Blouse neck designs that will have you taking screenshots on repeat
Blouse neck design is the most integral part of the blouse that sets it apart from the rest. Whether you’re a newbie or an old timer stitching a saree blouse, one of the first questions a tailor asks you is about the blouse neck design. It’s often a confusing task while choosing the right blouse design to pair with your saree or lehenga and so let our specialists guide you on some of the best designs to match your personality and style with your outfit.
The 10 most stylish blouse neck designs this festive season!
1. Victorian Blouse
A blast from the past for the new age bride!
Victorian blouse designs have the characteristic puffy shoulders, voluminous details along with lace on the sleeves. This contemporary blouse neck design amps up your bridal outfit for a regal look at your wedding.
2. Sweetheart Neckline
A typical sweetheart neckline blouse design is high at the back and low in front where it is scalloped to resemble the top of a heart. This flattering, dainty look suits all body types, and the blouse design allows you to adorn your décolletage with the finest jewellery.
3. High neck
A high neck or a halter neck blouse design is a bold style to pick. The blouse neck design is such that the cloth covers your skin up to the neck and forms a shape like a choker necklace around it. Tying your hair up into a messy bun along with your favourite pair of earrings will complete this look.
4. Embellished Neck
A blouse neck design that is heavy on the beading and embellishments. Perfect for a bride on her wedding day, the embellished blouse design can be tailormade to your specifications. Choose to go all out with the glamour and sparkles and make sure to have your hair pinned neatly in place so your blouse can do all the talking.
5. Deep Neck
This deep neck blouse design lets you show off not only your outfit but also your jewellery. If you have a heavy necklace that covers your décolletage, this is the right blouse neck design for you. This blouse design also enhances your neckline for a graceful, feminine look. Wear this look with comfort and confidence and you’ll be unstoppable.
6. Collared Blouse
A collared blouse sets a refined tone to your outfit. You can play with colours while mixing & matching the blouse with the saree. Add embellishments or thread work to the collar and sleeve to give your blouse a more festive look.
7. Squared blouse
Simple and dainty, a square neck blouse is a great option for those who want to move out of the box while still staying within their comfort zone. Choosing materials that have self prints or embellishments or intricate thread work suits this blouse neck design.
8. Tube Blouse
If your fun, vibrant, extrovert personality is looking for a matching blouse, then this tube style blouse is the one for you. It pairs well with both a saree and lehenga. Style your hair in a bun or leave it flowing down your shoulders, either way, your blouse will have the spotlight.
Binks tip – If you love this style but are nervous about trying it out, a sheer nude coloured fabric can be stitched to the tube blouse to hold it in place.
9. Off-Shoulder Blouse
Another blouse neck design that showcases your decolletage, while modestly covering your arms. The fun and playful look of the off-shoulder blouse is a great option for bridesmaids’ lehengas at a wedding. Such necklines are perfect for events like a Sangeet or wedding reception.
10. Ruffled Neckline
A bold blouse for a bold personality. A ruffled neckline blouse does not shy away from attention. Customise your blouse to have as many frills and ruffles as you desire. They add a variety of textures to your outfit and make for a unique look at any wedding or party.
There you have it! Some of the must-have blouse neck designs for the upcoming festival season. And the best part – you can get all these designs stitched from the convenience of your home, with a little help from Binks. To get started, place an order on our website or WhatsApp us on +91 85440 70539.
FAQs on the Binks’ blouse stitching
1. What is Binks?
We are India’s first personal fashion brand for women. From offering a design consultation with our in-house fashion advisors to getting your garment ready with our team of tailors, Binks can make you clothing that you love and truly fits you.
2. How much does it cost to stitch a blouse?
We charge ₹999 for a basic blouse with no detailing, and ₹1199 for a blouse with detailing. If you’d like pads added we charge ₹150 extra.
3. How long does it take to stitch the blouse?
Our delivery timeline is quick and hassle-free! We usually take 5 to 15 days depending on the blouse. If you live in Bangalore, you can opt for express delivery.