When we look for Indian Wedding wear, what is it that comes first to our mind? Definitely, a saree or a lehenga! There’s something common between the two, yes, you guessed it right, it’s the BLOUSE. A well fitted blouse can make or break your outfit. Brides must not compromise with their blouse on D-day. Specially when it comes to South Indian brides who don pure six yards of grace in the Silk sarees. A well structured blouse is what lifts your complete look. Blouse styles vary according to the saree fabric and body type. Trends keep on changing and it is essential to stay in vogue.
South Indian Brides, take note for the latest Silk Saree Blouse Back Neck Designs.
Silk Saree Blouse Back Designs for Brides
Wide Diamond Cut Blouse
A deep back diamond cut blouse with zardozi work on the borders and sleeves. The diamond cut compliments the checkered kanchivaram saree for a well structured geometric pattern. Make a hair bun adorned with floral accessories to flaunt your beautiful blouse back.
Doli Cutwork Blouse
What an exquisite blouse it is! The contrast blouse in itself stands out but this blouse is extremely dreamy. Hand embroidered and beaded, this one is truly a royal design. The doli pattern embroidered on the net creates lovely illusions. Not to forget the equally heavily embroidered sleeves. This is a pure inspiration for the south Indian bridal blouse back design.
Mid-Slit Embroidered Blouse
The color combination of the saree makes it unique. Beige and green in a silk saree is totally a trendsetter. The fine hand embroidery on the blouse looks absolutely gorgeous. A bridal dupatta is an added beauty to this bridal outfit and we can’t stop swooning.
Deep Back Embroidered Blouse
A deep deep back blouse with a heavy heavy embroidery. The blouse is loaded with bead and mirror embellishments. The layered embroidery pattern on the sleeve makes the blouse eye-catching. This is big hit for a South Indian bridal blouse.
Round Cut Ikkat Blouse
We can’t get over the fact that ikkat fabric is so in trend. We love this bold round cut on the beautiful ikkat blouse. The embroidery makes it a party wear blouse. Brides can opt for this blouse for Pre-Wedding rituals.
Half and Half Embroidered Blouse
Designer Cutwork Blouse
That’s what we call a stylish designer blouse! This silk saree blouse back design has fine cutwork all over. The pink blouse with the floral cutwork is embedded with golden beads. The structured triangle fabric pattern includes hand embroidery on leaf motifs. This blouse is major bridal outfit goals.
Temple Cut Bridal Blouse
This designer blouse is all about rich South Indian culture. The maroon silk blouse has a deep temple dome style cut on the back and individual peacock and floral motifs on the sleeves. The motifs are exquisitely hand embroidered. Not to forget that South India is known for its temple towns. This blouse is surely for the traditional South Indian Bride.
Sweetheart Cut Silk Blouse
The color combination of this silk saree is surely a head-turner. It is well balanced mix of sober pastel green and royal purple. The blouse back is cut in a deep sweetheart shape with elegant purple threadwork on the borders. This color combo has to be a must in your bridal trousseau.
Square Cut Bridal Blouse
An almost backless blouse with a deep square cut on the back. It has beautiful floral and leaf embroidered motifs on the borders. The blue and red blouse has jewelry attached to the sleeve. This blouse can easily be worn on your Engagement function.
Jeweled Backless Blouse
For the modern bride! We can’t take our eyes off this alluring pink backless blouse. The most appealing element is, of course, the beaded jewelry on the blouse. The sleeves include hand embroidered jhumka style motifs in gold. This is totally a trendsetter. Tie your hair to flaunt that voguish blouse of yours!
Beautiful Hand Embroidery Blouse
A very fresh and girlish color combination, mint and pink. This has to be a millennial bridal favorite saree. Just the way girls prefer, minimum embroidery yet pure elegance. The double shade blouse has a basic mid-slit on the back with small motifs. The sleeve has a ‘baaju bandh’ like accessory attached to the blouse. A very basic bridal blouse back neck design for the women who prefer minimalism.