Who is going to notice them? They are just there to support Saree-look! A Blouse is a blouse; what else one can make out of it?
Do you think same? Do you think they are not as important as sarees?
Well then you must read this blog to unfold various interesting facts about Blouses. Different types of blouse sleeves, their designs and patterns are enough just to slay you. Designers must have left besotted after curating and creating such lovely designs of blouses. A well informed fashion enthusiast knows well that a blouse is the vital element of your Saree-look. Let’s go little deeper! There are many important things to consider while the making of blouse. As vivacious neck designs, work patterns over the bodice, closure patterns are important, different type of blouse sleeves is equally treated as the prime factor. Depending upon your figure or body shape, complexion and face shape, assorted style of blouse sleeves are selected by fashionable women.
Necklines and saree aren’t alone to add to your beauty, but sleeve patterns for blouse also have a vital role to play. From the latest full sleeve blouse designs to quarter, three quarter sleeves and super short sleeves, each pattern of sleeves acts as a catalyst for not only blouses, but different types of ethnic ensembles.
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Quarter sleeves and full sleeves awesomely provide illusion of lean and tall figure line and thus are the most opted style by stylish women. It gives shapely finish to your shoulders and replenishes a subtle look to your curvaceous body. The most interesting fact is this sleeve design for blouses can be worn by plump and petite, lean and tall women. Quarter sleeves are perfect to cover up extra bony or plump arms.
#StealTheTip: If you are bony and tall as well; wear them with Net/Chiffon sarees, finished off with embroidery. For slightly weight pulled up ladies; silk sarees or tant sarees will be great with this type of blouses. Also, If you have plump arms, you can grab this sleeves, it will hide all your plumpyness and wear it with chiffon, Georgette or net saree to look more slim.
Now this category is personally loved by all confusing fashionistas because this style of blouse goes well with every type of body curves. So, it doesn’t matter if have put on some extra weight or few inches leaner than your peers, full sleeve blouses will always make you look complete and perfect at every occasion. The best part of these blouses is that they will cover up your over-weighty appeal same as it does in the case of skinny body. Interesting right!?
#LookDifferentTip: This type of blouse sleeve design is really basic so you can try it with lace material, velvet fabric, and with rich embroider, printed silk fabric with stylish neck.
Here we have something exclusive design for skinny women. Women who have toned or extra-lean shoulders and arm can go for this option. As the name suggests, cap sleeves do look just like caps attached at the shoulder line of blouse and thus this name has been discovered. You want to ask when!?
Well it’s pretty old age then, back to 1970’s or 80’s and were then adorned by mostly south-east women. This type of blouse design comes in between sleeveless blouse style and short sleeves.
#CatchyTip: Wear them with sleek silhouette saree to get that prep-up look.
ABOVE THE ELBOW SLEEVEs
Put aside cap sleeves, this type of sleeves ends before the elbow point and generally 3 to 7 inches longer (according to the length of your arm). This type of design is mostly worn by pretty homemakers, grandmothers and mothers and has been a regular option for corporate women as well. This length of sleeves can be worn in regular basis. This is the most general category but you can always quirk it up in your own style.
#QuickTip: Add on buttons instead of plain hooks on the back and ask your tailor to give embroidered sensation on the collar or high neck collar.
The heterogeneous tendency of every blouse designs and their categories give us fantastic fashion goals. Isn’t it? This season, try out illusions!
You may have heard halter blouse designs which amazingly hung over your neck and shoulder. Now try halter illusion blouses which are not perfectly halters and have slight broad shoulder cloth. They do not actually hung over your neck but give an illusion of the same. Get the picture from shown examples.
#SexyTip: You’re heavenly blessed if you have a perfect hourglass figure (which only 10% of women showcase). This style of blouse will suit them the most. Carry this style with edged tops or stone earrings.
SUPER BOLD- SLEEVELESS
In Sleeveless blouses, the straps are visibly broader and end straight at your shoulder line.If you have a toned arms and shoulder you can opt for this sleeves. Mostly women with plumpy arms also wears sleeveless blouse, I will suggest them not to wear because you have other sleeve options to flaunt your body.
#StyleCheck: Broad boat neck, high neck, scoop neck & mandarin collar will suit this sleeve style of blouse.
Directly come from the Victorian age, this sleeve blouse design can get you oodles of stares from your peers. A person from old age school or having contemporary views both love this kind of sleeve lengths. Those little ruffles at the end and sometimes at the shoulder line offer you an exquisite appeal.
‘Sins are totally prohibited when you wear Bishop sleeves.’
Let your peers commit a sin in jealous, you just do one thing – set the completely stage on fire!!!
#SmackTip: Wear them thin or lightweight sarees because starchy saree may cover the beauty portion of the blouse.
Stolen from the eastern lands of India, puff sleeves are widely worn by Bong women. A little plump at the shoulder line, this type of blouse designs can be seen during Durga Puja celebrations.
#WoWTip: Choose bright colours to be the lime-light of the sensational moment. Avoid embroideries on the neckline to highlight the sleeves.
Let’s start with fantasy imagination! How cute it will be to have bell-shaped sleeves with extra flutter and comfort. And of course for this of design of sleeves, one must consider the type of fabric very seriously. Bell sleeves blouse requires extra piece of fabric to stitch at the area of the shoulder-line of blouse.
Georgette fabric, chiffon, crepe and silk are some best fabrics which will make the affair more alluring. Vivid prints and sassy hemline are its main attraction.
#MustKnowTip: Adore a sleek and long pendant for the day.
Not more different from bell sleeves but here you will not find flutter! Boxy sleeves blouses are much in sturdy position and do not reflect much glare and pomp as you can see here. You can say that the sleeves are amazingly loose and are best for summer and spring seasons. Let’s pull on some attention by asking your tailor to craft Peter Pan collar around. The simplicity of this blouse is its main charm.
#SimpleTip: Messy bun with stud earrings will look WoW with this attire.
With cold shoulder sleeves, you can add a touch of boho-chic fashion in your ethnic wear. Blouses with cold-shoulder sleeves are fast becoming a must-have fashion ensemble. You can attain a playful appearance by wearing a blouse having cold-shoulder sleeves with a designer lehenga. A designer saree will also lift your stylishness a few notches higher.
#StylingTip- Team up blouse having cold-shoulder sleeves with an embellished saree or a heavily embroidered skirt to hypnotize everyone around!
For a desi ensemble like blouse, it’s really a new thing to try out. The sleeves are joined at the top with two overlapping that create a leaf like shape. There is no underarm seam, hence the design of the sleeve looks like two leaves joining each other.
#NewTip- Wear it with any silk or South Indian saree or even lehenga to let people go gaga over your fresh style.
Blouses having detached sleeves are the hottest fashion trends these days. Resembling cold shoulders, the detached sleeves are the ones that can be attached or detached based on the wearer’s likes and dislikes.
#TiptoStyleitRight- Pull off a truly glamorous look by pairing it up with your saree or lehenga. You won’t go unnoticed for sure!
No matter which sleeves design for blouse you choose from, it’s sure to add to your grace. It’s not only the neckline, but the sleeve patterns also add to a wearer’s overall look.
So women’s, get ready to stitch your blouse sleeve designs with these 2017 catalogue discussed above! It’s time to show your Desi Swag in the most stylish way!
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