embellishments for effortless appeal.