Top 7 Blouse Trends Every Woman Needs In Her Wadrobe

Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

I own a lot of saris and maintaining different blouses for each sari is a task by itself. Moreover, blouses with heavy work done on them are not comfortable at all. Hence, it is wise to have certain blouses which can match almost any saris that you own. Here are some of my must have blouse trends if you are a sari hoarder.

Golden Blouse:

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Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

Any Indian Woman will have at least one silk sari in her closet and a simple golden zari blouse would suit all gold embellished silk sari. Remember to choose gold and not bronze because gold matches silk saris and bronze doesn’t.

Silver/Bronze

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Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

Now this depends completely on what you have in your wardrobe. Some may have a lot of bronze toned designer saris and some may have a lot of silver toned saris. It is better to choose sequined blouse to go well with these kind of metallic mix saris.

Black

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Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

This basic black colored blouse can match any basic Georgette/cotton/semi-cotton/chiffon saris with have a black hue to it. My personal choice is to have a netted/lacy black to go with all fabrics.

Colored

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Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

 

To match with the recent trend of pairing plain saris with phulkari blouse, you got to have one in your closet. You can match any number of plain saris with this single phulkari blouse. Make sure to opt for princess cut blouse, to style your plain sari in single pleat.

Kalamkari

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Must Have Indian Ethnic Blouses

The trend itself is overwhelming, there is kalamkari sari, blouse, bag, skirt, shirt and what not. I would suggest owning one kalamkari blouse, preferably a three quarter blouse (because the kalamkari design can be shown off!) for all subtly printed plain saris or a kerala saris.

 

I had a good time compiling these blouse collection. Let me know what blouses do you own.

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2 comments

  1. Ms Via says:

    I used to wear saris off and on and have a lovely collection back in Bombay. Nowadays I wear saris only during the festival time only. 🙂 I totally agree with you maintaining blouses is a tough job 🙂

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