Bollywood Inspired Saree Blouses For This Fall Winter

Ready to rock this fashion season's best saree trends? Good, we've got some brilliant ways to take your saree game to the next level. Buckle up, this is going to blow your fashionista socks off!

Strappy Blouse:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

This saree blouse design is youthful and fun. The straps allow for easy movement, they also give the illusion of slimmer arms. Get this look by pairing any chiffon or georgette saree with a contrasting strappy blouse.

Puff Sleeves:

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Puff sleeves or ruffle sleeves create the impression of defined shoulders. This pattern can work well for pear-shaped or very slim girls. The size of the sleeve can be as big or small as you like and they match both traditional and modern looking sarees. Apple body shapes must avoid this blouse style.

Long Net Sleeves:

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This is a trend that took over almost everyone's wardrobes in 2010 and is still around. There's no right or wrong when it comes to net sleeves. Anyone can carry it off as long as the saree is also of a light, soft fabric. It's definitely the best way to wear sleeveless blouses in fall.

One Shoulder Blouse:

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This asymmetrical blouse pattern is a little tricky as the one shoulder pattern is still relatively new to saree blouse designs. However, you brave girls who want to take on the challenge can team the blouse with any plain saree and chunky jewllery, it will look fabulous and you'll get rewarded with compliments!

Long Blouse:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

Too chilly to go backless? Try the chic long blouse that looks more like a fitted tunic. It will suit any body shape and age group and it's the best way to hide those few extra pounds that hug your curves! Drape the pallu in a unique manner to get the best out of this saree look.

Illusion Neckline:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

An illusion neckline can create an almost ethereal look since it's the most delicate of blouse patterns. To glow like a pixie this fall-winter go for this pattern, it'll keep you cool and hot at the same time. Try this neckline with a very traditional saree to give it a modern twist.

Brocade/Embroidery:

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Love needle work but don't know how to combine it into your blouse neckline and sleeves? Just go for an all-over pattern. The jazzed up blouse will look great with a plain saree with the tiniest trimming. Brocades are available in every shade and size so feel free to look your best always.

Blouse Over Saree:

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Don't shy away from this style of wear a saree! It may look complex but it's actually super easy. Get the blouse tailored like a vest and button it up after draping the pallu over the shoulder, not forgetting to fasten the pallu to the underside of the blouse. Keep in mind that the blouse needs to be made a few centimetres larger around the bodice so as to accomodate the pallu.

Embellished Blouse:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

This blouse style is for those diva dolls who never settle for simple. Bejewel your blouse all over that it glitters like stars on a clear night. Crystals, rhinestones and pearls can be used to cover the fabric and take it to an entirely new level. Solid coloured sarees suit best.

Bateau Neck:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

Bateau is just 'boat' in french, so basically we're talking about a boat necked blouse. Boat necks are very contemporary and in trend this fall. Have some saree blouse fabric lying around? Get it tailored in a boat neck style to enjoy gushing praise!

Backless Bib Blouse:

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Fall isn't the season to bare skin however this pattern is not your average backless blouse. The cute little bib over the shoulder blades gives you enough reason to flaunt your sexy back as well as look covered up!

Strapless Blouse:

Best Saree Blouse Patterns

Have lovely shoulders that just won't stay hidden? Show them off in this strapless style of saree blouses. Strapless blouses look chic when paired up with elegant net or chiffon sarees. Remember that strapless necklines can be prone to wardrobe malfunctions so make sure your outfit fits well and you're good to go.

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