22 bridal blouse designs for this wedding season

Amongst your bridal ensemble, your bridal blouse is an important part. An ill-fitted blouse design is enough to break your bridal look, you surely wouldn’t want to spoil your wedding pictures just for a blouse, right? So, be it your wedding saree or lehenga, here are some latest blouse designs for 2020 that you can sport from your mehndi till your post-wedding celebrations.

  1. Choli cut blouse

This bridal blouse design is absolutely charismatic and is often paired up with a heavily embellished blouse and looks perfect on a bride.

  1. Plunged neckline

You might not be comfortable with a plunging neckline blouse design, but if you are, then this definitely is one of your options. Blouse design with a plunging neckline definitely looks ravishing.

  1. Boat neck bridal blouse

Making a comeback, boat neck bridal blouses are turning into a current favorite. A boat neck bridal blouse is sure to keep your bridal look simple yet stylish.

  1. One-shoulder sequined blouse

How about trying a one-shoulder lehenga blouse for your mehndi or sangeet? One-shoulder dresses are lovely, add a bit of sparkle to shine.

  1. Inverted V-shaped hemline

V-neck blouses are common but how about an inverted v-shaped hemline. Keep the rest of the design minimal and turn all eyes towards you.

  1. Designer blouse with tassels

This design has been a trend in suits, but it is a trendy lehenga blouse design today. Be it metal or plastic, tassels are placed in close proximity and give a fancy look.

  1. Embroidered blouse design

Embroidered blouses have always been in fashion. What is special is the whole bridal entry on doli is embroidered on it and we just can’t get over this captivating piece.

  1. Criss-cross designer blouse

Apt with a saree, this criss-cross backless blouse back design looks stylish and fun.

  1. Sunset blouse design

Great with Kanjivaram sarees, sunset blouse design with gold add ons is ethnic and looks splendid on brides-to-be.

  1. Buttoned up simple blouse design

Simple and elegant, this bridal blouse design is completely buttoned up covering the entire back and the fabric is embroidered till perfection.

  1. Backless bridal blouse design

The ever stunning and the evergreen backless bridal blouse design is sexy and stunning at the same time. Add latkans, doris, tassels to increase the dazzle.

  1. Oversized latkan

For a fun and quirky bridal look, add oversized latkans to your bridal blouse design. Not a backless blouse exactly but the cute oversized latkans give a very adorable look.

  1. Key-hole back blouse design

A key-hole back blouse design keeps your look easy and simple yet makes you look stunning.

  1. Sheer back blouse design

This is a super trendy back blouse design for a fashionable look. Pair this up with a handloom or designer saree.

  1. Blouse design with puffed sleeves

A patent of Bengali brides, puffed sleeve blouses look ethnic and can be carried in any occasion.

  1. Belted blouse design

Everyone might not be able to carry this blouse design but choose this to make a style statement. Belted blouse designs are in fashion and are absolutely stunning.

  1. Cape sleeved blouse design

Apt in any season, cape sleeved blouse design is cool and comfy and suggested for brides who wish to sport a very heavy top.

  1. Full sleeved blouse design

With sheer embellishment all over the sleeves, a full sleeve designer blouse is a great choice if you want a deep neck, yet less revealing.

  1. Ruffled sleeve blouse design

If you want fancy blouse designs, nothing can beat a shimmery blouse with ruffled sleeves.

  1. High neck crystallized blouse design

This wedding season if you wish to create your own style statement, a high neck blouse with crystallized borders would be the perfect choice.

  1. Ruffled neck blouse design

You are sure to fall for this blouse design for its elegant embellishments and ruffled details on the neck and sleeves.

  1. All tie-up blouse design

Bring out the diva in you with a three-tier blouse design. Go for large latkans instead of doris if you don’t want a strap.

RJ Frometa
Author: RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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