Velvet is a royal fabric that is used in more ways than one. Whether it is a saree blouse, boots, or the perfect blazer for work, velvet is a versatile material. After being a hit in the 90s’, velvet blouses are back in trend, and how! We spotted many donning the stunning velvet saree blouses off late and we are mesmerized. We put together a few looks that you can certainly try next time you plan on dressing up fancy.
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Collar Blouse Designs
Who would have thought velvet saree blouses with collars looked so elegant and poise? With a little embellishment around the collar, this pattern would instantly add drama and oomph up your look.
Similarly, the Peter-pan collar is yet another style in the collared velvet blouses to explore. Even Isha Ambani couldn’t resist trying out this velvet blouse pattern and slayed it in! In fact, even Sabyasachi’s entire collection revolved around peter-pan velvet blouses, isn’t that amazing?
Full Sleeves Velvet Blouses
Sometimes it’s better to stick to the conventional route and let it work its magic. Remember Shruti Haasan slaying in that gorgeous off-shoulder velvet saree blouse? Well, we won’t be wrong to say, that there is nothing as stunning as a full-sleeved velvet saree blouse! From Aishwarya to Urvashi Rautella, so many celebs prove our point further with their amazing style.
Just as the conventional full-sleeved blouse, sleeveless velvet blouses also have a charm of their own. They look phenomenal and add a touch of sexiness and grace to your look. You can also explore your way towards halter and turn up the heat in the simple and minimalistic sleeveless velvet blouse.
Embellished Velvet Blouses
Trust us when we say that silver embroidery looks amazing only on velvet blouses! Experiment with Maggam work, zardosi, or simple thread work, and it is bound to look great on velvet. Velvet gives the embellishments an embossed effect and makes it look gorgeous.
Bridal Velvet Blouses
Many brides are also opting for these nowadays! They look phenomenal when they are in embellished velvet. Be it for lehengas or sarees, heavily embellished bridal velvet blouses have a special place of their own.
These Sabyasachi brides opted for velvet blouses for their D-day and we just cannot take our eyes off them!
Keep It Plain And Simple
No matter what neckline or blouse pattern, velvet has a charm that makes even a plain blouse stand out. The minimalistic charisma of velvet saree blouses works with both plain and heavy sarees. Experiment with the necklines to add jazz up the look if you want.
Ditch the same old necklines and blouse patterns and explore the boldness. Scroll through the Sabyasachi collection for those plunging necklines and structured neck patterns. The richness of velvet is sure to enhance the beauty of the neckline even more.
Bring the stylish and sexy back in the game! Not just the front necklines, but also focus on enhancing the back neck blouse patterns. From high neck to scoop back neck, these velvet saree blouses are sure to turn a few heads your way.
Have you tried velvet blouses yet? If not, we urge you to try it this season and slay like a diva!