Sari Blouse Designs & Types

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Sari Blouse Designs & Types
Designer sari blouses are all the rage these days. (Medioimages/Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Bollywood trends are influencing the latest styles for the modern Asian woman, and sari blouses in designer styles are a hot fashion item these days. While saris with attached blouses are no longer considered fashionable, women today can choose from many blouse styles, such as off the shoulder, halter necks, boat necks, backless styles and more.

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Choli Blouse

The choli blouse is a fitted, bustier-type top with or without shoulders. The bustier can extend to the waist or just cover the bust. Choli styles can feature a fitted tube or a high choli designed to show off the stomach. The single shoulder is a blouse with one shoulder strap, leaving the other shoulder bare. The backless choli bares the back with a thin strip to tie it together for extra sex appeal.

Halter and Bikini Styles

These blouses feature ties or strings. The halter neck blouse can be tied or stitched around the neck and back. The bikini style blouse is similar to a halter neck only the straps are thinner. The bikini style also may feature thin fabric straps extending from the bottom of the bust. These strings also may be adorned with jewels or pearls for a more fashionable look.

Spaghetti and String, Tie-up Styles

These designer blouses feature spaghetti-style straps, flat straps or strings for extra sex appeal. One tie-up style has no buttons or zippers. Long straps tie the blouse together at the lower back to show off the back. Blouses with stringed backs have extra string at the back in a variety of designs, either interwoven or hanging loose. Showing the back with sexy styles is becoming more fashionable for the Asian woman.

Fabrics and Accessories

Sari blouses come in a variety of fabrics, such as cotton, silk, satin, crepe and georgette. Colours can be bright and intense, such as strong yellows, bright reds or royal blue, or colours can be softer pastels or more muted shades of browns and greens. Blouses often are enhanced with beads, sequins, crystals and stones that are woven and embroidered into the fabric for a unique look.

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