Wedding Blouse Designs: 12 Cool Varied Blouses To Redefine Style

Trust me when I say this, your wedding blouse designs can make or break your outfit/saree. It totally can. There is no point of owning a stunning saree, without paying attention to the blouse that will complement it . If you have one stunning choli, you can team it with at least five different sarees or lehengas.

A bride’s trousseau is usually predictable – you wear a lehenga or a saree. Pay attention to the wedding blouse designs girls. It’s a very important part of your wardrobe. Best part is, you could reuse all you cholis if you make them like stand-alone pieces that can be blended into your outfit.

Here are a few wedding blouse designs!

These are the most wanted blouse styles to get you started on the planning and designing.

1. Crop Top Style

The crop top is one of the most wanted wedding blouse designs, and is great for both sarees and lehengas. Sleeveless looks even better, and will be comfortable too. It can be buttoned up style or you can ask for a zipper. Keep the opening at the back, or conceal it on side. You could wear this choli again with a plain saree, a contrasting colour saree, an embroidered saree in contrasting colours, a lehenga (with or without dupatta ), and the list goes on.

The choli you see in the photo is by Anita Dongre.

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2. Off-Shoulder

Off-Shoulder wedding blouse designs might be a bold choice for the wedding day, but you could opt for this style for other occasions like mehndi, sangeet etc. It will look best with a lehenga but teaming a saree with this style is also a great idea. The one you see below is a part of an ensemble by Tarun Tahiliani.

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This choli is a part of a Suneet Verma outfit.

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3. Different Cut

Regular style wedding blouse designs are nice as they are. It’s a safe bet and cannot go wrong. If it’s in a neutral colour, you can match it up with pretty much anything in your collection of sarees and lehengas. Try a different cut, the style will be the same. Just a touch of detailing in terms of cut and design.

The choli below is by Rohit Bal.

4. Halter Neck

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5. Mirror Work

Mirror work is a very versatile style of embellishment. It can be teamed with pretty much any wedding blouse designs or fabrics. It will look dressy enough for the big day or casual enough with a plain chiffon saree. It can be stitched and styled in the design you pick for the choli.

The blouse in the picture is by Purvi Doshi.

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This full sleeve one with elaborate design on the sleeve and neck might be all you need.

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6. Backless

Backless wedding blouse designs are sexy, aren’t they? They look stunning too. If you can carry it off without looking self-conscious and fidgeting (no need for it), go for it. Let aunties be scandalized, and let the girls snigger. If you can wear it and own it, then don’t think twice.

The one in the picture is bikini style and straight off the ramp. It has string tie-ups at the back.

Well, almost backless. It’s lace at the back with sheer. This could be your style if you don’t want to completely bare.

The stunner below is a part of a Shehla Khan creation.

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Almost Backless

Backless With A Bow

7. Net, Lace And Sheer

Net and lace wedding blouse designs never go out of fashion. You don’t believe me? Just try and do a quick search for outfits in movies, and in real world over the last few decades. Net and lace will feature a lot. They should be handled with a lot of care. I mean one chipped nail, and you’re left with a murdered blouse.

White And Glittery

Black Shine

Luminous Yellow

Subdued And Elegant

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8. Buttoned Back

Buttoned back wedding blouse designs are an old style, not something that was invented in the last few years. The way the look is adapted has changed though. This will team well with any fabric and outfit. Sabyasachi has a whole line with buttoned back blouses to die for.

9. Corset Style

The Victorian-inspired corset choli will be quite a statement at the wedding, should you chose this wedding blouse design. It’s very offbeat. If you win the battle for it, going against your mom’s choice, then congratulations! You can now run the world.

The choli below is by Rohit Bal.

Wedding Blouse Designs - Corset Style


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10. Collared High Neck

Collars don’t just belong on shirts. Collars looks nice on wedding blouse designs too. If you like high necks, then a collared style is a good style to try. It adds a bit more character to the blouse and more structure. Avoid it if you have a short neck.

The one that Sonam is sizzling in, will add the right amount of glamour to your outfit.

11. Jacket Style

Yup, you read it correct. Jacket-inspired wedding blouse designs are a rage right now. Team it with a lehenga or a sari. Wear minimal jewellery. That’s the look that’s in vogue.

Check out the yellow one by Manish Malhotra.

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I told you it looks just as good with a saree as well. Look at the blue one, also by Manish Malhotra.

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The choli has undergone a lot of changes and evolved over the years. Designers have reinvented it and restyled it so much so that now it’s a stand-alone piece that is sold at exorbitant prices as opposed to being an extended piece of fabric, on the saree you purchased.

The classic cholis are also a great choice for your wedding. A little bit of embroidery and trims, a rich and beautiful looking fabric, and you have a winner on hand.

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12. Classic To The Core

Like I mentioned, you cannot go wrong with this. A classic choli with trims at border and embroidery all over.

Happy shopping!