The day we have been thinking that we are nearing towards our favorite festival - it might be say a. month before and that's when the preparations began. Whether it is Wedding or Durga Puja, may be Ganesh Chaturthi or may be a simple Birthday... no matter what we feel like pre-made plannings are always a part of our life. 

But it is not just the drape in which we restrict ourselves, we have stretched across and have also planned for the accessories that we like to try on - to look classy, restored and pumped up. And designer blouses is a part of those accessories and ornamentation. And talking of blouse - wearing a sleeveless or a three quarter or with puffed sleeveless or a backless is not something we keep ourselves busy.

As the festive season is in full swing, so I thought to take my dig and wanted you to help you with some of the attractive blouse neck designs that you can definitely try in 2021 and beyond. trust me some of the coolest designs that we have picked is easy to make your designers will enjoy to make them as well.

Ready to jump into our wagon? So, read on...

Top 20 Blouse Neck Designs to Try in 2021

With fashion booming every day, there area plethora of options to vary your blouse designs. From creative back designs to neckline and sleeves, blouses can be customized in ions of ways.

We, as always come here to get you the best fashion-inspired blouses that you may renew your wardrobe with. Well, I have created a list of twenty but I wont like to overburden with all the twenty in one shot. let just get started.

#1. Collar Neck Blouse

This collar helps to accentuate your neckline and save you from cleavage issues in blouses. You can customize the collar of your blouse by having thread work or embroidery over your collar.

1. Body Types: Broad shoulders, Long and petite necks, Well-toned collar bones
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Light fabrics like Satins, Georgettes

A Big No for: Women with very short necks

#2. Jacket Style Blouse

This collar is funky for the winters and autumns, jacket blouses have become a daily visual in the fashion world. They are highly preferable with Dhoti Saris and Sari with pants. You can accessorise with belts and kamarbandhs and just look ravishing. 

1. Body Types: Petite, Pear Shaped, Hourglass shaped
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Satin, Georgette

How to Pair a T-Shirt Instead of a Blouse with Your Drape

In this video the lady demonstrate 10 of the easy blouse hacks to help you look the best in any outfit. Sorry I got this video in Hindi, but I bet you will like it as the hacks are demonstrated and the language wont be a barrier. 

#3. Sheer Neck Blouse

Sheer blouses are a huge favourite among the young crowds and just look so Wow! Although be very sure of your curves unless you want to show those great flabs!

1. Body Types: Petite women
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Light and floating fabrics

A Big No for: Plump and fat women

#4. Princess Cut Blouse

This cut is one of the most versatile design. It clings tight to your bosom and has broad necklines exhibiting your collar bones. 

1. Body Types: Well-toned shoulders, Average busted women.
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Designer Sarees, Satin 

A Big No for: Heavy chested or flat chested women 

#5. Spaghetti Strap Blouse

Similar to the style of spaghetti tops, blouses with noodle or spaghetti straps are becoming very popular these days. Designers have now started using heavy pearls or stones in place of straps to make statement designs.

1. Body Types: Hourglass Shapes, Triangle, Round shaped women
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Designer Sarees, brocade, Chiffon

A Big No for: Heavy chested or flat-chested women, Women with heavy arms

#6. Keyhole Neck Blouse

For those of you who love to experiment with necklines rather than blouse styles, a keyhole neckline looks amazing. This is anew style. You can accentuate the blouse by going for a well-embellished blouse or matching neckpiece. 

Well you can try and experiment with the outfit of your choice this festive season. So mix and match and try.

#7. Crew Neck Blouse

If you have a tender long neck to flaunt and a very beautiful border in your saree pallu, this one is one of its kind. We find these better than the collared necks as they give you the space for neckpieces as well. 

1. Body Types: Tender and Slim women
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Chinon and Chiffon

A Big No for: Flat chested women

#8. Bandeau Style Blouse

Bandeau blouses look extremely chic and sensuous. They flaunt your shoulders and bosom and look ravishing if you are going for s shimmering saree along your outfit. Though strapless blouses need to be worn with well-fitted corsets or strapless bras.

1. Body Types: Very well-toned women
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Light Fabrics

A Big No for: Those who do not favour exposure

#9. Corset Blouse

They can be strapless or with sleeves. it looks like a corset, these are tight-fitted blouses and accentuate your whole torso. If you have a superb figure to flaunt, pick one of these this weekend.

1. Body Types: Very well-toned women
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Skirt Saris, Retro Drape

A Big No for: Apple Shaped, Pear-shaped women

#10. Mandarin Blouse

Blouses with Mandarin necklines or what we call as Ban necks are becoming a chic option. They can be customized and backless or embellished back blouses. A mandarin neck looks ravishing on women with long slim necks.

1. Body Types: All body types
2. Saree fabrics to try with: Georgette, Chiffon, Chinon, Satin

A Big No for: Women with plump necks and short necks

Wait Till the Next List

So my dear ladies I will be back after some days with the next list of top ten other designs. Choose from any one of these fancy blouse necks and try it on this festive season. 


One tip for you ladies - Do not accessorize too much with these blouses, else you’ll look like a jewelry counter!!!

Author Bio

Sumana Bhattacharya completed her Masters in Economics from the University of Calcutta & was working with the Department of Education, Govt. of West Bengal to provide training to the teachers in Government Schools. She moved to USA in 2005 after getting married & is the mother of 2 kids. She is the one that drives IndyVogue every day, every hour, every minute and every second. Salute to her and her undying spirit.

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