25 Latest Silk Saree Blouse Designs for wedding season | Bling Sparkle

25 Latest Silk Saree Blouse Designs for wedding season

Silk sarees are important part of south Indian weddings and most Indian brides have atleast one kanjeevaram in their wedding trousseau.  Silk sarees can be worn by brides or to weddings as guests but they have a very traditional feel to them making most women feel it looks a bit mature. The traditional silk sarees can actually look very trendy and fun if paired with the right kind of blouse.

Gone are the days when silk saree blouses meant a simple blouse with border on sleeves , these days you can choose from a variety of designer blouse patterns which have a trendy neck, back and sleeves.  Full sleeves, sheer nets, open backs and high necks all look nice with silk sarees too . Here I bring to you 10 modern blouse designs for traditional silk sarees you can wear for the next Indian wedding you attend.

10 Latest silk saree blouse designs with photos

#1 Simple plain full sleeve blouse design


If your are wearing a very heavy silk saree then you can pair it with a simple plain blouse with full sleeves for a regal elegant look. This works nicely for winter weddings. 

#2 Classic puff sleeves for silk sarees

Puff sleeves are an all time favorites when it comes to pairing with silk sarees. This cassic blouse design gives a very chic look and is best suited for young brides


There are many designs in the puff sleeve design and you can choose one which suits your saree look best. A short sleeve puff blouse or an elbow length puff sleeve can look good with silk sarees . These days net puff sleeves are also very popular.

This net puff sleeves with embellished detailing looks gorgeous on Kajal agarwal.

#4 Boat neck saree blouse design




#4 Printed full sleeve blouse design

You can also go for a printed  long sleeve blouse and add a embroidered lace on sleeve for more festive touch. 

#5 Banarasi blouse with a contemporary back

You can pair a silk saree with banarasi blouse but give it a modern twist by having an open back or a deep V with tie ups.

#6 Delicate lace sleeve blouse pattern

Georgette and chiffon sarees pair well with lace and net blouses but you can try this style with silk sarees too for a delicate festive look.

#7 High neck sleeveless contrast blouse 

Styling kanjeevarams with complete contrast coloured blouses is quiet in these days. Dia mirza looks amazing in this high neck sleeveless blue blouse which she paired with yellow saree. You can give your existing silk sarees a makeover by ditching their normal blouses and getting a contrast one stitched. 

#8 Full sleeve contrasting blouse design

Contrasting blouse colours can give a very bold look. You can try a high neck blouse with borders in the colour similar to your saree

#9 Embellished elbow length sleeve blouse


#9 Overlapping sleeve blouse design for silk saree

Get creative with your blouse border and use it in new ways like at the back for a deep V or for a trending overlapping sleeve design .

#10 Zig Zag blouse back design for silk saree


#11 Pot neck with tassels blouse back design


#12 High neck net blouse with collar 


#13 Off shoulder blouse design for silk saree


Off shoulder lehenga blouse designs are in rage these days and many designers are incorporating this trend with ethic wear. If you dont want to show skin on your tummy then for an off shouldered blouse with your silk saree and drape it in a way to hid your tummy. Skip neck jewellery and add a waist belt to hold the drape in place.

#14 Fancy embellished sleeve blouse design



Cut out artistic sleeves can look very gorgeous especially when paired with wedding silk sarees . These kind of sleeve designs work best for brides and can enhance the beauty of the arm band .

#15 Embroidered blouse back necck design



If you dont want to flaunt your bacck with a deep neck blouse then go for a blouse which has an exquisitely embroidered back. If you are getting the embriderey custom done then go for fun motifs for a fresh feel.

#16 Button row blouse back neck design


For a traditional silk saree look you can go for a simple blouse design with a row of fancy buttons on the back. This type of blouse design is best if you dont want deep back blouses.

#17 Double knot blouse back neck design




Single knot blouses are very common but your special designer saree deserves a more stylish blouse design. Try the double knot blouse design to grab attention and give your silk saree a sexy touch. You can try this blouse design with brocade or even go for an embellished blouse with a knot on upper  back while the second knot rests on abdomen line

#18 Mesh detailed back blouse design


If you dont want a complete open back then you can get a mesh or cut work detailing at the back, You can even go for a net back for some sheer detailing.

#19 High neck blouse with button detailing in the side



#20 Deep V  blouse back neck design



#21 Cut work yoke with pop of pink  on blouse





You can go for a V back neck design which isnt very low and add a big border in contrasting colour. In this gold blouse the pop of pink looks nice with green saree

#22 Jacket style blouse design

Pairing sarees with jackets are the new trend and you can try this even with silk sarees. Pair a waist length jacket with silk saree and up the glam factor. Go for a sleeveless jacket if you want a more trendy look

#23 Pair with Off shoulder top with straps for a fun look



#24 Simple traditional silk saree blouse design




#25 Trendy blouse design for designer saree


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