7 amazing blouses inspired by Shilpa Shetty every woman must have in her wardrobe!

7 amazing blouses inspired by Shilpa Shetty every woman must have in her wardrobe!

If you are scouting for some amazing blouses, we have curated a list of some of the most amazing blouses sported by Shilpa Shetty Kundra

As a fan of traditional wear, I often opt for a saree when it comes to formal parties. But apart from focussing on this nine yard wonder, I pay special attention to its blouse.

That's because more often than not, we underestimate this piece of cloth and concentrate only on the saree. As a result, what could have been the best look of the day turns into a disappointment.

So if you are still scouting for that 'best' blouse, we have curated a list of some of the most amazing blouses worn by Shilpa Shetty Kundra. These are fresh in their styling and will make you look like a million bucks!

#1 Lace

A lace saree can be quite confusing when it comes to finding the right blouse for it. So instead of looking for any other cloth option, get a lace blouse stitched in preferably the same colour as the saree. 

Plus, if you really want to use contrast, you can team your blouse with a georgette or chiffon saree. But avoid heavy drapes with a lace blouse, because it will take away attention from the blouse.

#2 Mirror work

A mirror work blouse looks absolutely stunning and can be paired with any kind of saree. You can even play with its sleeves, colors and overall length.

Shilpa Shetty Kundra has paired this beautiful onion coloured saree with her mirror work blouse and it looks even graceful with longer sleeves. You can try cut sleeves or racer back mirror work blouses. But this is certainly a must-have in the saree wardrobe!

Continue reading to see this one blouse of Shilpa Shetty that you probably already own!

#3 Zari embroidery

Our love for zari embroidery can never go away. And why should it. After all it's a beautiful handiwork and its pieces turn out super elegant. 

If you are not too fond of heavy zari work, but feel that such an embroidery would look good with your saree, then you can cut the sleeves. This will still give you that royal look, without making it heavy to wear.  

#4 Banarasi

The age-old tradition of Banarasi is still quite strong simply because it looks ethereal. A banarasi blouse such as the one sported by Kundra here can add a bold look to your otherwise dull saree.

If you opt for bolder colours, make sure your saree is contrasted well or is of the same colour. This way the attention does not deviate from the blouse.

#5 Net

While net was quite the rage a few years back, it is being used too add quirk to traditional pieces. Take a cue from yummy-mummy Kundra to learn how to team a peter pan net blouse, saree and baloon pants together. 

This style of saree draping is currently a rage and if you are planning to add this to your wardrobe, make it look more unconventional by going the Shetty way!    

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#6 Sequin

Sequin blouses never fail to impress. Their best quality is their ability to gel with any type of cloth and colour. Plus, they add oomph and bling to an otherwise dull saree.

The only trick to nailing a sequin blouse is to keep the saree in single shade! Too much colour on the saree will just make the whole look jagged.

#7 Silk

Silks can never go out of fashion and can be worn almost in all seasons, even in summers if you are up for it. While most of us go for the conventional blouses with deep cuts on the back and simple long sleeves, how about embracing the off-shoulder trend with this blouse.

Kundra carries off this trend superbly and shows us exactly how it is to be done!

Read: 7 traditional Indian sarees every woman must have in her wardrobe

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Written by

Deepshikha Punj