Gorgeous Brides Who Rocked Their Wedding Outfit With Pretty Blouse Designs

Every wedding season comes with new wedding fashion trends. Here is a quick tour through pretty blouse designs of beautiful brides.


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Gorgeous Brides Who Rocked Their Wedding Outfit With Pretty Blouse Designs

If you are in your late 20s, you know how social media has been for you since 2019. Every day, you are bombarded with the news of your friends getting married or someone you know has tied the knot or people attending weddings. The first thing you notice amidst all these wedding updates is what a bride is wearing for all the occasions! And not just this, we all love to save pictures of the looks and outfits we loved and we all have subconsciously compared every bridal look we have seen this wedding season.

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While it is easy to compare other’s outfits, it gets a lot difficult to choose one outfit and design when you are the bride or know someone, who is getting married. It gets so important to stay abreast with all the latest trends and all the little details happening in the wedding industry. It gets difficult to choose an outfit, on top of it, you have to go through a lot of hurdles to decide the blouse design! What if you have a quick guide for the trendy blouses that real brides rocked in 2019 and 2020? Won’t that be great? Yes! We hear a yes! Here are the pretty blouses that we spotted on real brides in 2019 and 2020.  

#1. Velvet Blouse

Velvet Blouse on real brides

Image source: FacestoriesbyLeenaBhushan, Glamtheorybygarima

Velvet designs have been a great trend this wedding season for so many reasons. They give a rich look to the outfit, the fabric is thick enough to keep you warm, and there are so many ways you can style them. You can easily find the embroidered velvet fabric or plain velvet fabric. You can decide on the handwork to make your blouse more interesting.

#2. Cold-Shoulder Blouse

Cold Shoulder on real brides

Image source: Shadesphotographyindia, Guneetvirdhimua

Cold shoulder blouses are your fix if you want to go sleeveless, but your in-laws won’t agree! We know as a bride you have to take care of your in-laws' feeling too. God bless the person, who invented cold-shoulder to help you deal with such a messy situation. Cold-shoulder sleeves look great on any fabric or work, adding grace to your outfit.

#3. Off-Shoulder Blouse

Off shoulder on real brides
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Off-shoulder blouses look gorgeous, no matter what. It gives you enough space to flaunt your neckpieces and maintain the balance which is very important on your D-day. If you feel you are comfortable donning the off-shoulder blouse then you must go for it. Make sure the fitting of your outfit is perfect to the T.

#4. The Kareena Kapoor’s Veere Di Wedding Lehenga Inspired Blouse

Veere di wedding inspired brides

Image source: Guneetvirdhimua, Priyanka Karki

Didn’t we all loved Kareena Kapoor’s wedding look from film Veere Di Wedding? We spotted real brides trying the same blouse design for their wedding day! The fringes, the deep neckline, and the broad off-shoulder, make for a perfect blouse.

#5. Bralette Blouse

Bralette blouse on real brides

Image source: Bridesofsabyasachi, Sonaakshi Raaj

The bralette blouses have turned out to be a huge trend this wedding season. It gives an extensively intricate look to the outfit, adding to the feel good factor. You can go for embellished work fabric or net or organza to make a beautiful bralette blouse.

#6. Floral Blouse

floral blouse bride

Image source: Sanya Dawar, Natasha Moor

The floral prints and fabrics always make your outfit look breezy and beautiful. You can choose from halter neck, to bralette look, to cut-work or whatever design you like because florals can work on everyone.

#7. Embellished Blouse

Embellished blouse on real brides

Image source: Deepika Ghose, facestoriesbyLeenaBhushan

Embellished blouses, add a dainty touch to the overall outfit. You can go for nude shades or floral touches to make your outfit stand out. If you wish to look no less than a luxury, then you must go for one heavy embellished blouse.

#8. Fringes Around

Fringes on blouse

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To look a little more delicate and a lot more stylish, you can always add fringes and tassels to your outfit. It goes well with embellished or cutwork blouse. And not just this, you can use it on sleeves, neckline or on the belt area of the blouse. If heavy fringes do not work for you, you can go for the small ones to add some details.

#9. Bustier Blouse

Bustier blouse

Image source: Ritika Kadam

After bralettes, another new trend that we spotted was bustier. Bustiers are more like a tube top which sticks to your bust area. If you are not too comfortable with the idea, you can always add straps to it or can also add a short or long jacket to complete the look without being awkward.

#10. Hand-Embroidered Blouse

Hand embroidery blouse

Image source: Shadesphotographyindia, Guneetvirdhimua

Hand embroidery can never go out of fashion when it comes to wedding fashion tales. You can always find beautiful hand embroidered pieces in market that can work great for your wedding outfit. Sweetheart neck looks great with these kinds of blouses.

#11. Mukaish Blouse

Mukaish Blouse

Image source: Thebridesofindia, Juhi Godame

Mukaish work always looks elegant and highlights the outfit. The silver or golden mukaish work can always enhance your outfit and works great with every color option. You can either go for a short blouse or a noodle-strapped bralette or a tradiotional blouse with mukaish work fabric. 

#12. Choli Cut Blouse

Choli cut blouse

Image source: FacestoriesbyLeenaBhushan, Ritika Kadam

The choli cut blouse came back in trend with famous designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee and since then brides cannot stop themselves from adding this design to their bridal look. It accentuates your bust area making the outfit look regal.

#13. Sequence Blouse

Sequence work blouse

Image source: Ritika Kadam

Sequence works adds the glitters and bling to your outfit making you shine all the way. Sequence work can be a little tricky to manage because there needs to be a balanced use of it, else it can ruin your look. You can always team up your sequence blouse with a plain saree.

#14. Ruffled Sleeves

Ruffled sleeves blouse

Image Source: Ritika Kadam

Ruffled sleeves give you more princess kind of vibes, owing to all the drama it adds to the outfit. You can either use organza or net to make soft ruffle look or some thick shimmery fabric to make a statement outfit.

Also Read: 9 Gorgeous Sleeves Styles For Brides To Make Their Blouse Fashionable

#15. Dori On The Back

Dori blouse

Image source: Juhi Godambe, Ritika Kadam

The back design of the blouse is as important as the front. If you are comfortable flaunting your back and want to bring the sexy back, then you can definitely go for doris on the back. The doris make the back look surreal. 

#16. Cut Work Back

Cut work blouse

Image source: Ritika Kadam

Cut work design is in trend again and can be found on sarees to lehengas to blouses. It gives an asymmetrical look to the outfit and makes it look raw and beautiful. The uneven borders make your blouse look more intricate and delicate.

#17. Sculpted Back

Sculpted blouse

Image source: Ritika Kadam

Go a little extravaganza with the back of your blouse with the sculpted neck and shoulder design. The elevated puff designs will make you stand out and look no-less-than a delicate flower.

For every bride, it is important to look her best on every occasion, and thus it takes a lot of efforts to brainstorm the entire look and visit every boutique in your vicinity. Do not forget to add these gorgeous blouse designs donned by real brides into your wedding outfits.

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