55 Latest Pattu saree blouse back neck designs || Trending blouse back patterns for Silk sarees

Traditional doesnt have to be boring. If you are planning to wear a pattu saree to a wedding or event then make sure to put it proper thought and effort into the blouse pattern as it can totally take your look notches up helping you stand out in the crowd.  

Pattu sarees have a timeless and traditional appeal to them which can look similar at events like weddings in south India where every second woman is seen flaunting a silk saree. To distinguish yourself from the rest blouse experiment is your bet. You dont have to get too creative, bold or modish to make a statement, even slight tweaks to your tried and tested back neck patterns and you have an eye-catching blouse design to complement your pattu sarees. 

Latest Pattu Saree Blouse Back Neck Designs

Here in this post, I bring to you an exclusive blouse back neck designs catalogue which is hot in trend these days. If you are looking for that perfect blouse back pattern whether you prefer a tasseled back, cutouts, doris or even high back neck this post will brim you with lots of inspiration. So read on and something is sure to catch your fancy.

#1 Multiple leafy cutouts blouse back design for pattu saree

If a striking yet nonrevealing back pattern is what you are hunting for to pair with your pattu sarees then you should definitely consider till all new blouse model having multiple leaf like cuts. These leaf shapes slits can be as long and wide as you desire and dont expose your back entirely just playing peek-a-boo. This design is ideal for women of all ages and you can wear it even if you have back fat. So go ahead and try this pattern at the next wedding you attend. Make sure to colour contrast your blouse and saree to help the back design stand out even more.
Tip: The leafy cuts can have beaded edging especially if you want to wear this blouse to a wedding.

#2  Sleek V cut with dori criss cross blouse back design for silk sarees

A back V cut is pretty common but this sleek V cut criss crossed with doris gives an elegant look. This design is an ideal pick if you are the traditional kind and it will properly hide your bra straps so you can move around comfortable without fussing about unnecessary cleavage show.

#3  Boat neck blouse with heart cut out 

 Is the occasion romantic in nature like your anniversary party or your engagement then why not wear your heart on your blouse? This striking heart cut back design is simple yet catchy.  Use brocade fabric in contrasting colour and get a blouse like this stitched from your local tailor with a boat neck and go bold and fun with makeup and you are set to rock any party. 

#4 Semi circle window blouse design

Circle slits are getting common so how about a semi-circle cutout? This is a fairly new pattern in the market which gives it a fresh appeal. If you something refreshing without moving out of your comfort zone then consider this design with thread work around the circular area which makes it look amazing. 

#5 Cutwork back neck design blouse for wedding reshmi sarees

Cut work looks amazing with silk sarees and you have so many patterns to experiment with. Decide on a back neck pattern and add cut work details along with a bit of aari or maggam work and you are ready to rock any wedding. These kind of blouses are heavier and pricier in nature so make sure to get it done from a trusted boutique or designer. Even brides can consider a blouse back like this which is stylish yet modest to pair with your bridal pattu saree.

#6 Double knot open back blouse pattern

If you have a well toned back then flaunt it with an open back blouse. This backless blouse has a double tie up with doris holding it together on the upper part while a thicker strap forms a bow in the lower back. This blouse is very sensuous but can work with traditional silk sarees when the skin show is balanced tastefully by going for a higher front neck and elbow length sleeves.

#7 Multiple square cut outs high back neck blouse design

What you can find here is a plain full sleeved blouse in contrasting colour with an oh-so-striking back. Multiple square cuts sit on the back of this design revealing skin in parts without looking tacky. Would you consider something of this sort to pair with your silk saree? 

#8 Fringe detailed pattu saree blouse designs back side

If you are out of ideas to look different then follow the latest trends. The fringe is a raging hot trend which refuses to die down and can be used subtly to add a glam factor to your blouses. Here the blouse design has strips on the back which are hemmed with fringe lace making for a gorgeous visual appeal. This blouse is simple to bring to life and your neighborhood masterji can stitch this for you using plain silk fabric. Next, you need to shop for some fringe lace or trim and get it attached and your custom made designer looking blouse is ready. 

#9 Classic window back neck with piping details

A simple back neck blouse with contrast piping and cut out works well if you want something chic and sober over dramatic experimental styles. This blouse is simple and allows your saree to shine through also over accessorizing is an option as the blouse is pretty basic. Heavy chand balis, a rani haar and bold lips all can work beautifully with a blouse like this.

#10  Semi-sheer blouse with overlapping back neck design for wedding silk sarees

I love this whole idea of a contrast overlapping fabric at the back of a U neck blouse. This blouse probably gets its inspiration from the angrakha style anarkali and the two tones add more drama to the design. The blouse isnt just colour play as stone and thread work is also used in combination to add grace to this back neck  and if you want to ensure that all eyes are on you, then you need to ditch the simple and boring patterns and opt for something striking like this. 

#11 Fancy diamond cut back neck design

Designers are getting very creative with blouse cutouts and slits. This diamond shaped cut blouse back pattern isnt fussy and can work as an ideal pairing with silk sarees for simpler occasions like dinner parties or family get together. This blouse has embroidery work with piping detail on the slit but you can get it made even in plain fabric and it will turn out to be an elegant choice.

#12 Pointed U blouse back pattern for silk sarees

This aesthetic design in pink and gold is alluringly chic and girly. It has an urbane appeal to it yet the colour and overall look screams conventional, making an ideal choice for women looking for a perfect amalgamation of modernity with tradition. Getting yourself on the best-dressed list of any event with this blouse is a cake walk. 

#13  Traditional triangle cut blouse back design

A simple and catchy triangle back cut also is an option you can consider if over the top back patterns are not your thing.  This triangle cut can look totally elegant especially when you use embroidery or stonework around it to add grace to the blouse design. 

#14 New model webbed blouse back design

This geometric cut back neck design has a webbed pattern instead of the usual window or netted layer making for a unique style you can try if you are in a mood to stand out. The contrast in the webbed pattern and the colour of the blouse is clearly evident adding to its impact and even the sleeves feature a webbed detail looking super pretty.

#15 Alluring back design with potli buttons and latkans

This almost backless cut out blouse back looks hot and the trendy latkan details increase its oomph factor.  This blouse design also has potli buttons on both sides of cut out and can be made in a rich fabric like raw silk or brocade paired with pattu sarees for a simple yet catchy traditional look. This blouse pattern is actually very versatile and can also be paired with designer net sarees or even a silk lehenga for a fuss-free mehndi look.

#16 Patchwork two-toned blouse back side pattern

A simple and classy blouse design where a brocade patch is used very smartly to bring about a fancy design. Minimalistic occasions like dinners or formal events require a blouse like this which has a subtle and understated charm. 

#17 Open back blouse design with bow tie up 

Doris are a gorgeous way to spruce up the back side neck design of blouses but what Iam loving these days are bow style tie ups. These tie ups are similar to the traditional doris buy with a thicker strap when tie together they make a cute bow. Here these two blouses look edgy and fun with an open back held together by bow tie ups at the lower back. 

#18 Traditional pot neck blouse back neck design with latkans

Classic styles like the pot neck blouse design never go out of style and they perfectly complement silk sarees. If you are the traditional kind who hates experiments then try variations with latkans in the pot neck blouse pattern. Add oversized latkans for drama or even go for contrasting coloured ones. Puff sleeves and beaded edging to the pot neck makes it more eye-catching and festive. Try this style with heavier sarees where designer blouses can look out of place.

#19 Pattu saree blouse models with a bow back

Bows in blouses are here to stay. This is another bow back neck pattern but this bow detail is actually stitched with a pearl on it and you dont have to tie it up. This blouse design with borders can be stitched in the regular blouse material which comes attached with sarees so it is surely a winner.  Try this design for office parties or cultural events with silk sarees.

#20 Gorgeous circle window blouse back design

A back circle cut is a simple and stylish blouse idea for women who want to looks traditionally fashionable. You can try different variation with this cut and opt for a smaller or bigger circle size as per your taste and also go for thread or stone work along the borders for a more festive feel. Addition of quirky tassels like this elephant motif latkans is another option you can consider to personalize a blouse like this but make sure to knot your hair in a bun with gajra to show off the back cut properly. 

#21 Latest bridal baraat and palki blouse back design 

The most trending blouse pattern for brides at the moment is this story type embroidered back blouse. These blouses tell a story with embroidery or just depict some wedding rituals like baraat, doli or palki with creative use of thread work. The blouse uses cut work and then net fabric is used to give it a more covered look making it bride appropriate. For more drama jhumkis or beaded edging is added. If you are a bride who loves chasing trends then definitely consider this blouse for your big day. 
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#22 Modest and fancy back neck design with cut work 

#23 Scallop edged back design with beaded fringe details

If you are looking for something fancy and pretty try a simple back pattern with scallop edging and beaded detailing like this.  

#24 Silk blouse back design with Heart cut out and tassels

Heart cut blouse back with stone work borders is quiet a stunner. So ethereal and pretty! Add a pair of statement latkans and pair with contrasting coloured silk saree and you are wedding ready. Make sure to put your hair into a bun as open hair is a big no with a blouse like this . 

#25 Netted back blouse design with middle button details 

Netted back neck patterns also look amazing with silk sarees. This kind of pattern works for conservative women who are against skin show as the netted area gives cover without looking mature or auntyish. This blouse has a netted back in same colour of the blouse with a middle potli button row making for an interesting addition. The sheer embroidered netted sleeves add to the regalia of the blouse making it an ideal party wear pick. 

#26 Festive netted maggam work  back neck pattern

If you dont like doris in blouses then this rich and opulent blouse pattern in dual tones is something you should definitely select. This blouse has a pink netted back with dazzling stonework and can pair with many different pattu sarees like gold, orange, pink or even green for an exceptional ethnic look.
Go easy on your makeup, opt for soft kohl-smeared eyes and nude lips and allow your ensemble to make a statement for you.

#27 Brocade blouse with lower back tie ups

There is this new trend surfacing in blouse designs where multiple doris are present in the lower back part. These doris looking give the blouse a modern, chic & contemporary appeal and work well with both saree and lehenga blouses. If you love multiple doris in your blouses then switch things up a bit this festive season and opt for lower back doris and watch how you turn the talk of the event in a good way.

#28 Embellished scallop edged window back neck design

A perfect blend of traditional aari and maggam work with modish scallop design details is this blouse. The scallop edge cut blouse looks beautiful and the contrast sleeves adds to the drama, whats not to love?

#28 Cathy cut out back blouse with trendy latkan details

For all those low key affairs where you need a pretty looking blouse paired with a simple and classy silk saree these kinds of back cut blouses with tassel work best. These blouses don't require a karigar or artisan as you can stitch them up using plain or woven fabric like brocade and add a single statement tassel or latkan to complete the look.

#29 Fancy blouse back design with dori tie up details

Full dori back blouses are a classic pattern and here is a more contemporary variation which works well as a dash of modern spark in traditional styles. The doris criss cross over the scallop like back cut of blouse and the whole sensuous appeal is balanced out with three quarter frill sleeves. If you are willing to do a modern take on the saree then this is surely a blouse design you can consider.

#30 Almost backless criss cross dori tie up back neck pattern for pattu sarees

This full back tie up doris blouse is an evergreen classic having a sultry and sensuous appeal. If you want to set temperatures soaring high with your silk saree look then try this full tie up back pattern. This blouse is sexy in the traditional sort of way and will make all heads turn over you.

#31 Racer back inspired back neck for contemporary blouses

Stay ahead on your style game with this racer back blouse design which is a more modern take on blouses. The racer inspired pattern has a T strap sort of cut out which is equal parts glam and sexy. This one is a must try if you have a fierce sense of fashion. 

#32 High back neck with potli button row 

This brocade blouse with a closed back and middle potli button row is as simple and modest as it can get. This design is something you should consider if you are willing to play it safe and subtle in a new environment like meet up with your in-laws or formal meetings.

#33 Sleek oval slit with floral embroidery for reshmi sarees

Open back blouse designs are bold and striking but not everyone has the confidence and body to carry off backless blouses. Here is a design you can opt for if you are not into bold experimental patterns. This oval sort of back slit is as traditional as it an get. The intricate thread work around the slit makes it festive and wedding appropriate so you can easily pair with your silk sarees for a  sassy getup. 

#34 Leaf cut aari work silk saree blouse design

This blouse design is all things amazing with stone and aari work adding to its visual beauty.  This is a classic blouse design which can work with many different sarees types and colours to give you a festive ready look in an instant. This blouse is totally worth investing if  you are a soon-to-be bride. This also makes for great engagement or bridal blouse pattern too.

#35 Playful back neck design with borders and tassel row

 Tassel is a trend which is raging hot and also been done to death. This blouse pattern with creative use of borders on the back has a refreshing take on tassels where it is attached around a rectangular slit. You can easily get this blouse to life using the blouse piece from silk sarees and use borders which come with it. The borders are probably for sleeves but you can use it on the back and go for plain sleeves with a bit of stone work to give a flattering look.

#36 Wide pointed U blouse back design

The simplicity of this pointed U kind of back neck blouse is timeless. An embellished lace border is used to bring glam factor is this otherwise plain blouse which steers clear of traditional design elements like slits, latkans, doris and even buttons. If you want your saree to be the highlight of your look then opting for a basic cut blouse like this makes a lot of sense. This blouse can work well for any kind of occasion with styling tweaks, like you can wear dangler earrings for a dinner out or add a neck piece some gajra and kadas for a reception party. 

#37 Designer double diamond cut back pattern

Diamond back cuts are pretty trending but this double diamond cut brocade blouse held together by buttons is a gorgeous head turner. Get a blouse like this stitched from your trusted tailor and pair with contrasting saree, jhumkas, and floral bun. Party ready, the effortless way!

#38  Small house type cut blouse back side neck design

Simple and hatke, thats what this blouse back nek pattern is all about. Forget all geometric patterns and get inspired by the house drawing you did as a child and done, you have blouse with memories to boast. 

#39 Bridal jewelled back blouse

Do you love your jewellery? Then I found a blouse design which allows you to wear jewellery on the back. This neutral shade blouse has embroidery and work details with a cold shoulder and a round back neck but the addition of back jhumkas jeweled bits distinguishes it from the rest. This flaunting jewellery on the back is a new trend and works best for brides with hair knotted in a bun. 
Tip: You can use an existing round back neck blouse and get a necklace attached to it for a similar look on budget. Better still shop for a pair of hair pin jhumkas and stitch it up yourself on the back of a basic blouse you already own and flaunt your creative personality in every form.

#40 Triple oval slits back design

This mirror work blouse uses small oval slits to stand out. Notice how piping details are used in red to add an irresistible oomph to this very modern looking blouse. This blouse perfectly fits into those simpler occasions like family functions or cultural events.

#41 Beaded edged window sleeveless blouse design

Edgy and fun, if thats what you want your saree blouse to be, then here is a design which fits the bill. 
A sleeping oval sort of cut with a boat neckline looks alluring and the beaded edging adds to the  classy vibe. For a pattu saree look which spells elegant contemporary charm try this blouse for sure.

#42 Backless double dori blouse pattern

A trendy back cut blouse held together by double doris is an evergreen style and every reason for you to consider this kind of blouse for pattu sarees. The best thing about this blouse pattern is that it will never go out of style. 

#43 Dual circle cut outs back neck pattern for pattu sarees

The beauty of this brocade blouse lies in its simplicity. The dual circle slits is a pattern you don't usually come across but the relatively smaller circles downplay the whole back side neck design making it stand out in a graceful and sober sort of a way. You can pair a blouse like this with a variety of sarees like cotton, net etc in addition to pattu sarees.

#44  Parrot motifs sheer blouse back design for wedding silk sarees

A bridal blouse, this one is equal parts unique and kitsch. Two embroidered parrots form a cut out which is layered with a netted fabric for a soft feminine look. I love the use of colours and thread work in this blouse and it is ideal for brides to pair with silk sarees on their big day. Make sure to get a blouse like this made from experienced tailor or boutique as it requires a lot of handwork.

#45  Latest asymmetric cut out back neck design with side dori tie ups

Symmetry is a dead trend. Asymmetrical hemlines, sleeves and even cuts are what are dominating these days and why should the humble saree blouses stay behind. This basic blouse has an asymmetric cut out and if that wasnt enough, the doris are positioned on the side instead of the normal middle part. I love how subtly stylish this pattern is and if you get it stitched in a neutral colour like gold, silver or beige it can pair up with many different sarees.

#46 Catchy back design with leaf cut for bridal blouses

Flaunt your personality in this leaf cut out back neck pattern which is ideal for special occasions as the leaf cut is bordered with intricate aari work. This is actually a high neck blouse but the cutout brings about a glam balance and makes for a graceful choice even for brides for smaller events like engagement or sangeet.

#37 Geometric cutout back neck design

 Cut out isnt usually paired with a deep back neck but fashion is all about experimenting right? Here a deep back neck is complemented with a diamond cut out in the lower back area which makes for an interesting design detail on a plain blouse. Contrast piping and doris complete this breezy blouse pattern.

#38 Double oval cut outs with button closure 

Cut outs in blouse backs look great but have you give multiple cut outs a thought? This double oval cut out blouse held together by fancy buttons make for a refreshing change from the usual dori blouses. Pair with a contrasting coloured pattu saree, hair in a bun and kashmiri jhumkas and you have a winner on hand. 

#39 Traditional back neck design with dori tie-ups

For all you minimalists, try a simple back neck pattern with dori tie ups. To make it wedding or party appropriate get some thread or maggam work done on the blouses. You can also opt for brocade fabric which has self design and doesnt require handwork. Zari work is another option you can consider add sparkle for simple cut blouses. 

#40 Open back knotted style blouse back model

A wide V back neck blouse makes for a sexy pick and when you add a knotted bow in the lower back it makes for a glam statement which is totally drool worthy. This style is really bold and should be worn with proper inner wear at appropriate occasions. So much of skin show isnt a good idea weddings but you can go for partially pinned back hair to balance out the exposure.

#41 High back neck blouse with side design details

#42 Boat neck jhumka embroidery blouse back pattern

A regular silk boat neck blouse looks drop dead gorgeous with an embroidered jhumka on the back. This whole jhumka motif is super rage these days and you can flaunt the trend is this elegant and classy way with your pattu sarees. If a giant jhumka isnt what you like you can get motifs like peacock, parrot or eve chandbali embroidered and it is sure to look equally pretty.  

#43 Dual toned cut work blouse back neck design 

High back neck purple blouse is enhanced with a mesh diamond cut panel in contrasting colour. The sleeves also are in contrasting colour and can make for a great winter wedding blouse for pattu sarees. 

#44  Lower back cutout blouse with borders and doris

This blouse design with borders is another evergreen style which works well for casual wear. You can use sleek contrast borders or even piping details to bring this design to life. Styling for this kind of blouse should be strictly traditional with open or braided hair, jhumkas, and glass bangles.

#45  Square back neck blouse pattern with side button detailing

Planning to wear a brocade blouse with silk saree? Then try this back square neck with a side button row which is an instant head turner. The best part of this design is you can get it stitched from a local tailor and you dont need to spend too much on a designer boutique.  This blouse style makes for gorgeous pairing with reception wear sarees.

#46 Sleek slit with double tie-ups

Another simple and modest brocade blouse pattern you can consider for your pattu sarees is this double doris blouse. This blouse has a slit in middle held together with doris on both sides looking tasteful and chic. Pair with jhumkas, kada, winged eyes and you are party ready in a jiffy.

#47 Backless blouse with multiple ties ups and pom poms

Tassels, pom poms and doris, can a blouse design get any more traditional and classic? Well if you like tried and tested stuff then it is best to stick to them with slight variations. This design may seem normal on first glance but the colour splash that pom poms lend to this attire is unmissable and there lies the charm of this design. For happy and fun events like mehndi or haldi, this is the kind of blouse you should choose. Even holi or diwali parties demand lots of colour bursts which this blouse can easily provide.

#48 Tassel detailed cut out back neck design

#49 Deep V blouse back design with border on one side

A V back neck blouse is a basic blouse anyone can stitch up for you but the creative use of borders sets apart this pattern. Here the border is used in only one side of the blouse V part which lends it a designer feel. You can use embellished or mirror work border for this pattern to increase its glam quotient. 

#50 Two-tone netted blouse back design

Netted or sheer details at the back neck are pretty common and work well with pattu sarees. This diamond cut back neck pattern has a contrast black sheer panel which also features a middle potli button row to add to its beauty. Pair this kind of blouse with silk sarees for occasions like parties or get together. For marriages, you can get a bit of stonework done on sleeves and netted area to increase its glam factor.

#51 Chic rose cut out back neck blouse pattern

If your taste in fashion is girly, feminine and contemporary try this dreamy floral cut out back neck pattern which is sure to steal the show be the talk of the town. 

#52 Tassel lined stripes back neck pattern

Tassels are hot in trend and you can experiment with different ways to add tassels to your look. This blouse back design is held together with multiple contrast strips which are then lined with tassels making for an alluring visual appeal. 

#53 Maggam work cutouts blouse back neck design with floral details

#54  Striking Lotus cut out back blouse pattern

Want a more modest and covered up back neck design which is also super trendy? Then try this latest lotus cut out at the back which doesn't expose much of your skin and keeps attention on the design details. This blouse works best for special occasions as it is more fancier in nature.

#55 Deep V back neck pattern with pom pom edging

 Deep V back necks are perfect for you if you are the traditional nonexperimental kinds and these kind of necklines suit women of all types. You can alter the width of the back V cut as per your taste and go for sleeker V if you have back fat or a wide and deep V to flaunt a well-toned back. This particular green blouse design uses white pom pom lace edging to add to the beauty of the blouse. You can also try beaded edging or add latkans and doris to glam this style a bit more.

Which of these latest pattu saree blouse back neck designs do you like most? 

Tips on choosing the right blouse back neck design for your sarees

  • Keep your body type in mind before finalizing a blouse back neck pattern. High back necks suit you better if you have back fat. If you have well-toned arms and shoulders then you can try backless blouse styles .
  • Cutouts on the blouse back are a rage these days and can be done in many styles. These window style back can have many different shapes of slits ranging from circles to squares, hearts and more. (see design number 3,4 , 11, 7, 16, 15) For patterns like these padded blouses are a must as they help you avoid innerwear wear issues. 
  • Even for sheer back designs, padded blouses are a must. If you have backless blouses which arent padded then you can consider special backless bras like this. Even stick-on bras are an option you can choose. 
  • If you are a bride to be hunting for the perfect bridal blouse pattern for your big day then consider the latest rage of baraat blouse back neck design. Refer to design number 21. For brides who are looking for a blouse design which can be reused later cut work or maggam work designs work best which give a fancy look. Refer to design number 5, 26, 34, 44 and 53.
  • Pay attention to the fit: Even a simple and well-fitted blouse can look elegant when worn with a well-draped saree. An ill-fitted blouse is all you need to spoil the grace of your attire. So before the design make sure you get the fit right. Personally go get your measurements taken especially if you have a recent weight gain or loss.
  • If you are the traditional kind who doesnt want to show off your back then try high back designs with a sheer or netted panel which looks young girly and stylish. (see design number 25, 26, 44, 50 for reference)
  • If you have broad shoulders consider designs like a V back neck which gives a slimming effect. 
  • Smaller cuts and back slits look better with traditional pattu sarees as they give an elegant and classy appeal. Get inspiration from design number 10, 33, 38. Opting for multiple small cuts is also an option if you really need to make a statement. Refer to design number 7, 43, and 38.
  • Choose your fabric wisely: A good blouse is an investment as you can pair it with many different blouses, so it makes sense to get then stitched in high-quality fabric which lasts long. ALso considering richer fabrics like brocade or velvet means you can save on threadwork and stonework costs as these fabrics already have woven design details on them. 
  • Also it makes sense to keep the weather in mind when choosing a blouse fabric and design. For winter weddings warmer fabrics like velvet and more covered designs like full sleeves and high necks work well. For summers breathable fabrics are a more practical pick with a design like sleeveless and open backs suiting better.

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