By Mamta Roy Last Updated:
Indian women have always been passionate about designer blouses. Call it a cherry on the cake for traditional outfits, but blouses have always played a significant role in making or breaking your look. Whether a saree or a lehenga, an eye-catching choli is all you need to complement your aesthetics.
Especially when a lady prepares for her big day, selecting the best blouse neckline among reigning designs becomes way more important. So, here we bring you a curated list of 17 romantic and unique blouse neckline designs that brides wore at their weddings. And it will also help you to decide which among them would suit your outfit, amp up your style and guarantee you a statement-making showcase.
A detailed neckline goes a long way, it’s a simple yet effective way of grabbing others' attention on your outfit and neckpieces. Have a special place in your heart for red embellished blouses? Take cues from the bride’s stylebook and pick a blouse with a Queen Anne neckline. Layer it up with pearl beaded earrings and a seesh patti.
There is nothing that will make you look gorgeous and sultry at the same time, quite like wearing a plunging neckline blouse with intricate detailing all over it. If you like the bride’s cream-hued blouse, you can opt for a similar version in any other colour.
Do you want something a bit fancy? A V-neckline blouse can be apt for you. It also allows you to flaunt your expensive jewellery pieces with grace. Style your look with uncut diamond neckpieces, earrings, a nath and a seesh patti for a big fat wedding.
Nowadays, millennial brides are going for fresh looks, which was never seen before. If you want a quirky choli, opt for the trendiest asymmetrical neckline. It is pleasing to see how an asymmetrical neckline is here for your rescue if you are too shy to don a strapless blouse.
Illusion neck is here to stay. For someone who isn’t afraid of taking a bold step forward, an illusion neckline blouse would be a perfect choice. With a slight peek-a-boo, these bodices make you look like the prettiest bride. Just like the bride, one can style it with a net saree.
If you fall under a bit modest side, what can be better than a boat neckline? Whether you’re wearing an Anarkali, lehenga or a suit, boat neck is for everyone. Apart from keeping you covered, the boat neck design also eliminates the need to wear heavy jewellery.
There are many scalloped neckline blouses available in the market, but you need to select the one which suits your aesthetics perfectly. These are vintage-styled sewing which gives you an instant refreshing feeling when you wear them. Wear it with a baby pink saree like the bride and accentuate your look with a kamarbandh, a choker, a pair of jhumkas and a maang teeka.
The bib neckline blouse can survive the test of time and is elegant to the eyes. For all the shy brides, who like to stay covered, the bib neckline seems the apt choice for you. Isn’t it? Take fashion inspiration from the bride. She wore a lime green saree over a silk bib neckline blouse and looked no less than a queen.
South Indian women are known for their beauty and drapes. The bride styled a broad neckline blouse with a silk saree and flaunted her collarbone. Adding a whiff of modernism, she wore a stone-studded neckpiece, a kamarbandh, a pair of dangling earrings and a maang teeka. The blouse is nicely tailored, giving her the desired sultry look she wanted.
The Sabrina neck or the H neckline has a long history. The design was named Sabrina when a 1954 movie got famous, starring the fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn. The designer, Edith Head also won an Academy Award for the film’s exquisite costume design. The neckline helps give you perfect coverage and yet gives a refined and chic look.
Are you wondering which trend to try this wedding season? Currently, we are spotting a bunch of one-shoulder blouses, making it’s place in fashionmonger’s wardrobe. You can wear the trend in various silhouettes, from lehenga to saree, proving the versatility of this neckline. The bride wore an ivory blouse, adding a wing-like effect to her blouse.
A scoop neck is the most commonly worn blouse neckline by women. Though it’s an old-fashioned style, rounded necks have not lost their charm yet. Brides and bridesmaids have been opting for this kind of choli for ages. If you’re also someone, who skips a heartbeat after seeing round-neck blouse designs, this one is definitely for you.
Collar neck blouses are the most off-beat blouse designs in the fashion industry. Are you dreaming of a formal look on your D-Day? Hop onto a collar neckline, slightly embellished blouse and pair it with a simple silk saree. A choker set, earrings and bangles would perfectly go with your outfit.
Off-shoulder blouses are the new age classics, which give you a fresh look with unexpected cut-outs and asymmetric finishes. The design has been evolving with time, allowing the brides to flaunt their inner fashionista. What could be a better option than an off-shoulder blouse for a summer wedding? Wear a shimmery strapless choli with your designer lehenga.
With form-flattering silhouettes, new-age brides are making a statement on their wedding day. While plunging and asymmetric necks have ruled for a long time, embellished neckline have their own space in note-worthy wardrobe picks. The bride opted for an orange blouse with sheer detailing and embellishments at the neckline.
Are you looking for a flirty look on your wedding day? Opt for a strappy blouse and tie your tresses in a bun. This is the perfect blouse design to show off your toned body and shine like no other on your big day. Whether it’s for a lehenga or saree, a blouse with straps can never go wrong with your style chart.
Right from the period of Renaissance and Victorian, square neckline blouses have been popular among ladies. The elegant silhouette is daring to wear yet elegant to the eyes. You can also wear the trendy blouse sometime in the future if you wish to recreate different looks using your bridal outfit. Square neckline blouses are an investment, and you can wear them in any season and day.
These were some of the timeless blouse necklines that brides had donned on their wedding day and made a style statement. Which one will you choose?