Mix & Match: Customized Blouses To Ace The Ethnic Look

There’s nothing better than a perfect blouse to complement a beautiful Saree. While a Saree imparts that ultimate feminine charm and enhances a female figure to perfection, a matching customized blouse brings out the best in the eternal Indian ensemble. Blouse designs have evolved over the years to be in tune with the contemporary times, and now the mix & match trend has taken the fashion a step up.

To boost the look of your favorite Saree, all you need is blouse that’s exquisitely crafted and fits like dream. And, to achieve that there’s no better option than custom order your blouse with a design that flaunts your curves. So let’s inspire you with some of the customized blouse designs which you can mix & match with your Saree for that trendy look in your traditional attire.

Bralet Blouse

A backless bralet is the perfect way to show off your sexy back, and if it’s in a contrast shade it raises that oomph level of your otherwise simple Saree. We love the gray piece that Priyanka is sporting here with a neon green Saree.

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Closed neck Blouse

The style diva she is, Sonam makes a statement with her appearance each time. So when she decided to pair this metal zipped intricately embroidered close neck ethnic blouse with a Saree dress, we fell in love with it at the first sight.

Sonam embroidered

 

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Sequined

This fashion never seems to fade off, as sequins can bring life even to the most boring designs and brighten up an occasion. Nothing beats a gold sequined straight neck sleeveless blouse which can rock a plain red or a black effortlessly.

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sequined black

 

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Embroidered

What better than a heavily embroidered blouse to add glamour to your elementary Saree? Match a quintessential black heavy work full sleeve with a half and half saree, or a detailed mirror work one like the one that Shilpa seems to be rocking with her plain orange number.

2Even the Kuttchi embroidery blouses are in much demand these days. Check out Shilpa Shetty donning one such blouse paired with contrasting Orange plain saree.

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Alluring Back Cuts

Add a glamorous touch to a heavily embellished blouse or a simple one with that sensuous back cut. Experiment with back designs and those deep back cuts and dazzle through any occasion with much aplomb.

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simple back cut

 

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Contrast Colors

Who other than the fashion queen of the B-Town, Sonam Kapoor, to show you how to mix and match contrast colors or even Rani here with that sassy orange sleeveless. Play with colors, but ensure that you match the right colors and do not go overboard. We simply love the neon combination sported by the divas.

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