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9 Attractive Neck Styles in Chiffon Blouses for Women

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No matter how heavy a saree is, whatever material and designs it carries, it is always neglected without a proper blouse designs. Among them, chiffon blouse designs have quite been trendy this season. The sensational neck designs it gives would convert any saree to a designer piece. Chiffon not only gives a skinny appearance but also gives a perfect fitting to the slim women.

Chiffon Blouse Designs for Ladies:

Here are few chiffon designed blouses you must include in your wardrobe for an elegant outlook.

1. Full Sleeve Neck Design Blouse:

Neck Design Blouse

A chiffon blouse in black! Wow what an amazing combination for a party wear saree. The chiffon blouse is given full sleeves. The neck work is made with chiffon over the chest for a dignified look to the skin. The collar and the sleeves are given silver designs making floral patterns.

2. Deep Neck Blouse Design:

Deep Neck Blouse Design

Deep V is the best pattern to carry out for blouse chiffon for a simple and lovable look. The blouse is given silk material inner giving curvy design covered with chiffon. The blouse is given short sleeves and silver border to make it more adorable on plain chiffon white saree.

3. Round Neck Silver Chiffon Blouse:

Silver Chiffon Blouse

A chiffon saree with a border is well combined with a ladies chiffon blouse in similar pattern. The silver blouse in chiffon is also given maggam design with thread and half-length sleeve to give your outfit a perspective look.

4. Patch Work Blouse Design:

Patch Work Blouse

The latest blouse design includes the patch work in floral designs. A plain saree with similar border here is given a patch work blouse design in chiffon. The chiffon blouse is given full sleeves and a deep bow designed neck pattern at the back. The back and sleeves are attached with patches in flower designs for a blossom look.

5. Half Sleeve Boat Neck Blouse Design:

Boat Neck Blouse Design

Boat neck designs with chiffon have been attractive for silk saree. The women’s chiffon blouse is border till the neck in chiffon with maggam work designs with pearls and stones. The curvy design on chiffon gives the blouse a unified touch for parties, weddings and reception.

6. Floral Kashmiri Work Blouse:

Kashmiri Work Blouse

When the chiffon blouse is given a Kashmiri designed touch, it takes the beauty of the saree to a next level. A black chiffon blouse is given floral work in Kashmiri style with a deep U neck design from the front and back. The sleeve end is knitted with golden work.

7. Pack Neck Design:

Pack Neck Design

A dual chiffon blouse designs is given two necks at a time. The blouse neck is given broad neck design with hexagonal pattern. Later it is covered with a packed neck coat look which covers the neck and shoulder portion. The blouse is also given jardoshi work designs with golden thread and stones to decorate it for a perfect wedding wear.

8. Designer High Neck Blouse Design:

High Neck Blouse Design

A high neck blouse design in chiffon is combined with brocade material for a flowing look. The blouse is given a high neck design where the chiffon material is studded with a golden lace, pearls and patches till the neck. The long chiffon sleeves also contain the same design for a glamorous look in marriages.

9. Vest Coat Blouse Design:

Vest Coat Blouse Design

A quite popular design among the women’s chiffon blouses is the vest coat designed blouse. The blouse is given off golden maggam work in branches curves. With a fitting at the neck, it gives a dashing look to the plain saree. It is an ideal weal for parties.

The chiffon blouses came in to existence in 1950s when they were worn on skirts for a formal look in offices by women. Later they were cropped to lovely designs for saree blouses. They are now experimented with different traditional work for an ethnic look.

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