How can a woman’s wardrobe be complete without a saree? Pairing it up with the right kind of blouse is always the question that strikes you when you buy a saree. The classic combination of saree and a blouse steals the show whenever you step out in the crowd. Here’s why Tjori understands the answer to this question and has an assorted collection of blouses, tailor-made for all the occasions of modern women to stand out, impeccably in the crowd.
Blouses haven’t been significant until the Europeans introduced the concept of wearing corsets under the silk gown. Shirts were also worn as a part of the garment too before petticoats became a norm.
It was all because of Jnanadanandini Debi, the wife of Satyendranath Tagore - brother of the famous Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore Bengal who enriched blouses, jackets wherein an active leap into the western ideas of dressing. shirts came to be worn under the saree as a part of the polished wardrobe and were adopted by the women who were the cream in the society.
The profound influence of British rule saw it’s reflection on the necklines and the incoming improvisations on the sleeve structures, hemlines, that doesn’t demarcate the boundaries of decency for women.
However, blouses and the necklines have been condemned through the ages and they are redefined by each upcoming age because it spread through the word of mouth. The conventions and the laws were controversial but it never prescribed any length of fabric or something that all women must unanimously adhere to.
Thus, the royalty of saree has surpassed ages and evolved over time like the blouse. The modern spun on blouses has brought out how a spark of creativity can turn the whole ensemble to a different celestial level altogether!
Keep the classic tradition in the saree and let the blouse steal the show. Keep them wondering when you step out in that off shoulder blouse. The drape can fall over the arms, like a stole or keep it tied up with a belt. As stunning as it sounds, the off -shoulder blouse with power sleeve like trumpet sleeve, bell sleeve can accentuate the drama.
Team your trendy crop top with that color blocked saree and keep the game easy and quirky. Welcome the crop top when the traditional blouse gets boring. The crop top has got your back for all the cocktail nights and the fancy dinner nights, keeping it simple, suave and sexy.
The cape blouse has got the hots these days. The shimmer and see through cape or the poncho will make you look nothing less than a Greek goddess with the saree drape and the perfectly pleated crisp pallu and voila! There you’re set to rock.
Welcoming the juiciest trends these days is the long jacket and the saree. The belt game gets a notch higher with the saree when the jacket adds the accurate amount of edge and glam to the everyday monotonous outfit. Pair these with pants and you’re good to go!
What’s the point of the blouse when you can’t show the sexy back? The sheer elegance and sophistication can be scrupulously aligned with sexiness at the same time.
Inspired from Sabyasachi, the buttoned-up back style keeps the skin show minimal. Keep the sheer fabric for the sleeve or sequin and button the back for every time it is not about baring and breaking rules, but about bringing the finesse out.
Cap sleeves and a cut out back with tassel will enrich your look. The freshest trend of the season, nothing can be more alluring with the tassels dangling, and the fascinating flare of the cap sleeve to keep their heads turning. Peplum blouses are on the track, ever since Pernia Qureshi, Sabyasachi, Shyamal and Bhumika showcased them on the runway. The peplum cut is known to accentuate your wait and the heavy embellishments do the rest.
Strappy and racer back blouses look uber cool on any solid color saree. Don’t forget latkans on the doris if you are opting for a strappy blouse, they will keep the blouse placed on the shoulder. The only thing to remember is never to forget the air of confidence when you’re wearing it and choose the back wisely depending on your body type.
Traditionally, the blouses are usually a continued segment of the sarees. Today, when the blouse can magically transform your everyday saree from a borderline casual to a chic look, picking the right fabric cannot be ignored.
The printed fabric of cotton, chanderi, ikkat or handloom on rustic to powder shades is suitable for daywear. The light wear and breathable material makes it the choice for every formal to daywear events.
The bridal blouses stick to heavy and denser fabrics like silk, tassels, sheer and sequin or even brocade. The zari and other rich embroidery stand out in these fabrics, hence these are allotted for the evening to nightwear to dinner parties.
Go for cap sleeves if you want your look to be minimalistic. This old style never fades even if the blouse maybe backless or if it has a low neckline. The cap sleeve will keep your look polished and smart whenever you step out.
Off shoulders have been a forever favorite trend of this generation. Midi or mini or long sleeves, the off shoulder can amp your look anytime, any day!
Keep it classy with powerfull sleeves. As royal as it looks, the full sleeve blouse has always brought about an aura of poise. Especially the kanjiwaram sarees, which can never be complete without these.
Keeping all your needs in mind, tjori has an exhaustive range of blouses that will leave you confused. From all shades to all cuts, the readymade blouse to unstitched designer blouses, tjori brings before you a crafted collection of designer blouses. The enticing prints, impressive cuts, and the sinful shades will make you spoilt for choice. Happy shopping at Tjori!