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Blouses for Women – 80+Popular Blouse Designs Catalogue 2019

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A blouse which is the most crucial and important clothing accessory paired with a long synthetic or a cotton material called the Saree. Ladies who have an amazing collection of saree in their closet who don’t have a beautifully designed blouse loses the entire charm and grace of a splendid saree, but in contrast, a simple saree can be highlighted in a crowd with a heavily decorated blouse.

What’s a saree without a blouse? Even the simplest of a drape can be elevated to a whole level by wearing a right fitting, sensuous looking blouse pattern. The history of wearing blouses with a saree dates back to the Mughal era, where the idea of women covering their breasts was pioneered. This was a game changer for Indian women, who until then covered themselves with just the saree. While the earliest known blouse was quite simple, with changing times, the patterns have evolved from the midriff covering shirt to the present bra style blouse.

Importance of Blouse For Women In Indian Culture:

Indian women are known for their modest style of dressing. However, until the early ‘90s, it was not common for women to wear blouses. The idea was coined by the foreign invaders, in whose culture, women wore blouses or shirts with their skirts. This was instantly welcomed by the Indian women, who found it comfortable to wrap their breasts in a blouse and move around with confidence. A blouse also added an aesthetic appeal to their bodies and made them look refined. Gradually, wearing a saree with a blouse has become quintessential Indian wear.

Features of Blouse:

Here are some of the interesting facts and features of an Indian blouse:

  • The original Indian blouse covered the midriff area and imitated a men’s shirt.
  • It was later made short of revealing the midriff, which is considered to be sensuous and essentially “Indian”.
  • The length of the sleeves, the depth of the back and width of the shoulder are three main parameters to be considered for getting the right fit.
  • Blouses usually come in styles such as front open, back open and side open designs.
  • They come in simple, basic patterns to heavily embellished designs.

Different Types of Blouse Design Models for Women in 2019:

Here we have compiled 80 best blouse models to help you pick the right design, cut and fabric based on your body type and occasion!

1. Square Neck Blouse Design:

Square Neck Blouse design

The square neck is a simple yet eye-catching design which is leading in the list of the top most used blouse design. The square neck goes will for any kind of built ladies. The square neck is highlighted by using lace, beads or lace material around the neck and hand region which enhances the outlook.

  • Blouse Design: Blue Blouse With Square Neck
  • Fabric Used: Banarasi Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Plain and Silk Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium busted, broad-shouldered women

See More: Most Recent Blouse Designs 2019

2. Dori Attached Back Open Blouse:

Dori attached back open Blouse

This type of design is most commonly worn by young ladies who have a flaunting and revealing skin and like to portrait it out. The dori is attached on the lower back of the waist region and also on the upper back of the blouse. The dori colour can be contrasted with the blouse colour or the same. Goes well with a party outfit.

  • Blouse Design: Black Deep V neck With Dori
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Netted and Ornamental Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Figures

3. Plain Silver Colored Sequined U-Neck Blouse Design:

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Plain blouses always match well with any kind of saree to make it look more attractive plain blouse with sequenced work is more eye catchy and shiny. The U neck pattern is a universal neck design which is liked by all age group women. This blouse can be paired with a simple silk saree or a net saree.

  • Blouse Design: Silver Blouse With U Neck
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Net, Plain and Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium bust and broad-shouldered women

4. Deep V-Neck Style Blouse Design:

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This type of blouse almost resembles a backless blouse. The V-neck design which flows down the waist region. Girls can flaunt their glossy back skin with a chiffon or georgette saree. This blouse is the best to wear for night parties and weddings.

  • Blouse Design: Printed Back Open Blouse With Deep “V”
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Plain and printed sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic

5. Princess Cut Round Neck with Lace Blouse Design:

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Princess cut is the most common cut given for blouses nowadays since the pointy cut design has been faded out due to that fact that it looks odd when worn with a synthetic saree. The princess cut follows the curvature of the chest and gives an elegant finish. To make it look more attractive golden or any coloured lace is attached around the hand and neck region.

  • Blouse Design: Red Princess Cut Blouse with Gold Piping
  • Fabric Used: Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Printed and Textured Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Bust, Broad Shoulders

6. Floral Embroidery Blouse Design:

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The floral pattern is a common design like by all age group of women. This floral pattern is used for stitching blouses, as mehndi design and also used for any kind of handcraft. The floral embroidery has a contrast colour thread work to the blouse colour which helps to show the amazing handwork. The back of the neck has dori attached which helps to keep the blouse stay stiff and hold the embroidery design in place.

  • Blouse Design: Green Cutwork Blouse With Dori
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Printed, Embellished Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite, Athletic

7. Leaf Embroidery High Neck Blouse Design:

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Leaf neck is the next most common pattern after floral design. It is much easier to design the floral design. The leaf designed is made from green thread and stands out from the contrast blouse colour. This elegant and modest looking high neck blouse can be worn by any age group combined with crepe silk saree.

  • Blouse Design: Pink High Neck Blouse With Embroidery
  • Fabric Used: Raw Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Printed and Embroidery Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite and Small Busted

8. Designed Back Neck Full Hand Blouse Design:

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This handcrafted blouse looks amazing with a synthetic saree. The hands and neck region is designed with floral work with small glass work attached to the body of the blouse. Full sleeve blouse has again gained its popularity through a unique design with a collar designed neck pattern.

  • Blouse Design: Black Embellished Collar Neck Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Embroidery Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite, Narrow Frames

9. Collar Neck Blouse Design:

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Collar neck design gives a closed and a modest look. The collared neck is also designed which makes it look outstanding with a simple saree. This type of blouse has a semi-sleeved hand. The hands and waist region of the blouse also has a similar design as the collar neck. This type of blouse goes well with a raw silk saree.

  • Blouse Design: Red Open Collar Neck With Embroidery
  • Fabric Used: Art Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Silk Sarees. Plain and Netted Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Narrow Shoulders, Small Bust

10. Transparent Sheer Back Designed Blouse:

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Transparent see-through blouses have gained importance in the fashion industry due to its mind-blowing design and pattern. The sheer material or the net material is combined with a saree blouse and attached on the back of the blouse and lace running around the net material with a back open system.

  • Blouse Design: High Collar Designer Blouse With Net Panel
  • Fabric Used: Net and Banaras
  • Can be Worn with: Net Sarees, Banaras Drapes
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic and Narrow Frames

11. Mirror Work Cropped Oval Back Neck Blouse Design:

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One of the neck design which likes to flaunt their skin is oval neck design which is usually a back neck blouse design. The oval is cropped in between the blouse material which is seen on the back middle part of the back and surrounded by mirror work and the sleeves are also highlighted by mirror work at the edges of the sleeve.

  • Blouse Design: Sheer Net Blouse With Oval Back Design
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Net Sarees, Mirror Work Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite, Well-toned frames

12. Black Sequinned Halter Neck Blouse:

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The black colour is a common colour which matches with any coloured saree or a plain white saree too. With this advantage, designers came up with a shiny material in black which is called as the sequinned material and to give an outstanding look to this glossy material, halter neck designed blouse pattern is sold in the market where the shoulders straps run around the neck giving a halter neck design. This kind of blouse is matched with a net saree or a lightweight saree.

  • Blouse Design: Black Sequin Blouse With Halter Neck
  • Fabric Used: Sequin
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Sheer Sarees, Printed and Textured Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Frames

13. Raw Silk Boat Neck Blouse Design:

Raw silk Boat neck blouse design

Raw silk gives shiny and attractive outlook which looks like a Kanchipuram silk material. Due to this grand look, the raw silk saree blouses are used during any festive or traditional occasion. Boat neck which covers the complete back which has shoulder straps slightly below the neck region giving a curved semi-circular shape which resembles a boat. A plain boat neck design adds beauty to a simple raw silk plain saree.

  • Blouse Design: Yellow 3/4th Sleeves Blouse With Boat Neck
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Woven Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Voluptuous bodies

14. Kutch Work Multicolored High Neck Blouse Design:

It is a traditional design started by the tribal folks. Cotton threads are used to crave the fabric which has the mirror at the centre glued to the cotton fabric and surrounded by cotton or silk thread forming various geometrical designs and motifs.

  • Blouse Design: Black Kutch Work Blouse With Short Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium or Small Busted Women

15. Piping with Patchwork Back Neck Design:

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To give a contrast color to the corners of the hand and neck designs came up with a unique design called pipping, where colours like black, red, blue or purple which give a bright contrast look from the blouse colour is stitched as thin border around the edges and material camouflages with the blouse and not exposing the stitches.

  • Blouse Design: Green and Pink Patchwork Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain, Printed and Textured Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Broad Framed Women

16. Golden Bead with Patchwork Blouse Design:

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Golden beads are a common decorative material used to highlight the edges of the blouse, but to make a difference from the usual pattern, designers tailored the blouse with patchwork contrast coloured material attached to the back part of the blouse with golden beads running around tailored patchwork material.

  • Blouse Design: Peach Blouse With Golden Patchwork Back
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk, Banaras Sarees
  • Can be Worn with: Banaras, Plain and Lace Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: All Body Types

17. Front and Back Neck Embroidery Blouse Design:

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The golden coloured blouse has become the most common and sold blouse which goes well with any coloured saree. This brocade material can b made more attractive by embroidery design with contrast thread and also with transparent material attached to the body and back part of the blouse material.

  • Blouse Design: Gold Collar Neck Blouse With Sheer Neck Panel
  • Fabric Used: Embroidered fabric
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Narrow, Athletic Frames

18. Front Zip Attached Blouse Design:

Instead of the usual button and hook system which has become monotonous, ladies have started using zip installed blouse either in the front or the back. The zip can be of contrast colour to the blouse of the same colour or even black coloured zip which is of good quality and durability.

  • Blouse Design: Orange High Neck Blouse With Front Zipper
  • Fabric Used: Poly Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite, Small Busted Women

19. Polka Dot Circular Peter Pan Collar Blouse Design:

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Polka dotted blouse is commonly used as a casual or a party wear blouse. To make it more jazzy and cool, designers came up with peter pan collared blouse with loose hanging design blouse which usually falls till the elbow level. The front body part follows the chest curvature due to the princess cut.

  • Blouse Design: Polka Dot Back Open Blouse With Peter Pan Collar
  • Fabric Used: Poly Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite, Small Busted Women

20. Backless Blouse Design:

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Backless design is the hottest and loved design by ladies because young girls and middle-aged ladies make feel sexy and appealing in a bunch of crowds. The back is connected with the line of, cloth material running around the back waist and neck region connecting to the front part of the blouse. This type of blouse is an open front design.

  • Blouse Design: Peach Color Backless Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Elastine Material
  • Can be Worn with: Plain and Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Bodies

21. Gota Patti Blouse Design:

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Gota Patti design which is typically originated from Rajasthan and now it has become famous all over India. The Patti which is usually the diamond or circular shape is glued on to the fabric and the edges of the Patti is highlighted by zari thread running around them and the fabric creating different motifs. Most common are the floral arrangement, branches of leaves.

  • Blouse Design: Black U neck with Gota Patti Work
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain and Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small and Medium busted women

22. Ready Made Round Neck Satin Blouse:

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The readymade neck is the saviour for any kind of emergency condition where time plays the main role. A situation like the sudden plan for a wedding or a party, picking up a readymade blouse which does not have any button attachment rather just wearing it over the head is the best part of it. The plain satin blouses can be decorated using beads, gems at home.

  • Blouse Design: Brown Round necked Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Velvet
  • Can be Worn with: Printed and textured sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium busted women

23. Pitai Designed Blouse:

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This is a classy artwork which is primarily a zardozi based work. The threads are beaten or pitai into a flat outlook and also gives a shiny appearance due to the zari thread. The zari thread can be combined with normal thread and carved into the pitai designed blouse. The circular shape is the most common pitai design.

  • Blouse Design: Green Bridal Embroidery Blouse With Elbow Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Pure Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Pattu Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: All Body types

24. Muggu Designed Blouse:

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Muggu work is also as rangoli design or kolam design according to the southern part of India. The back neck and the hands are designed into the rangoli design with dots at the centre. This geometrically designed blouse matches well with cotton or semi cotton gadwal saree.

  • Blouse Design: Maroon Muggu Embroidery blouse
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Cotton or Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: All Body types

25. Transparent Sleeve with Mirror Work Blouse:

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Transparent hands are popular among all age group women, due to its simple design, designers highlighted the plain transparent had with mirror work designed with beads surrounding the glass or glitters. This is the best wear for large events and night weddings.

  • Blouse Design: Silver Padded Blouse With Sheer Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer and Net
  • Can be Worn with: Chiffon Embroidery sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite and Athletic Body Types

26. Pattu Blouse with Kundan Work:

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Kundan stone design origins from Rajasthan. These stones have a dull finish yet gives a rich look. They come in a different colour which can be matched along with other beads or stones. These stones need precise work to fix onto the fabric which needs a lot of time. But still, kundan blouse has marked their place as a wedding design. The shiny pattu blouse with dull coloured Kundan stone is worth owning one.

  • Blouse Design: Gold Blouse With Kundan Work
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Silk Sarees, Party Wear Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: All Body Types

27. Silk Saree Blouse with Resham Work:

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Resham work is similar to embroidery designs, but the difference in resham work is the motifs used to create these designs depicts Mughal dynasty art. The designs can be created on the entire blouse along the sleeves too. Black thread stands out in a coloured blouse material.

  • Blouse Design: Off-White Resham Work Full Sleeves Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Raw silk
  • Can be Worn with: Plain matching or contrast coloured sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium bust with narrow shoulders

28. Zardosi Worked Blouse:

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Zardosi work has been originated from Iran and then got popular in other Asian countries like India, Central Asia. This type of design is created by metal which is designed into different motifs and design. Floral designs are the most popular design which is combined with thread and zari work.

  • Blouse Design: Purple and Gold Zardosi Work
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Pattu Sarees, Plain Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium busted Women

29. Uppada Pattu with Patchwork Sleeve Blouse:

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Uppada pattu silk saree is the most popular synthetic material which has gained interest during the wedding or any festive occasion. To give the Uppada saree blouse an attractive design, designers complimented the blouse with patchwork designs.

  • Blouse Design: Gold Silk Blouse With Cut Work Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Chiffons, Silk Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Broad Shouldered Women

30. Potli Button Row Back Opening High Neck Blouse:

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Potli button is the oldest design, yet this type of design is popular in this modern era. This button has a contrast colour to the blouse colour which makes it stand out and make it more attractive. The polti button is arranged in a row with hook attachment as a back open blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Light Green Back Open Blouse WithPotli Buttons
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Banaras, Heavy Textured Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Well-built, broad-backed women

31. Transparent Hand and Neck with Zari Work:

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See- through blouse has gained its place in the fashion industry. After its popularity among Bollywood actress, it has become the most worn blouse design among youngsters. The sleeves and the neck design is transparent sheer material attached to the body part of the lined blouse. To highlight the transparent material zari design is added. The design can be of floral motifs or random line design running along with the sleeve and neck design.

  • Blouse Design: Navy Blue Deep Front Neck With Sheer Panel Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer and Net
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Netted Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted Women

32. Velvet Blouse Back and Sleeve Design:

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Velvet blouses itself gives a grand outlook when combined along with synthetic silk saree or Pattu saree. But plain blouse always gets monotonous. Thus designers came up with beadwork or glossy material glued to the sleeves and neck region and along the lower back waist region. To give a stiff outlook, Dori attachment is seen on the back upper part of the blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Black Velvet Blouse With Mirror Work
  • Fabric Used: Velvet
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Georgette Sarees, Printed Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted Women

33. Triangular Back Neck Designed Blouse:

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Square and round neck are the oldest yet a most preferred neckline for the blouse. In this trendy world, designers have come up with other new neckline design for blouse one such design is Triangular neckline as the back neckline for the blouse. This type of blouse is a back open blouse. The blouse can be created without any design but women like to make it more attractive which is made from bead and stone work running around the neckline.

  • Blouse Design: Red Blouse WithEmbellished Triangle Back Neckline
  • Fabric Used: Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Heavy Netted Sarees, Brasso and Georgettes
  • Suitable Body Type: Broad Frames

34. Jewel Attached Blouse Design:

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Stones, beads, and pearls decorative material has been the routine decorative material used to design blouse. To that list is the jewel attachment which is usually attached at the back neckline decoration. The most used jewel piece is the chain. The chain is made from Kundan stone or beads which hang on the neckline and covers the back neck region when worn with the front opening system.

  • Blouse Design: Cream and Gold Deep Neck Blouse With Added Chain
  • Fabric Used: Banaras
  • Can be Worn with: Plain sarees, light embroidery sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Broad Shouldered women

35. Plain Deep Back Neck with Tassel Design:

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Blouse with dori attachment is the most commonly seen blouse design nowadays. This dori not only showcases as a fashion design but also acts as the material which makes the blouse stand onto the shoulder without the risk of slipping away. To make the thread more attractive tassel is attached on the end of the thread. These tassels are a bunch of thread joined into one bunch of thread seen commonly on the edges of the saree around the hem lining.

  • Blouse Design: Black Deep Neck Sleeveless Blouse With Dori
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Netted Sarees, Slinky Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

36. Contemporary Back Neck Designed with Straps:

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As the name suggests Contemporary design brings us to think about creative designers work, yes it is indeed a creative design seen on the back neckline. Instead of the plain waist strap, a band of straps is seen running around the back neck region with a front opening design. The Strap has given the priority; thus the colour of these strapline is different and has a glittery outlook. This blouse can be long like a shirt or as a normal blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Heavy Designer Blouse With Back Fringes
  • Fabric Used: Heavy Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Light Chiffons, Flowing Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Broad Frames

37. Netted Button Row Back Neck Sleeveless Blouse:

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This type of blouse comes under patchwork design seen on the back of the blouse. The patchwork material made from lace material which is attached to the lined body part of the blouse. To the patchwork material, the potli button is attached on the side of the blouse with small thread attached on another side which helps to button up.

  • Blouse Design: Navy Blue Sleeveless Blouse With Netted Button Panel
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Flowing, lightweight sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic figures

38. Air Hostess Neck with Heavy Design Blouse:

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Air hostess neck popular design among air hostess which later became popular as a non-air hostess design, in this design the centre of the back neckline is cropped with the running button attached on the lower waist region of the back side of the blouse or a front opening hook attached blouse. The neckline is made attractive by embroidery work or thread work design. This type of design brings out an elegant dressing statement.

  • Blouse Design: Bottle Green Boat Neck Blouse With Deep Back
  • Fabric Used: Raw Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Raw silk sarees, Linens, Light embroidery works
  • Suitable Body Type: Slim and Petite figures

39. Crystal Studded Blouse Design:

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The crystal-studded blouse is a typical party wear blouse. The glowing crystal gives a colourful aura during a happening party. The neckline can be high neck or deep neck with interlacing crystal attached to the fabric. This type of design goes well with chiffon or georgette saree which are typically party wear saree and also net saree which leads the chart.

  • Blouse Design: Light Blue Crystal Work Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Chiffons, Georgettes and Flowing Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite figures

40. Multi-coloured Wave Pattern Blouse:

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Multicolour blouses are matched with plain single coloured saree. To give the blouse more attractive look the neck and sleeves are giving the piping design with patchwork material attached on the front body region. The wavy patchwork has a contrast colour to the golden brocade blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Butterfly Bust Patch Work Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Flowing, See through sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted Women

41. Shirt Blouse Design:

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Shirt blouse design portraits an ethnic look. The shirt material typically used is zardozi worked material or brocade material with Kundan work. This design is copied here to create this design with full sleeve. The shirt blouse has front opening hook system which is attached on the inner side of the shirt which gives a neat finish. This shirt design is combined with a plain saree or with jute saree.

  • Blouse Design: Brocade Shirt Style Blouse With Zardosi Work
  • Fabric Used: Brocade
  • Can be Worn with: Light Weight Cotton or Chiffon Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Curvy Women

42. Plain Blouse with Designed Cup:

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This blouse was popular in the Bollywood film industry which attracted our beautiful ladies to make a change from the usually designed blouse. In this design, the cup of the blouse is designed with contrast coloured material which has stone worked or embroidery work on it with pad fixed in between the material and stitched which is then joined with back and the front part of the blouse

  • Blouse Design: Maroon and Silver Sweetheart Neck Front Open Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Velvet and Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Lightweight, flowing sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small busted women

43. Spaghetti Strap Blouse Design:

This is a lightweight blouse with an attractive shoulder strap. The shoulder strap is made from the thin strap of crystal string or Kundan worked string attached to the front and back part of the blouse. This thin linen strap is called as the spaghetti strap.

  • Blouse Design: Criss Cross Woven Blouse With Spaghetti Straps
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Net, Georgette, Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Bodies

44. Corset Blouse:

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Corset a body sharper used most commonly by women to flaunt their curvy body shape. The corset is a fit fitting clothing accessory. Corset which is usually not exposed since the dresses are worn on top of it. Later corset design is now used to design blouse which has body-hugging fit. This blouse has a back open pattern with or without the shoulder strap.

  • Blouse Design: Red and Gold Banarasi Corset Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Banaras
  • Can be Worn with: Bandhani sarees, Chiffons and Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Bodies

45. Embroidered Patchwork Neck Blouse:

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Patchwork blouse is the common design which is comparatively less in cost than other worked blouse like Kundan, zardozi blouse. The patchwork material has a contrast-coloured material to the blouse. The material can be highlighted with embroidery design with a centre stone which is seen in the back part of the blouse. The sleeve can be highlighted with lace or piping pattern.

  • Blouse Design: Pink Blouse With Patchwork On Back
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Cotton Sarees, Silk or Organzas
  • Suitable Body Type: All Body Types

46. Slitted Back Neck  Blouse:

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The slitted neck design is one of the simply designed blouses yet most appealing when worn. The slit is made in the centre of the back part of the blouse with the button attached on the top back of the blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Orange High Neck With Back Slit
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Light Silk Sarees, Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Slim Bodies

47. Plain Front Open Jute Blouse:

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Jute blouse gives a rich look most popular in the northern part of India. The jute material gives a stiff finish with front open button system. The blouse is made with a simple neckline without any dori or stone work. This plain blouse is matched with a crepe saree.

  • Blouse Design: Black Jute Front Open Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Jute
  • Can be Worn with: Linens, Chiffons and Crepe Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted Women

48. Off Shoulder Designer Blouse:

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The shoulder strap falls down the shoulder region with the back open pattern. This off shoulder blouse can be made from a sequinned material or only the fall shoulder can be made from transparent sheer material attached to the lined blouse. This type of blouse is used as a party wear.

  • Blouse Design: Cream Off Shoulder Embellished Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Chiffon or Net Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted, Athletic Women

49. Asymmetrical Blouse:

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Asymmetrical blouse or single shoulder blouse is a good response to the trendy era. This type of blouse lacks one side shoulder strap with the sleeve. The other side can be made sleeveless or a full hand sleeve. The back part of the blouse is decorated with glittery stone or zardozi work.

  • Blouse Design: Embellished One Shoulder Asymmetric Cut Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Net and Chiffon Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

50. Teardrop Designed Blouse:

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The back neck pattern of these blouse replicates the shape of the tear drop. This shape gives a wide open back neck form. The buttoning system is seen on the upper back neck region along with the collar. This kind of blouse is made without sleeves and has a closed neck.

  • Blouse Design: Printed High Neck Blouse With Tear Drop Back
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: PlainNet and Chiffon Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite and Broad Shoulder Frames

51. Fancy Embroidery Blue Blouse:

While you are looking for blouse neck designs, the very first one here features a blue full sleeved blouse, with golden embellishments halfway through. The rest of the blouse here as you see has floral designs running all over. Blue and golden have been quite the combination since ages now. They not only look gorgeous together, but also give the blouse a perfectly chic look.

  • Blouse Design: HeavyNavy BlueEmbroidery Collared Full Sleeves Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Net, Georgette and Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Women With Small Busts

52. Matching Saree Material Blouse:

Actress Vaani Kapoor is looking stunning here isn’t she with the whole saree matches blouse thing. She is wearing a steel grey color full sleeved blouse, which is quite a scene in itself as well. This blouse here can be worn to big celebrations or wedding invitations alike with designer sarees.

  • Blouse Design: Steel Grey Full Sleeves Padded Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Chiffons and Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Women With Small Busts

53. High collar Halter Neck Blouse:

Just when you though halter necks were out of fashion, here’s one with a twist. This blouse has a high collar alongside the halter neck, thus bringing together contemporary and urbane styles. Anyone who loves experimenting will fancy the look of the blouse right away.

  • Blouse Design: Red Halter Neck BlouseWith Front Collar
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Shimmer Sarees and Flowing Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

54. Sheer Backless Blouse:

Any confident woman cannot get enough of this blouse design. It is transparent all in all, thus leaving your skin just as covered as you want, while allowing you to tease the eyes around you. Ideal for date nights or an uncommon party, this will get those tongues talking about you right away.

  • Blouse Design: Light Blue Deep U Back Open Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Light weight chiffon sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

55. Sheer Neck Blouse:

This next one here has a high collar, while the neck area is sheer material. This is a good choice for glamorous parties that involve a lot of style statement at the first place. The saree choice for this blouse most certainly has to be designer or lace ones, so that the blouse draws just as much of the attention.

  • Blouse Design: Black Bustier Blouse With Sheer Neck Panel
  • Fabric Used: Net, Velvet
  • Can be Worn with: Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

56. Backless Blouse with Latkans:

This blouse neck model is completely backless, except the few latkans that put the blouse together and in place. While you need to be cautious when sporting this blouse, it won’t be fun if you aren’t open to experimenting now, would it? You can wear this blouse to friendly invitations, but do make sure you don’t move around too much, since you don’t want to risk a wardrobe malfunction

  • Blouse Design: Netted Backless Blouse With Tassel Dori
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Georgettes, Chiffons and Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic, well Toned Women

57. Full-Length Blouse:

Here we see a full sleeved black blouse. More in the style of a jacket, the blouse features and intricate thread work all in golden and some in white. This not only enhances the overall appearance but owing to the front designs, makes the blouse suitable only with net sarees.

  • Blouse Design: Heavy Embroidery Shirt Style Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Poly Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Crepe Sarees, Nets and Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted Women

58. Back Embellishment Blouse:

Most certainly this blouse has a definitive charm with the whole velvet thing. Apart from that, the blouse also features a series of well stoned strings. The saree as you can see is the same as the blouse and the design of the blouse here is high neck.

  • Blouse Design: Maroon Heavy Stone Work Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Bridal Sarees and Lehengas
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Bodies

59. Full Sleeved Backless Blouse:

Backless Blouses usually aren’t full sleeved, but here you see it suits the wearer just fine. So the next time you don’t want to experiment with this blouse, think again. The blouse is red and has golden embellishments all around to boast of.

  • Blouse Design: Coral Red Boat Neck Blouse With Mega Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Net
  • Can be Worn with: Cocktail Net Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Bodies

60. Heavy Work Bridal Blouse:

This is one of the latest blouse neck designs from the bridal collection. It is all in velvet and has silver stones embedded all over. Although worn here as a lehenga top, it can suit a saree equally well. Try for yourself and you’ll see.

  • Blouse Design: Velvet Blouse With Silver Embroidery
  • Fabric Used: Velvet
  • Can be Worn with: Bridal Sarees, Georgettes
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted Women

61. High Neck Velvet Blouse:

Another in the velvet list, this high neck blouse is basic in itself, but the velvet brings in the gloss. There is a deep slit, which will suit women who want to flaunt their toned body. You can wear this blouse best with designer sarees.

  • Blouse Design: Black High Neck Blouse With Deep V Cut
  • Fabric Used: Chinon
  • Can be Worn with: Flowing, Lightweight Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Long Neck and Broad Shouldered Women

62. Boat Neck Backless Blouse:

What we see here is a new blouse design that has Sonam Kapoor wearing a boat neck blouse. While the boat neck has been around a while now, the backless rendition is rather new. To be precise, this blouse is best worn with simple cotton sarees.

  • Blouse Design: Designer Boat neck blouse In Backless Style
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer and Crepe
  • Can be Worn with: Light Floral Lace or Printed Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Bodies

63. Multicolored Blouse Design:

If you have a singular colored saree, nothing will suit your style better than this brocade blouse, that features almost all the basic colors. The style is more Gujarati, but the border and lace makes it look more modern. This style is being chosen by many these days.

  • Blouse Design: Multicolor Brocade Blouse With Princess Cut
  • Fabric Used: Brocade
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Chiffons, Nets and Georgettes
  • Suitable Body Type: Small or Medium Busted Women

64. Mirror Blouse Design:

Look at the beauty of the mirror style blouse here. Just when you thought the days or mirrors on clothes are over, the fashion designers have started featuring this style in many shows and commoners are choosing this style all over again with equally welcoming hands.

  • Blouse Design: White Mirror Work Back Open Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Light Chiffons, Georgettes and Net
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted Women

65. Full Coverage Bra Cup Style Blouse Design:

When you see this blouses neck design here first, it might seem like a bra with net designs below, but it is essentially a bra style blouse. The whole design under makes it look even better and safe to say, for random parties with friends, this blouse is one of your best choice.

  • Blouse Design: Black Bra style Blouse With Lace Trimming
  • Fabric Used: Lace
  • Can be Worn with: Net, Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted, Athletic Women

66. Padded Blouse Design:

If you are not comfortable with the whole seams thing or want to make your breasts look fuller in a saree, here is a blouse that has pads to make your breasts look even more toned. The blouse is heavily padded and the gorgeous red color gives it even more reasons to be chosen as a favorite.

  • Blouse Design: Red Padded Bustier Style Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Light weight sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small Busted, Athletic Women

67. Low Neck Blouse:

Among blouse neck designs, this is probably your boldest choice on this list. This blouse is for women who are fond of net sarees and keep a toned figure for the same. To keep all eyes on you and be the talk of the town for the chic person that you are, this low cut blouse is your easy move.

  • Blouse Design: Black Sleeveless Blouse With Plunging Neckline
  • Fabric Used: Crepe
  • Can be Worn with: Net Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Heavy Busted Women

68. Short Jacket Sleeve Blouse:

Notice how the saree borders and the blouse sleeves have the same design, while that makes the sleeves look more like a jacket. The blouse is a smart move for women who have found a same lace as the saree but don’t know just how to use it wisely on a plain blouse.

  • Blouse Design: Jacket Style Sweet Heart Neck Blouse With Heavy Work
  • Fabric Used: Raw Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Light weight Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium busted women with broad frames

69. Striped Blouse Design:

The blouse has pink stripes on a golden background and is very ethnic. It can be worn with silk or cotton sarees and is right from small family gatherings or basic festivals.

  • Blouse Design: Cream and Pink Patchwork Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Cotton Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Small busted women

70. Modern Choli Style Blouse:

The Rajasthani Choli has been brought back here with a modern touch as you see in the back. The front style is almost the same, but the back has cuts and slits all over thus making it a suitable wear for designer wears.

  • Blouse Design: Kutch Work Halter Neck Designer Choli
  • Fabric Used: Cotton
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Chiffons, Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

71. Wrap Up Back Hook Blouse Design:

The blouse here has a back hook, the first on this list, and has a wrap up design, made of two very soothing colors, the peach and orange. It looks complementing and eye catching at the same time and the perfect saree to be worn for the same is an orange plain one. The choices can be made among synthetic, chiffon, georgette and cotton. Silk sarees aren’t exactly the option you should prefer here.

  • Blouse Design: Orange and Peach Wrap up Style Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Net or Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Athletic Women

72. Red Full Sleeved Complementing Blouse:

The blouse neck pattern you see here is unique in every sense and has nothing common to share with the saree expect the sleeve colors and the saree borders. While it might not look like your best option, but a full sleeved blouse is always a best choice to add more ethnic flavors to your saree. You can wear this out for small family functions and events.

Blouse Design: Maroon and Gold Shimmer Full Sleeves Blouse

Fabric Used: Crepe and Shimmer

Can be Worn with: Plain Crepe Sarees

Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted Women

73. Strapless Blouse Design:

The strapless blouse you see here was once restricted to only film stars and celebrities who did not have to worry about the stares from commoners. But these days, with the modernization, women have advanced and choose this design and carry it out with equal confidence as their choice.

  • Blouse Design: Black plain strapless Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Elastane
  • Can be Worn with: Heavy Georgettes, Brocade Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted, Athletic Women

74. Off Shoulder Blouse:

Another common choice of neck designs for blouses, your tailor won’t be surprised if you take this design to him. It is quite the rage in the fashion industry right now and the off shoulder thing works well with non pleated sarees of all materials, from designer to lace and even the usual silk and cotton.

  • Blouse Design: Grey Off shoulder Printed Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Georgette
  • Can be Worn with: Printed Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Frames

75. Blouse with Additional Embellishments:

The blouse neck pattern you see here has beautiful embellishments to brag of, and it looks good with the overall design as well. It has blue stones and silver ones surrounding it to give a floral look on the whole blouse. The saree to be worn with this blouse is ideally a designer one.

  • Blouse Design: Gold Shimmer Blouse With Attached Body Chains
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Plain Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Frames

See More: Saree Blouse Neck Designs

76. Broad Necked Blouse:

The U shaped blouse here has been modified for a broader necked look. You can also see a high neck collar, and these blouses are more commonly known as the air hostess type blouse. It has been popular for quite a while now.

  • Blouse Design: Banaras Princess Cut Blouse With High Neck
  • Fabric Used: Banaras
  • Can be Worn with: Plain and light weight chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Medium Busted Women

77. Glittering Blouse Design:

This blouse is the best choice for you if you have a party to attend but your saree is very gorgeous. The blouse in itself is shiny as well, but makes sure it isn’t too out of the mark, drawing all the attention to it while making the saree look basic.

  • Blouse Design: Black Sequin Three Point Neck Blouse
  • Fabric Used: Sequin
  • Can be Worn with: Net, Chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Petite Women

See More: Blouse Neck Designs For Net Sarees

78. Spaghetti Strap With Stones Design:

The spaghetti straps are a common thing right now, but the whole stones on it thing makes it a new trend, and it was brought about by none other than the leading Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif. The blouse she is seen wearing here is a pink one with silver stones on it.

  • Blouse Design: Pink Deep Neck Blouse With Stone Spaghetti straps
  • Fabric Used: Shimmer
  • Can be Worn with: Light embroidered chiffons
  • Suitable Body Type: Small busted, Athletic Women

79. Corset Style Halter Neck:

Yes, you guessed it right. Two styles have been combined here well to bring out the very best in the blouse. The corset style is a traditional old school trend, while the halter neck is a new one. When you combine the two, you get an even newer look that most people will compliment you about.

  • Blouse Design: Heavy Embroidered Corset Style blouse
  • Fabric Used: Embroidered fabric
  • Can be Worn with: Light Chiffons and Nets
  • Suitable Body Type: Small busted, Athletic Women

80. Loose Sleeves Design:

If you are bored of the usual well fit clothes, it’s time for a change. Our concluding blouse style here has loose sleeves to give you an unkempt look, but in style that you can flaunt well in the crowd.

  • Blouse Design: Embroidered Blouse With Baggy Style Sleeves
  • Fabric Used: Cotton Silk
  • Can be Worn with: Silks, Cottons and Plain Sarees
  • Suitable Body Type: Voluptuous Women

The factors involved in a bringing a gorgeous and marvellous looking blouse are neck design which involves both front and back of the blouse, the material used to design the blouse and the cutting pattern of the blouse. But as a rule of thumb, a heavily designed saree is always matched with a simply designed blouse and simple saree with a heavily designed blouse.

Different Blouse designs

Glamorous is what you want to look and we are sure that you have taken your pick from these 80 blouse designs by now. These days a lot of the attention goes into the saree that you decide to wear but doesn’t mean the blouse itself doesn’t add to the beauty. After all, ask any woman and they will prove equally well that a saree isn’t even halfway what it is without a perfect blouse to go by. So the next time you need to make a run to your tailor, take along one of these designs to make your wardrobe change with the ongoing trend.

Ladies its time to grab a synthetic see and match along with an interlacing crystal studded blouse for the upcoming party. It’s party time on your charts!!