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The Perfect Blouse Cuts to Wear With Saris in Summer

The Perfect Blouse Cuts to Wear With Saris in Summer

 Want to break away from the typical shorts this summer and looking to dabble into something comfortably ethnic? What about sarees? The classy drape is usually stacked for cooler seasons but you can also flaunt it in the warmer months, provided you know the right blouse cuts. In fact, the modern fashion scene is bustling with a bevy of trendy blouse patterns especially meant for the humid season. Can’t wait to check out these inspiring summer cuts? Well, the post below offers 5 perfect blouse cuts to wear with saris this sunny season.

 Sweetheart blouse cut

 Summer is all for stylish wide open cuts to ensure a breezy fashion statement. Sweetheart's neck is a wonderful option here as it features a broader neck cut so that you are not suffocated with too much cloth on your décolletage. You can sport the style with a covered back or else the deep back style would be perfect for the summer months. If you want a dressy look, sew in those gorgeous “latkans” at the back. Interestingly, the particular blouse cut is getting increasingly popular among celebrity brides & bridesmaids today. So, if you have your bestie’s coming up this season, try out the sweetheart neck blouse for the beautiful drape you have got for the reception party.

 It’s to note here that the sweetheart cut is meant to accentuate the bosom. So, the style would be ideal for those on the leaner side or those blessed with the perfect bust.

 Off-shoulder blouse cut

 Off-shoulder blouse cuts are for those urbane divas who would love to have a bold Western twist to their ethnic style statement. Inspired by the cool strapless tops and dresses, the experimental Indian fashion designers have been successfully incorporating this chic style with B-town beauties. Remember how a certain actress soared the temperatures with her classy strapless blouse in yet another actress’s wedding?

 The off-shoulder cut would be great for those with amazingly toned bodies. These blouses are just the thing to flaunt your shaped arms and collar bones in the perfect panache.

 One-shoulder blouse cut

 One-shoulder blouse cut is just the ethnic version of the one-shoulder dresses and tops that have been a favorite in the fashion world for quite some time now. It’s trendy, attractive and is great when you don’t want to go completely off-shoulder. Try out this style for the upcoming cocktail party or the bachelorette fun you have planned for your sister the next month. These blouses would be a lovely pair with chiffon and georgette sarees.

 Keyhole cut blouse

 The actual magic of the cut lies at the back of the blouse where the backline is carefully tailored to form a distinct keyhole image. The cut will come down in a teardrop shape from the top to the base, creating a hollow in the middle. The split ends from two sides would be secured at the top with one single button or hook. If you want to add a larger-than-life statement, add an elaborate bow at top. However, the bow would be good especially raw silk or chiffon fabrics that are light and flowing. If you are using fabrics like cotton or if it’s a heavily embroidered blouse, a nice hook would be great. You can further add a touch of glam to the overall cut by pinning your grandma’s classy brooch on the buttoned split ends. This blouse style would look good on any shape and figure.

 Deep back knotted cut

 The darling of the ’70s, a knotted blouse is back in fashion once again and that too with aplomb. However, the modern version sports a deeper backline and the knot creates the desired drama at the lowered base. It’s perfectly classy and would be awesome if you are proud of your gorgeous back. You can try the blouse cut with a good lot of fabrics. However, try to avoid it cotton as the fabric is not exactly suited for knots. Chiffon, Kerala Cotton Sarees, silk saree, cotton silk saree with designer blouse, georgette and crepe are the perfect fabric for a mind-blowing deep back knotted blouse cut.

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