Indian Blouse Designs - 10 Best Blouses For Special Occasions

If you are planning to wear a saree for a special occasion then the kind of blouse that you pair it with can make or break the look. The shape of the neck, the design and the cuts that the blouse has go a long way in enhancing the look of the saree and your profile with it. For example, the latest V-neck blouses are a great addition to your wardrobe, especially when it comes to party wear.

The various styles coupled with their back neck designs can make a huge impact and help you grab the limelight. Add-ons like tassel work, mirror work, embroidery along the neck design, cut and butta work etc all have their part to play in making a perfect blouse.

  Choosing The Perfect Indian Blouse Designs For Special Occasions

It’s not just party wear or special occasions that demand the latest stylish Indian blouse designs. Picking the right blouse with minimum embellishments that matches your simple and stylish saree will make a huge difference to your profile.

Casual and quiet occasions demand blouses that have a minimum yet fine detail and embroidery and limited embellishments. A beautiful and simple saree paired with a blouse of similar nature – elegant and minimal featuring  simple embroidery – works extremely well in enhancing your profile, charisma and style quotient even at the workplace.

For party wear, of course, blouses with heavy embellishments and fancy work are recommended. Whether you’re looking for the best party wear Indian blouse designs, or a simple, elegant and stylish blouse design with minimal embroidery to wear to work, here are 10 fantastic Indian blouse designs:

1. Red Sabyasachi Blouse With Heavy Embellishment And Sequin Work

This is a flawless Sabyasachi creation, so you can be sure that it will be exquisite. The gorgeous interplay of three highly appealing colours in red, soft pink and light gold work exceedingly well and the trendy neck design is very stylish and contemporary. The detailing, as with most Sabyasachi Indian blouse designs, is on point and the hand embroidery really puts the icing on the cake for this creation.

It is the perfect blouse for party wear and will work extremely well with a plain chiffon saree.

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2. Indian Blouse Designs – The Colorful Minimal Embroidery Blouse

This gorgeous blouse features a whole assortment of colors ranging from pale yellow all the way to light green, with an assortment of reds, pinks and blues thrown into the mix as well. The overall result? A gorgeous blouse that’s excellent for a fun time out in the town.

The deep back design of the blouse makes a big style statement and the use of various bright and attractive colors means that the blouse is perfectly embellished even without heavy mirror or zari work.

3. Anita Dongre Designer Deep Back Pink Blouse With Zari Work

This bright pink blouse by Anita Dongre takes the forefront and relegates the entire ensemble to the background. Its shocking pink colour makes it really stand out, and its gorgeous detailing on the peripheries will draw both envious looks and nods of agreement. Either way, it’s a great looking blouse and a great option for party wear, especially when paired with a beautiful plain light colored saree as above.

The combination of a plain saree and delicately embroidered blouse makes this a great evening wear option, even for formal occasions.

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4. Gold Chantilly Lace Semi Transparent Blouse

This blouse features gold Chantilly lace with a mesh and open back design, making for a highly appealing overall creation. Every girl needs a blouse with floral prints, and the prints here work exceedingly well, especially with the open back design. Also, the lack of any distracting embellishments and colours works well for this blouse.

This blouse will work well when paired with a plain georgette or chiffon saree for a highly desirable look.

5. Black Embroidered Blouse With Mirror Work Sleeves

A black blouse is always a good option to have in your closet. You’ll never know when you’ll need one, especially one of those rare authentic Indian blouse designs, like this one with mirror work. This particular black blouse features a very elegant design with carefully considered embroidery along the sleeves and neck to match the mirror work, and it is a very stylish option for those formal-type occasions, that goes well on anything from a saree to a regal velvety lehenga.

Wearing this head-turning blouse at a formal occasion or even a work party etc. will not only give that stylish and contemporary look, but it also ensures the tradition of the saree you pair with it is preserved, and that you get plenty of compliments as well!

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Keep these tips in mind before opting for a deep back blouse. Time to bring sexy back!

1. Clean your back and wax it so that you can go ahead and flaunt it with confidence.
2. Choose your bra perfectly so that it does not show up when you put on your blouse.
3. Fasten all of the strings, hooks and clasps perfectly on the back of your blouse.
4. Choose your hairstyle to match your blouse. For example, if you’re showing off your back, wear your hair up.
5. For an enhanced effect, you could use mehndi or other temporary tattoos to go along with the blouse and add more style to your look.

6. Designer Black And Red Blouse With Heavy Butta And Zari Work

This stunning creation marries the classic Indian sensibilities with contemporary chic for a blouse that is at once as stylish as it is elegant. Featuring metallic colours and intricate embroidery, as well as heavy butta work and delicate zari, this is the perfect party wear blouse.

Pairing this with a simpler, solid color saree such as the taupe saree in the picture or even a light brown or rodeo dust coloured saree will work wonders for the wearer.

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7. Indian Blouse Designs – Baby Pink And Black Full Sleeve Blouse With Bold Patterns

This gorgeous blouse works exceedingly well if you pair it with a soft and light pink saree. As far as Indian blouse designs go, this one is a newer, more avant-garde version, and is quite popular on the red carpet too. The long sleeves featuring the bold pattern work very well for this blouse.

Other combinations that will work very well for such a bold blouse would be pairing it with a red saree with embellished borders or a mustard coloured chiffon saree.

8. Orange And Red Designer Blouse With Bajuband Zari Work And Sleeve Mirror Work

This stunningly simple creation will appeal to all of the Indian sensibilities that the everyday girl can associate with, and is a perfect match for those special evenings when you want to look as well as feel beautiful. The orange and red is a classic combo, and the beautiful yet minimal embroidery is a sight to behold on its own.

The floral pattern on the orange is in a resplendent gold colour, and the bajuband design on the sleeves as well as the accompanying mirror work and the deep red of the sleeves works extremely well and makes this blouse a must have.

9. Sequinned Pink Embroidered Blouse

This uniquely stylish blouse design features in an attractive and youthful pink, which girls will find perfect for everyday wear in the days of summer and even on winter nights. The blouse is embellished with sequinned embroidery but it has been done in a non-symmetric manner that really makes the blouse stand out from the rest and makes it a very stylish and trendy option for regular wear.

Pair with a pink or golden saree for an exceptional looking outfit.

10. Green And Gold Full Sleeve High Neck Blouse With Butta Work

This full-bodied high neck blouse features in a half sleeve design and comes in a gorgeous green colour with delicate golden butta embroidery. The first thing that anyone who wears such a blouse will notice is that the fit is superb and it is one of the classiest yesteryear Indian blouse designs. The traditional austerity adds a highly modern and trendy feel to it, meaning that it is perfect for the contemporary woman looking to connect with age-old Indian values.