Blouse is one of the most essential part of the bridal ensemble. So, let's decode some back designs of blouses spotted on brides.
By Tanya Shree
The bride, Avisha Chaudhary dazzled in a floral grey tulle and silk lehenga at her Anand Karaj ceremony. However, it was the buttoned-up back design of her blouse that stole the show.
The 'Pahadi' bride, Shriya Negi donned an orange-coloured lehenga and paired it with a round-back neck blouse. However, it was the tasselled 'dori' design that completed her overall look.
Meet the 'Marathi' bride, Pratiksha, who wore a 'nauvari' saree paired with a customised cream-hued blouse. It featured Goddess, Rukmini's portrait at the back and 'tulsi' plant motif on the sides.
Sheetal Khadun opted for a ginger orange-coloured lehenga for her D-day and paired it with a matching-coloured velvet 'choli'. Her blouse featured an angular back neck and 'dori' detailing.
The bride, Chia turned into a 'desi dulhaniya' in a red-hued embellished lehenga. However, it was her blouse with a backless neck featuring a 'dori' and bead detailing tassel that stole the show.
The bride, Megha Y Bhatia wore an off-white lehenga with intricate embroidery. She paired it with a mirror-work embellished blouse, which featured a deep back design and mirror-detailed tassel.
Our 'dulhaniya', Sushmita Naik dazzled on her wedding day in a red lehenga. However, the 'choli' was the star of her outfit. It featured a triangle-shaped back design with embroidery and sleek 'dori'.
Sabyasachi bride, Ramneet Kandola wore a red lehenga and paired it with a similar-coloured round cutout, detailed-designed blouse. The bride looked regal in her wedding attire.
Suvanya got married to her love, Aman Kalra in a dreamy wedding. For her D-day, she wore a plain red lehenga and paired it with a sleeveless blouse which featured a fancy cutout at the back.
The 'Punjabi' bride, Dr Nimrata Kaur wore a stunning red-coloured lehenga at her wedding dinner party. However, it was the open-back design of the 'choli' that had made her look stand out.
Sonam Kapadia opted for an ivory-hued lehenga her reception night. She completed her look with a statement full-sleeve semi-backless blouse with fabric string details.
The bride-to-be, Shreya Agarwal wore an embellished lehenga at her 'roka' ceremony. She paired it with a blouse having a see-through back featuring diamond-adorned pieces and floral patterned design.
Karisma turned into a Sabyasachi bride in a white-hued lehenga. However, it was her plunging neckline blouse with a round cutout back with a 'dori' detailing design that caught our attention.
Devika became a 'bhartiya dulhan' in a red-hued lehenga. She paired it with a 'choli' which featured 'jhumki' embellishment at the hemline and added a glamorous touch to her look.
The bride, Saanchi Bansal stunned in a dual-coloured brocade lehenga at her 'mehendi' ceremony. However, her blouse with a multi-string-back design made her stand out on her special day.
Diksha Patel ditched the traditional colours, and opted for a blush-pink-hued lehenga for her special day. She paired it with a heavily embellished boat-neck blouse featuring a fully-covered back.
Bride-to-be, Saum wore a yellow-hued floral printed saree at her 'haldi' ceremony. However, it was her customised blouse featuring her wedding hashtag embroidered on the back that garnered attention.
Pooja wore a beautiful ivory-hued lehenga on her D-day. She paired it with a heavily embroidered blouse which featured customised tassels adorned with names on the padded cushion 'latkans'.
The South Indian bride, Sowndarya wore a traditional red-coloured 'kanjivaram' saree on her wedding day. She paired it with a heavily embellished blouse which featured a temple motif at the back.
The bride, Shreya Mahajan donned a beautiful red-coloured lehenga and paired it with a heavily embroidered blouse. The back of the 'choli' featured jewelled neckpiece-like design on the upper side.