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Buy Saree and Lehenga Blouses Online

“I have nothing to wear!” Sound familiar? Not when you want to wear ethnic clothes and can swap a saree blouse or a lehenga blouse to create a new outfit. The beauty of mixing and matching ethnic wear is that you can wear the same clothes many times over yet style differently so that it looks like a new ensemble every time.

Whether a lehenga or saree, the blouse design plays an integral part in completing the look. The same lehenga or saree can look dramatically different when paired with a different custom-made saree blouse.

For example, if you typically wear same-colored blouses with a plain black or grey silk saree, you can mix it up by pairing them with a pink silk designer blouse or bottle green saree blouse instead. This will elevate your ensemble tremendously. So mix and match your saree blouse and lehenga blouse with different readymade blouses to create new looks every time you wear them.

Buy Blouses For Sarees

Traditionally, the saree blouse has a distinct structure and cut and tends to carry forward the saree’s embroidery, motifs, or color. Blouses seamlessly blend with designer sarees and look perfectly paired together. However, nothing stops you from mixing it up and wearing a crop top or a lehenga choli with your saree. Bold, distinct, and stylish, you can transform your saree with a designer choli in a contrasting color that has bold work or is styled fashionably.

Koskii has a wide range of mix and match saree blouses that you can pair with any saree to elevate it to game-changing levels. These are extravagant pieces that are well-fitted and designed to make an impression.

For example, pair a bottle green velvet embroidered blouse with a baby pink or blue chiffon saree, and you’ve got yourself a winning ensemble. Or you can wear a blouse with spaghetti straps and beautiful mirror work with a plain saree for a sophisticated look.

Buy Blouses For Lehengas

Lehenga cholis also typically match the lehenga design. But you can spice things up by wearing a different blouse instead. For example, pair a brocade blouse with a velvet lehenga for an utterly royal look. Or pair a velvet choli with zari work with a net lehenga skirt and net dupatta for variety. When you shop at Koskii’s mix and match selection for lehenga blouses, you will find gorgeous blouses that blend seamlessly with sarees or bridal lehengas and stand out as stunning pieces on their own. This is one way you can reuse your bridal lehengas efficiently by dressing them up or down with different blouses.

Shop Online For Blouses

If there’s one thing in Indian wear that requires perfect tailoring, it is the saree blouse and lehenga blouse. Ill-fitting blouses are a disaster and make the entire outfit look sloppy and unfinished. This is why many women choose a custom-made saree blouse over a readymade blouse. The key to gorgeous lehengas or sarees is perfectly fitted blouses.

Shopping online makes it hard to find readymade blouses with the right fit. Unless you shop at Koskii. Our collection of blouses is available in standard sizes and fits most of our customers. We also have a tailoring option for those who want a custom-made saree blouse.

We ensure that problematic areas like the sleeves are left off till you buy it and can get it sized accordingly. Shopping for blouses for lehengas and sarees can be a truly effortless experience at Koskii. We understand your needs and ensure that we deliver superior customer experiences at every interaction.

How To Select A Designer Blouse That’s Perfect For You?

It is often said that the blouse makes the saree. You can dress a saree up or dress it down based on the blouse you wear. While the saree has remained timeless, designer blouses, on the other hand, have undergone a metamorphosis in recent years. From staid, ordinary blouses, today you can wear halter tops, bandeau blouses and even a shirt! So how do you choose what blouse to wear with that gorgeous saree you just got from your mother? At our last count, there are over 40 different blouse designs that you can wear with your saree. There may be more, we’ve stopped counting.

So how do you select the perfect blouse from the plethora of choices available?

Well, the perfect designer blouse has certain criteria: It has to,

  1. Blending with the saree: If you have a printed blouse piece and layer it with a printed saree, that’s a disaster waiting to happen. Unless of course, you match the design on the saree with the one on the blouse piece really well. The general rule is either the blouse or the saree will have to be plain and the other printed. You cannot mix up prints, embroidery unless it carries the same motifs and is of the same colour range.
  2. Rising to the occasion: You can elevate your saree with your blouse. You can take a drab saree and convert it into a fun flirty ensemble with a little imagination. However, fun and flirty may not be appropriate in all situations. For example, in a professional setting, you want to come across as being well-dressed and not really flirty.
  3. Flattering: This is where the magic happens. While all blouse designs can be worn, some designs will look exceptionally flattering on you more than others. Finding out what looks good on you is both an art and science. If your arms are toned and lovely, consider wearing a sleeveless blouse or a strappy one. Spent hours at the gym? Consider wearing a bandeau blouse or a crop top to show off your killer-abs. If on the other hand, you have a food baby that you want to hide, a peplum blouse will do wonders. Find what looks good on you and use it to your advantage.

Update Your Wardrobe With Eye-Catching Variants of Blouse

There are multiple variants to blouse designs. Here are the major ones.

  • Blouse Neck designs: Do you want a boat neck? A Chinese collar? A halter neck? A high neck? A peter pan collar neck? A square neck? There are so many to choose from. Which one will look perfect on you? Here’s our take on this question. Find something you like and wear what feels the most comfortable for you. Don’t worry about fashion norms or how slender your arms are. You do you, boo!
  • Back blouse designs: Another area that you can experiment with, is in blouse back designs. You can go from a demure back blouse design like a keyhole design to a backless blouse that is held together with a sophisticated tie-up. Which one looks best on you? They all do, sista! Wear what feels the most comfortable for you and wear your style, not something you saw in a magazine. Borrow ideas by all means, but make the design yours in a way that looks the most flattering on you.
  • Embroidery and mirror work: If your saree is of a solid colour, you can go to town with the embroidery on your blouse. Mirror or sequin or cut dana work looks fabulous. Printed designs and embroidery also add a lot of charm to your ensemble. Make sure your accessories go with whatever embroidery you select. Too many designs can make your ensemble look cluttered and busy.
  • Sleeves: Or perhaps no sleeves at all? There’s a wide range here as well. Full-sleeved, elbow-length, cap sleeve, sleeveless, off the shoulder blouses… the list is endless. Sleeves add sophistication and charm to your blouse so choose with care. One thing we recommend is to play around with different styles and designs. Even if you’ve found your holy grail of blouse designs, don’t hesitate to experiment and try something new. How else will you be able to update your style? This way you can keep your wardrobe interesting and unpredictable.
  • Tie-ups and criss-cross designs: Add a 3D feel to your blouses with tie-ups and criss-cross designs. Tie-ups can be both functional—where the blouse stays in place because of the tie-up— or decorative, such as a tie-up around the neck where it serves no other purpose than to add an interesting element to your blouse. Criss-cross designs can range from partial to total where the entire back of the blouse is made of slotted or criss-cross cords. Or they can be used in a corner of your neck of back design to keep things interesting.

At the end of the day, a saree blouse is a tiny piece of fabric that has the ability to make or break your saree ensemble. Get your blouse right, and you are more than halfway to an outstanding outfit. No matter what style you choose, make sure your designer blouse is well-fitted, not loose and not too tight, and you’re good to go. Mix it up. Experiment. Wear it your way. You’ve got this!

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