Whether you are going to wear a saree or a lehenga on your wedding day, your blouse is the one that defines your personality. No matter how gorgeous your saree is or how regal is your bridal lehenga; if your blouse is not right, it can mess up your whole look.
We have seen so many stylish blouse designs, be it backless, full-sleeved or halter neck. And our most favourite types of blouses are the all covered ones and deep V neck ones. In the last year, we saw many celebrities and real brides rocking both the types. But the real problem is how to style these blouses. What to wear with what type of saree or lehenga, But fret not ladies, we got you covered. Bring your reading glasses and start making notes.
If you are planning to wear a saree in your wedding functions, a full covered blouse with long sleeves will be a perfect choice. Take inspirations from these pretty ladies and rock the full covered blouse with a swag. If you drape the saree with plates, it will look chic and stylish.
The full covered blouse should be kept minimal when wearing with a skirt. One can also make the whole lehenga look a little dramatic, with flared sleeves. Make sure you don't hide the embellishments and blouse pattern with a dupatta. Basic blouse and skirt would make the best outfit for your sangeet ceremony.
Celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Bhumi Pednekar and Kriti Sanon have been spotted wearing glimmering sarees with deep V neck. If you are planning to wear a saree for your cocktail party, deep V neck is the first choice. You can leave the pallu without making any plates. Just leave it and glam up your wedding outfits.
Lehenga with V neck is the latest trend which can be seen among the millennial brides. Add up some flared sleeves to make your boring blouse look gorgeous. You can drape the dupatta in whatever way you like. Don't forget to wear a necklace to complete the whole look.
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