10 Celeb Inspired Blouses To See You Through Shaadi Season!
Here is yet another edition of celeb inspired blouses that can make you look even more stylish for all those wedding functions! From Sonam to Shilpa, these gorgeous celebrities definitely know how to give us some massive style inspiration. The flawless manner in which they strut around in these outfits - we cannot help but want to ask our tailor to create something similar for us. Here are our top ten picks to rock shaadi season in style!
1. Karisma Kapoor’s Jewel Neck!
Source: Sabyasachi Mukherjee on Instagram
With high necklines, collared blouses and boat necks making a comeback, how can we not love jewel necklines too? This classy neckline along with the fitted elbow sleeves can give any simple saree a fresh look.
2. Kangana Ranaut’s Neat Back!
Image: Sabyasachi Mukherjee on Instagram (here and here)
We love to experiment with the back all the time, but sometimes showing less skin is sexier! This rounded square is just about perfect for when you want to show a tad bit amount of skin. It’s giving this organza saree a feminine and classic edge and will look lovely when paired with any fabric actually!
3. Shilpa Shetty’s Sleek Elbow Sleeves!
Image: Shilpa Shetty on Instagram
Getting that right scoop neck along with the perfect length of elbow sleeves is the key to turning out prim and proper. Nothing more, nothing less. Shilpa’s simple saree looks exquisite all because of the mirror work on the blouse and the fitted edges makes it even more smart.
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4. Madhuri Dixit’s Sexy Back!
Image: Ami Patel on Instagram
When you want to stand out, you’ve got to pick outfits that make you do so! This gold and net blouse is exactly that. A halter neck style blouse with ornate details at the back is what you need for that cocktail party! It’s covered yet revealing.
5. Nimrat Kaur’s Sophisticated Look!
Image: Ami Patel on Instagram
You MUST have one of these blouses! A high round neck in net, lace and embellishments to match your net and printed sarees. It’s the best recipe for when you want to appear elegant and not go over the top. Match this with solid coloured sarees or simple printed ones for a sophisticated look.
6. Aditi Rao Hydari’s Graceful Edges!
Image: Sanam Ratansi on Instagram
A deep cut sleeveless, high neckline and buttoned up back is the best silhouette for anyone looking to give your blouse a polished vibe. Go forth and experiment with the neckline embellishments, prints and embroidery all over the blouse - but you should know how to use this stylish weapon occasionally!
7. Sonakshi Sinha’s Sweetheart Neckline!
Image: Sonakshi Sinha on Instagram
Nothing speaks elegant like a sweetheart neckline! Whatever fabric or design you choose, make sure to get some blouses in this neckline. It instantly enhances your features and looks beautiful with sarees.
8. Deepika Padukone’s Printed And Sheer Combination!
Source: Deepika Padukone on Instagram
Get some printed blouses to match your net and chiffon sarees. They look stunning when paired with a complementing print. Also, since it’s fitted all over, it doesn’t take away attention from the saree. Add little elements on the blouse for it to become more dressy!
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9. Sonam Kapoor’s Embellished Blouse!
Image: Rhea Kapoor on Instagram
Perfect when you want to don a simple saree or want to make an outfit look even more decorative! This triangular shaped neckline along with front fasteners gives you a lot of space to experiment at the back as well. Truly a golden winner!
10. Shraddha Kapoor’s Crop Top Style Blouse!
Image: Shraddha Kapoor on Instagram
Super girlish yet super comfortable, a crop top style blouse is for the woman who likes to give off a flirtatious, fusion vibe. Match it with abstract printed sarees or contrasting colours for a quirky look.
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Published on Aug 25, 2016