Sleeveless Saree Blouse
A saree is one of the most common and loved women’s attire especially in South Asia. Its simplicity and practical comfort combined with the sense of luxury and style is what makes the saree an age old yet most sought after women’s wear. In fact a saree is an Indian women’s statement to the world.This single length of material is also one of the most versatile garments in existence. Sarees look equally beautiful and give equal grace and glamor to every woman irrespective of caste, age, height, weight or complexion and on almost all occasions as daily wear, party wear, bridal wear and so on.
Saree fabric can range from fine cotton to shimmering silks, elegant chiffon to sensuous nets, from flowing georgettes to smooth crepes etc. As per different occasions and needs, sarees can be from very simple to heavy embellished ones. Wedding sarees have rich and intricate embroidery of resham, zardosi, sequins, stones, crystals etc. The colors can be vibrantly bright to subdued pastels. There are sarees to match every mood and occasion and to suit every budget. And that’s not all, this extremely graceful attire can be draped in various stylish manners.To drape the saree, you need two essential accessories with the saree, i.e. matching blouse (choli) and a petticoat. These are the key accessories that maintain and even enhance the overall look and shape of the saree.
Choli or blouse is a tightly fitted, short shirt like garment worn under a saree. Saree blouse also comes in a variety of simple to designer and from sober to heavy embellished ones. Most common are short sleeved, sleeveless blouses, spaghetti straps, bell sleeved blouse, wrap-around etc. Blouses with long sleeves in transparent chiffon or net are also gaining popularity. For a casual, westernized or bold look you can opt for off-shoulder versions (with or without strings) and even Lycra blouses. Designer blouses with sleeveless and neck cut in different designs are currently high in demand.indian women blouses without saree