Lehenga Blouse Designs You Didn't Know You Needed
There are three major components to your lehenga and we could argue that the blouse is probably one of the most important ones - maybe even more so that the lehenga skirt itself. Before you gasp, hear us out!
Blouse designs have the versatility of not just showcasing your beautiful embroidery, but also your personality. While lehenga skirts give you volume and drama, the perfect blouse design lends structure and shape to your overall silhouette. We don’t believe in wearing certain blouses for certain body shapes because we firmly believe that outfits should be chosen according to your comfort and fabulous personality. Putting them in boxes of “dos” and “don’ts” isn’t what we’re about at our studio. However, we do believe in showing off our latest lehenga blouse designs so you know exactly what’s coming for this wedding season! Check out our favorite Top 5 below!
Starting off with a bang is this hard to miss lehenga blouse design of one full sleeve off shoulder top. Riya Jain embodies glamor in our Hana Skirt - Pink and peach, georgette ruched skirt paired with tulle embroidered, pleated one-shoulder top.
Two images go next to each other. Whether you want to go with or without a jacket should not be a choice! That’s why this particular blouse design is so perfect - the thin straps make it seamlessly fit with your jacket. Madison Set - Silk Bustier embellished with sequins and glass Beads paired with silk blazer Jacket and drape skirt.
We love making traditional lehenga blouse designs and adding our own twist to it. Srinidhi Shetty wears our Kiran lehenga in blue, perfect with its half sleeve blouse and vibrant color. Blue silk lehenga with intricate motifs at the base and delicate lines of zardozi paired with matching blouse and net dupatta with thick main border and thinner borders on 3 sides
Two images go next to each other. Now you may look at this lehenga blouse design and think “what’s extra here?” and you’d be right, until you took a look at the back! That’s why we suggest this full sleeve, classic cut blouse design because it’s literally a “party in the back”. Tiered skirt with sequin embroidery, paired with a sequin embellished sheer full sleeve blouse and tulle dupatta.
One of our most requested lehenga blouse designs, worn by Kalyani Priyadarshan is because of its halter neck style and delicate, precious string tying style in the back. Georgette tiered skirt, with silk hand embroidered halter style, backless blouse, paired with a tulle dupatta