We’ve all heard that selecting your lehenga trousseau for your wedding day is of the utmost importance, arguably more important than anything else (maybe even selecting the groom, just saying) because your trousseau is going to dictate the color schemes of your entire wedding, how you feel and move, how your photos come out etc. Even within the lehenga, there’s so much that you have to make sure is just right according to your taste and comfort - the fabric, embroidery, blouse designs, volume - the list is endless. So today we’re tackling what we think should be the first in your order of priority: getting the perfect blouse design.
Blouse designs are so important, not just because of the sleeves but because the right neckline can accentuate your face and even makeup, make sure that when people are interacting with you face to face or taking photos from the waist up, you look as elegant as possible. It doesn’t matter if you’re sitting down at the mandap, sitting down for dinner or sitting down to enjoy the festivities in general, your blouse design is going to dictate how people look at you.
It’s also a great way to show your personality and taste and stand out from the crowd, after all, it is your wedding!
So for all the 2021 brides getting wed this summer and all the women attending festivities this year, we’ve selected the top 10 trendy blouse design ideas you can save to your ever growing Pinterest board!
Zardozi embroidered halter blouse in raw silk paired with a raw silk skirt. We love this blouse because halter necklines suit almost anyone and showing off a little shoulder is a great way to be trendy yet traditional!
Delicate thread embroidery blouse with a touch of zardozi, a sweetheart neckline and short sleeves perfect for day weddings.
Pale pink off shoulder blouse with attached long sleeves and detailed zardozi embroidery. Who can say no to such dramatic sleeves on their wedding day?
Ruffle blouses are always a season favorite and we’re personally in love with this mauve pink ruffle blouse in raw silk and organza. We love how the sleeves add movement and an overall lightness to the blouse so even if you don’t want your lehenga to be heavy, the blouse design will make sure you stand out!
Black spaghetti blouse with delicate thread embroidery and a touch of sequence on the embroidery for the bride who wants to go bold!
If you’re looking for a lehenga style that allows you to not carry a dupatta, then this is the one for you! A one shoulder ruched blouse with organza puffed sleeves, Zinnia is perfect for catching all the attention you want while remaining elegant and classy.
Ruched one shoulder blouse paired with a yellow organza skirt with multi-colored thread and applique embroidery.
For all the classic lovers who want to opt for the evergreen red lehenga but still want to be in trend - we choose Ariana. Red Blouse with a round neckline and elbow sleeves, perfected with zardozi embroidery on raw silk.
Now here’s one for the fashion forward brides who are always looking for something new: our personal favorite bustier blouse with an attached veil-like embellished dupatta grazing the floor. Made with raw silk and net, the floral motifs lend a grace and softness to the entire piece.
Frida has been a crowd favorite ever since we launched it, amongst all brides! The off-shoulder ruched blouse with tone-on-tone embroidery has been a dream blouse design for all types of brides!
Blue silk zardozi embroidered round shaped blouse with some bright Resham work and glass beads. What we love about this blouse is the surprise back and how absolutely elegant yet electric it feels in comparison to its traditional front!
Spaghetti blouse in a sensual dusty blue silk with some bright Resham work and glamourous glass beads.