Latest Mirror Work Blouse Designs : What’s Trending

We all go through that phase where we get infatuated with a trend. Whether it’s the same pair of shoes in different colors or a new hot designer, we can’t look beyond the fascination. Latest fixation of blouses with mirror work constitute some magnificent obsessions now #Trending! It has absolute magic to turn any attire into the most gorgeous one. From the aristocratic elegance of a day-out to the grandeur and extravagance of a big fat Indian wedding, mirror work blouse designs has found its raison d’étre and is running with it. It complements our culture, fits best for ethnic wear and isn’t averse to the sartorial spotlight! Mirror work ain’t going anywhere any time soon, so if you aren’t on board, it’s time to get your embellishment on in these latest blouse designs with mirror work and get your shine on!

 

  1. Heavy Work Blouses, All over Mirror Work Blouses – Mirror Mirror Everywhere!

Mirror work all over your blouse is classy too. Don’t be afraid to try out this look. A sleeveless blouse would be even more stunning with mirror work on front and back. Shilpa Shetty has been the flag bearer of this trend. She donned a yellow saree paired with round neck blouse which had embroidered mirrors all over it. She looked lovely in the beautiful green saree with small mirror work all over the border of saree and also on the blouse.

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mirror work blouse designs

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mirror work blouse designs

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  1. Mirror Work on the Borders of the Blouses – Just on the borders Please!

You can also try out this trend around your neckline and edges of your blouse sleeves. It automatically adds sheen to printed and brightly hued blouses. Mirror work with colored frames acts as your jewelry too so you can keep the rest of your look very simple and flaunt the colorful mirrors on your voguish blouse!

mirror work blouse designs - Mirrors with colourful frames

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Shraddha Kapoor wore a sleeveless yellow colored blouse along with palazzos. Mirror work embroidery was uber chic (Y)

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  1. Mirror Work Blouse Back Designs – Accentuating the Back of Blouse!

A round cut on the back of your designer blouse and surrounding the same with mirror work. Nothing can be as sexy and trendy as this 😀 Floral motifs, circular trimmings and little rows of minute mirrors can add a very interesting detail to your ensemble. Also, make your blouse as edgy as possible with even experimenting with the shapes of mirrors: star, triangle, circular.

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mirror work blouse designs

mirror work blouse designs

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  1. Blouse Designs with Mirror Work on Neck – Playing with Blouse Neck Designs

Mirror work for your blouse neck designs – collar neck, high neck, boat neck or ‘V’ neck! Run to your tailors and get these stitched asap. Add this embellishment to your blouse to scale up the gorgeousness of your overall look. After all, its sartorial potential- the ability to be molded, adapted and paired with wardrobe favorites- is just waiting to be realized. All you need to do is get creative!

Matching a signature mirror work blouse with a simple saree will make the trick work. It’s totally getting a hit number in fashion front! Look at few of the neck designs, complimenting the mirror work on designer blouses.

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mirror work blouse designs

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While Deepika Padukone was seen with mirror worked up blouse on her peach colored saree, Karishma Kapoor donned it with a lehenga and Kangna Ranaut wore it with anarkali.

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Priyanka Chopra had sheer net around her neck and the blouse was all covered with royal touch of mirror work, a Manish Malhotra creation… For more such designs, check out our blog on blouse designs for net sarees.

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  1. Mirror Work on Blouse Sleeve – Sheen for the Sleeves!

Mirror Work on your Blouse sleeves looks fab! Full-sleeved blouse and sleeves entirely covered with mirror work… Hotness Personified! With the finest embroideries, this blouse will create one of the most unusual and beautiful piece. Mirror patchwork with little metallic patches or mirror work along with tribal patterns on blouses give your normcore attire an urban gypsy feel.

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mirror work blouse designs

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mirror work blouse designs

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South Indian actress Priyamani even played with the length of the sleeves. Yellow Georgette saree paired with deep V-neck black blouse which is elegantly covered with mirror work. Simply stunning! We are in awe with such blouse embroidery designs!

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Wear them with wrap around skirts, palazzos, sarees, over anarkalis as a separate- no limit to experimenting with this trend! With elegance and Nawabi nazakat that these blouses exude, every woman would love to be donned in one of these blouse designs with mirror work. These stunners stand out as a statement of the beauty of timelessness. They greet the world while being new and contemporary.

Inspired by the mesmerizing powers of mirrors, these blouse designs tell a tale of a Princess, rising and shining ahead. Embarking on a path of intrigue, she is the only light in the dark. As she makes her way, she shines brightly, greeting the world in a dreamy attire. As our B-town beauties always look for a niche proposition to relate to, X-factor that can set them apart; this is there go-to! True personification of sartorial heaven.

Shop your blouse design today and raise up the temperature to several degrees as you add definite sheen to your tailored blouse with mirror work!

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