5 Latest Saree Blouse Designs
1. Cape Style Black Tussar Silk Blouse With A High Neck
Taapsee Pannu never stops to stun us. With her astonishing acting aptitudes, pretty hair, tasteful dressing sense, an infectious grin, she is the country’s heartthrob! She conveys Indian wear similarly as wonderful as she does her Western garments, and here’s confirmation.
This dark cape style pullover is one of a kind creation by Jayanti Reddy. She has mixed high neck with top sleeves, however such that makes them look like bat sleeves. On the off chance that one of a kind is your thing, this is it!
2. Red Silk Blouse With Golden Embroidery And Ruffled High Neck
Another from Jayanti Reddy’s name that has been getting out and about and taking the conventional pullover game first class. The unadulterated silk crimson pullover with silver zari weaving and high unsettled neck is doubtlessly going to put you on the platform.
Tip – Wear it with a red zari, silk or jute sari, and ideally keep it plain. However, on the off chance that you can convey the look, you can attempt printed sarees as well. A printed fix with a weaved shirt is slanting in any case.
3. Dull Gold Party Wear Blouse With Bell Sleeves
Payal Singhal is known for injecting diverse components to her plans, in some cases obviously and here and there with unobtrusive itemizing. What’s more, to the extent this gathering goes, she finds some kind of harmony of both. The dull gold shirt with metallic themes and altered chime sleeves and the frayed saree fringes are little subtleties that look astounding.
Tip – Since gold is one of those all-inclusive hues, blend and match it with differentiating hued sarees. In any case, ensure your saree is lively, or it might crash and burn.
4. Black Cape Style Blouse For Party Wear Sarees