India is one country that produces a range of silks. There are Tussar, Eri, munga, and of course, the soft mulberry silks. Along with these, there is raw or ahimsa silk to choose from.
The warmth and shimmer of silk make it the ideal fabric for winter. Given the fact that winter is the only season in India when we do not suffer from high humidity, silk sarees are ideal for the Indian winter. Come winter and every Indian woman’s wardrobe gets a makeover. Silk sarees are a status symbol as every socialite decides to attend sarees, and functions wearing them.
Let’s Take a Look at Designer Blouse Collection
Silk has always been synonymous with grace and charm. However, the shimmer of silk is lost out unless paired well with an equally gorgeous designer blouse. The blouse design needs to be given special attention especially when you have a gold or silver-bordered silk sari, or full-bodied silk with zardozi, or Kundan work. Woven silk with a meenakari border to demand the right designer blouse to bring out the richness of the silk.
If you have a plain silk saree in a deep, velvety hue, team it up with a sequined, gold tissue designer blouse like the one featured here. It has stone and beadwork on the border of the armhole and a deep U-neck at the back. The richness of your saree will be enhanced with this exquisite blouse design!
1. Multi-colored Brocade Designer Blouses
These amazing multi-colored brocade designer blouses with a deep neck and Dori can be teamed up with any brocade or net saree that has a touch of gold in its border or motifs. Of course, a pink brocade sari would work best with this blouse.
2. Red Blouse
This traditional red Bengal silk and brocade blouse would look good with any crepe or silk sari that is in a combination of white and red. A solid color would be ideal to get this pretty blouse design noticed.
3. White and Gold Brocade Designer Blouse
This white and gold brocade designer blouse with beautiful stonework is best teamed with an off-white chiffon saree. Such blouse designs work best for any occasion. Be it a wedding or even a formal social occasion.
4. Black Silk Blouse
Team up a flower-powered black saree with this embroidered black Bengal silk blouse. The petit-point embroidery and a fashionable cut are aimed to give you a smart look. These pretty designer blouses can also be worn with bold black chiffon sarees, brocade, georgette, or silk sarees.
5. Gold Designer Blouse
This gold designer blouse with delicately embroidered sleeves can be teamed up with a dazzling golden saree. Select a net, silk, tissue, brocade, chiffon, or georgette saree and you are ready to walk the ramp! Let your blouse designs do all the talking ladies!