Choosing your bridal blouse can be a difficult decision. There are a lot of things to keep in mind - the neckline shouldn’t be deep, the sleeves shouldn’t be too tight, the length shouldn’t be too short and the back, well, shouldn’t be too revealing. Keeping all these things in mind, let’s look at the aesthetics. For the bride who has a bigger bust, choosing the right neckline will not only accentuate your curves in a pleasing manner, it can also change the complete look of the lehenga! Read to know more about the necklines that you can choose from!
As seen on Bipasha Basu, this tiny choli is a good starting point to take inspiration from. The neckline actually draw attention towards the collarbones, rather than the bust area. You can go sleeveless like Bips or try elbow-length sleeves with embroidered details which also complement this style. You also get a good chance to show off your neckpiece!
This neckline never fails anyone. Most brides opt for this, whether you are well-endowed or are trying to enhance your curves. This style works wonders. It is super-feminine and highlights the natural curves while not taking away attention from the other aspects of the outfit.
Bored of the same old choli styles and want to try something with a jacket instead? This is the cut you must refer to - a tube-style blouse inside and a jewel neckline in the outer layer. The delicate tie ups don’t become the focus point and the patterned borders running across the jacket makes the whole outfit beautiful!
If you prefer necklines that sit close to the neck, this is a wonderful silhouette. The triangular neck sits beautifully. It automatically takes away attention from the bust area as visually it draws focus towards the centre of the blouse. It’s a great style if you are looking to get fancy buttons in front.
Want to show off those sexy collarbones and a tad bit of the cleavage? Ask your tailor to make your blouse in this style. It is the best when you are wearing a short necklace. Drape your dupatta in the way you like, to highlight the cleavage or camouflage it. It’s surely a gorgeous neckline.
If you are determined to get a collared blouse, make sure the dimensions of the neckline are correct. The mandarin collar with a slight ‘v’ cut and the front opening along with elbow-length sleeves makes this one a classy number. To drive away attention away from the bust, get embroidery done towards the centre and along the bodice just like it is in the picture.
A lot of brides go for this coquettish neckline. With all the layers of necklaces and dupatta drapes, not much skin is visible any way. In this neckline, the net or a slightly see-through fabric covers the upper part of the shoulders while heavy fabric in a sweetheart silhouette covers the rest of the bust.