More than the front neckline its the back neck designs which brings more difference to the look of the blouse. So if you are bored of the same old neck designs then we have some really out of the box design ideas for you. So next time when you plan a saree blouse, or a lehnga blouse do keep these designs in mind…..
The Jharokha look– Taking inspiration from the Indian architecture is not new to fashion and so we see this neckline as an inspiration of the pretty jharokha or the windows seen in ancient and historical monuments. Addition of a bold and eggagerated tassel adds to the age old charm of the design.
Deep V cut– Opting for a deep V cut neck is a bold decision but if you love this deign then laying the look with a sheer or a pre embellished fabric will be the best idea. What makes this design more special is the addition of an embroidered motif at the end of the design.
Tie up detail– If you ask us what is different in this blouse then we would say that the combination of a spagetthi strap blouse paired with a tie up detail at the back makes this style really different to try at least once.
Fake a double neckline– A little complicated but a very sexy and stylish design this is. A broad V neck design can be clubed with a tie up detail covering the back perfectly.
Back collar design– If you are eyeing on a collar design then this halter neck inspired design can give you some inspiration.