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South Indian brides run hither and thither, and sometimes spend hours online checking for chic and trendy blouses to pair with their Kanjeevaram sarees. As it is you have enough on your head, and planning for a south Indian wedding isn’t an easy deal. Tam-bram brides would know best what we speak off, and especially when mommies and aunties pitch in their two cents on being traditional, but you want a fashionable touch too. Here are six adorable blouse designs to wear with your Kanjeevaram sarees, which wouldn’t raise the hullabaloo and eyebrows around, and yet make you the princess on D-Day!
Kanjeevaram sarees are one attire of Indian clothing, which we cannot get tired stocking up on and flaunting them at the first given chance, can we? However, instead of wearing the mom-approved boring old cholis with the Kanjeevaram saree, you could go artsy and chic. Artistic sleeves in raw silk and cotton silk fabrics and with plenty of embroidery done on them makes a good combination to wear at your wedding. Glam up the wedding blouses with heavily embroidered zari and chikankari work on the sleeves.
Director Siva Nageswara Rao’s daughter’s wedding was a high key ceremony with a whole lot of celebs and actors attending the do. We loved the bride’s golden kanjeevaram silk saree to the tee! The heavily worked upon pink, elbow-sleeved blouse that she wore with the saree added to the oomph and the grandeur. We also like how she didn’t go over-the-top with jewellery keeping it minimal and basic.