Trends come and go, but ethnic Indian ensembles are timeless! Traditional clothing has only grown in popularity over the years. Indeed, its allure has spread beyond borders, with Indian traditional style dominating wedding seasons and red carpet looks around the world. If there is one occasion that demands exceptional traditional wear, it is your wedding day. And while choosing a traditional lehenga isn’t an easy feat, picking a blouse style to go with it is even stressful—because we all want to keep up with the latest trends.
To make this task easier for you, we decided to bring you inspiration from your favourite celebrities to help you choose a blouse style. Take a look at these blouse designs that you can take cues from.
1. Katrina Kaif’s red zardozi blouse
Katrina Kaif left netizens spellbound with her classic red lehenga, blouse, and dupatta ensemble. For her big day, she donned an elbow sleeve, plunge neckline classic blouse design with intricate zardozi embroidery and tilla work. This is among the most stylish lehenga blouse designs for upcoming brides this season.
2. Shilpa Shetty’s bishop sleeve blouse
Shilpa’s bright yellow blouse is here to brighten up your mood dear brides! Pull off this sensuous and stylish bustier blouse with exaggerated sleeves for haldi ceremony and rock the pictures.
3. Alia Bhatt’s bralette blouse
When we talk about youth icons, you know comes to mind? Yes, it’s Alia Bhatt. The actor was seen giving us some major goals in a pale yellow lehenga outfit. The infinity style bralette blouse designed by Manish Malhotra caught all the attention at Anushka Ranjan and Aditya Seal’s wedding festivity. This blouse is worth trying for all the bold brides.
4. Janhvi Kapoor’s jewelled blouse
Janhvi Kapoor never fails to impress fans with her style game and her Instagram handle is proof. Here, Janhvi’s blouse is embellished with Swarovski crystals along with pops of green gems. The Dhadak actor’s gleaming star-studded blouse is perfect for anyone who enjoys bling.
5. Malaika Arora’s scoop sequinned blouse
Strappy blouses come in a variety of styles, including one shoulder, halter, and cami. Malaika Arora's metallic sequinned blouse is a good example, and you can wear this with a plain saree to elevate the look.
6. Genelia D’souza’s butterfly blouse
Genelia donned a steel blue butterfly-bustier blouse paired with a same-coloured, embroidered skirt with a flared silhouette. Monochromatic colour harmony makes this look a treat for sore eyes! Steal the steel look brides for your cocktail party!
7. Sara Ali Khan’s Queen Anne blouse
Sara Ali Khan was spotted wearing a stunning pink lehenga from Manish Malhotra's Mijwan collection. The stunning skirt was paired with a sleeveless blouse with a sweetheart neckline and an open back. The look was completed with a light organza dupatta.
Before you finalise the blouse design for your wedding day, here are some things to keep in mind:
Importance of the fit and design of a blouse
A well-fitted blouse looks classy and graceful and with the right choice of designs, colours and patterns—it becomes the perfect accessory to your saree or lehenga look.
Different colour combinations
The trend of mixing and matching has been in rage of late, ditching the standard form of matching up everything from garments to accessories. However, some brides prefer the monochromes. Golden blouse design for lehenga is always a saviour for any lehenga colour you decide. Stylish silver blouse design can also be given a thought for any wedding function and team it with oxidized silver jewellery. The trend of yellow and blue combination blouse designs is also modern and distinctive.
So, if you wish to rock the lehenga look, do take some cues from the guidelines and styles shared above.