Making us go all googly eyes with their tantalizing kanjeevarams, prettiest rani haars, notable temple jewels and bold & glam makeup, South Indian brides never fail to impress us with their svelte bridal choices. And as much as we're head over heels for these glorious bridal elements, we're equally smitten by their immensely stylish South Indian blouse designs. From the most elaborate embroideries, fancy stone-work, striking god motif patches to heaviest of gold embellishments, we've seen South Indian brides equipping their bridal blouses with the best of everything. While some go on decking up the sleeves and back of their blouses, others play around with the fabric, embroideries and borders to amp up the overall look of their South Indian blouse designs.
So, if you had still been wondering that a basic round neck blouse is all you can pair with your scintillating silk sarees, let us prick the bubble for you already! We skimmed through the internet and fetched some of the best South Indian blouse designs for you. Check out for yourself and save the ones you love!
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Beginning the list with a simple yet elegant South Indian bridal blouse design in red with a v-neckline and a molten detailing on the sleeves. We love how beautifully the bride paired it with her golden and red silk saree so effortlessly!
This oh-so-gorgeous metallic South Indian blouse pattern from Sabyasachi is worth going gaga over! The glimmering sequinned details are undeniably the finest ones we've ever seen.
Who would say no to this remarkable South Indian blouse back design that boasts of an edgy teardrop cut-out detailed with golden beads, heavy embellishments and some exquisite embroideries?
Want to make your South Indian blouse design look quirkier than others? Amp up the sleeves with a handful of beads, pearls and other fancy embellishments, just how you see in the picture. P.S. We simply adore those cutesy birds adorning the sleeves.
One can never go wrong with a classy U-neck South Indian bridal blouse design. It goes well with every type of saree, whether net, chiffon, banarasi or kanjeevaram.
Bridal blouses with puffed sleeves have been around for quite some time now yet they continue to be a major favourite amongst South Indian brides even today. Take a look at this beautiful bride who dressed in a molten gold silk saree with a maroon puff-sleeved blouse and looked all royal on her D-day.
Amidst the usual silks and brocades, this partly sheer and partly embroidered full sleeves blouse is a complete head-turner. It is indeed lending an ultra-mod touch to the bride's otherwise simplistic saree. Would you like to consider this South Indian blouse design as an option for any of your wedding ceremonies?
A super sexy South Indian saree blouse back design with an inverted V-cut out pattern is the one that every South Indian bride must have in her bridal trousseau.
Take cues from this South Indian bride who perfectly paired her pink & gold bridal saree with a stylish half & half blouse adorned with subtle threadwork on the sleeves and back.
Something as unique as this vibrant-hued South Indian blouse design with remarkable gold embroideries & coin work can enhance your bridal look by multifold. It looks uber chic and stylish.
There's nothing more arresting than this breathtaking South Indian blouse design back side that is going viral on the internet for all the right reasons! It features a cutwork design of a bride being carried in a doli along with dangling jhumki adornments.
This glamorous backless blouse with a bunch of tassel adornments at the top and a single dori around the waist is perfect for brides who wish to go bold and flaunt that sexy back on their wedding day.
Apart from infusing the charm of golden beads, sequins, zari work and other details into their bridal blouses, South Indian brides are also incorporating gold embellishments into their sleeves. While some are decking up their sleeves with gold god motifs, others are enhancing them with attached gold bajubandhs.
Who says South Indian brides only wear basic round neck blouses? This bride proved otherwise by teaming up her mehndi lehenga with a gorgeous off-shoulder blouse and made a spectacular statement.
Back blouse designs with heavy embellishments are an ideal choice for South Indian brides. They make a hell lot of difference to a south Indian bridal blouse design and make it appear a lot more captivating.
This prettily handworked half and half blouse design with scattered embellishments on one side and thick border-like patterns on the other is so fresh & unique. You too can pair it up with a belted silk saree and rock like a diva that you are.
Give your South Indian bridal blouse design a makeover by decking up your sleeves with intricate embroideries and some delicate jhumki adornments. Also, nothing like it if you opt for a design that even has stylish cold shoulders like these.
Simple yet fanciful, here’s a South Indian blouse design you will be all hearts for. That voguish cutout and the fine gold embroideries adorning the back look super amazing!
To add a twist to your basic round neck blouse design, all you need to do is glam up your sleeves with interesting thread work patterns. It works wonders and is the best bet for South Indian brides.
Double up the beauty of your bridal blouse design by outlining it with a trendy tasseled lace. A lot of brides are vouching for this element and getting it etched on the edges of the sleeves or the hem of the blouse. So, decide for yourself on how you would want to make the most of these beauties!
Make a fashionable statement on your big day with this alluring South Indian bridal blouse design with criss-cross embroideries & 3D looking overlapping patterns on the sleeves.
Why settle for the same old monotone blouses to pair with your saree when you can pick a quirky one with a plethora of vibrant hues in it? This bride did just that and looked like a complete stunner on her wedding.
This enthralling blouse design with drool-worthy sleeves and an even more impressive deep V-neck back is just the one for brides who have a thing for elaborate details and winsome designs.
Here's yet another South Indian blouse design featuring cutesy puff sleeves and scalloped gold borders that can be considered for your wedding day. It's a sure shot win and just the right blend of traditionalism & modernity.
What better than a fully embroidered blouse to team up with a dual-toned kanjeevaram? It looks every bit stunning, especially when complemented with the authentic temple jewels.
Look your traditional best on your wedding day by wearing this mind-blowing blouse adorned with an embroidered temple patch at the back. Isn't it too pretty?
We've never seen a blouse design as offbeat and unconventional as this. Those fancy puffed sleeves with extended band-like adornments around the arm are so different and edgy.
How intriguing is this South Indian blouse design detailed with eccentric gold embroideries and some blingy gold beads! The gold embellishments are beautifully popping out on that magenta colored blouse.
While we just showed you the exquisite doli blouse, here's another with a baraat cutwork prettifying the back of a bride and how effortlessly! Right from the mesh patterns, the bold gold embroideries to the sheer details, everything about this blouse is heart-tugging.
Ditch the cliche embellished designs and try this jaalidar pattern for the sleeves of your bridal blouse. Its edginess and distinctiveness will make you stand out from the crowd.
Add a hint of grace to your simple and ordinary elbow sleeved blouse with avant-garde leafy motifs and embroideries dotting the neckline and sleeves.
This pink & green South Indian bridal blouse design with jazzy gota patti detailing has got us head over heels. It is so spellbinding that you wouldn't want to give it a miss.