Ethnic wear is a forever trend in India and is an essential part of every Indian woman’s wardrobe that makes a woman look stunningly gorgeous. Most of the Indian dresses like saree, lehenga, and ghagra choli require blouse to be worn by women. Indian dresses are indispensable without blouses as it adds beauty and style to the ethnic dresses. So, when we talk about fashion related to ethnic wears, it obviously includes blouse as well.
One of the most famous and impressive blouse styles that Indian women love to wear is Asymmetrical neckline blouse that goes well with both traditional and western outfits.
History of Blouse:
Blouse, the word now most commonly refers to girl’s upper garment was formerly worn by men, women, and children. The asymmetrical pattern blouses were also famous at the time when India was ruled by Kings and Queens.
Types of Asymmetrical blouse:
This design creates a unique look for your asymmetrical blouse and it can be designed in a number of ways. Generally, the term Asymmetrical neckline refers to a design that cut across the torso diagonally, starting over one shoulder to under the other arm. Uneven neckline blouse includes ruffle design at the front or back neckline of the blouse.
- Twisted collar blouse is designed with various style of collar that generally goes well with the palazzos, simple and printed sarees and Plain lehenga.
- Gibbous sleeves blouse can be designed with variations like with one completely normal sleeve and other totally oversized one or sleeveless that can be dressed with party wear sarees.
- Lopsided Hemlines blouse is designed with a twisted cut at hemlines and this creates stunning impression if wore with long skirts, lehengas, and palazzos.
- Listed are the patterns that you can try for your trendy uneven blouse with next outfit.
- Spaghetti Strap Asymmetrical neckline Off-shoulder blouse
- High collar, Round back cut, Keyhole on the back, and Pot back design taunting T in Shape on your back.
- Back Work String style, Quadrilateral Boat neck and back Halter neck.
Unplanned blouse designs:
These uneven designs blouse adds a contemporary look to your style. An asymmetrical neckline gives the blouse a stunning vogue. This type of blouse with the Stone, Kundan and zari work, Lace straps, and embroidery takes the responsibility to relish the saree look. Plain blouse with varieties of hemline cut creates hot and stylish western look if worn with jeans, skirts, and shorts. Spaghetti Strap Noodle designed blouse define your styling in modifying version.
Why wear crooked Blouse?
These uneven and crooked designs are one of the more conspicuous trends in the country. It adds a flaunting desire to your outfit and gives you an elongating and slimming look. Long length unsymmetrical blouse serves as camouflage for your tummy.
How to wear?
The Lopsided and uneven blouse is very trendy this season and goes well with both traditional and western looks. So, style this blouse with your saree, Palazzo, lehenga or skirts and give it a perfect look.
Wear this blouse with Kanjeevaram silk sarees, Banarasi sarees or Bengali style sarees and give your outfit an elegant and sophisticated look. Prefer one shoulder asymmetrical saree blouse with cutwork for parties. Pair uneven collar pattern saree blouse with printed sarees and floral sarees for formal events with light make up. Select the jewellery according to the design of your saree.
Give your lehenga a contemporary touch by wearing lopsided single arm blouse. Choose contrast colours for your blouse that go well with the lehenga. Avoid dupatta or use light work dupatta to highlight the gibbous pattern of your blouse. Wear stone studded earring and high heels to give the complete look to your outfit.
You can wear long length lopsided hemline cut blouses with palazzos to flaunt your casual look with light makeup and heels.
Give your uneven blouse a western touch by wearing it with the skirts and accessorise yourself with the right selection of jewellery. It can be best paired with stilettos for an elegant look.
This pattern suits almost all the body type but it is perfect for a plump and petite woman. Avoid too many asymmetrical patterns in the same outfit as it creates an annoying impression.