7 Back Neckline Design For Blouses

Deciding neckline for blouses is very tricky, and deciding the back neckline design is even more trickier. But your job will become a lot more easier with these inspirational designs in the list. Go through them…..

The racer back style– A deep V neck blouse can be combined with an embroidered racer back panel like in the picture. So if you want a blouse with a sexy back design, but are not so comfortable in reveling so much then this is the trick to hide it a bit.

The peek-a-boo look– If you want to wear a backless design, but also want to cover it a bit then watch out for this design.

The back pleats– Give the regular blouse design a kick by adding pleated panels on the sides. The addition of an embroidered panel at the middle will make the back design more interesting.

Back tie up– A perfect top style blouse to wear with a lehnga or a skirt. So give plain back a little kick by ending the hemline midway, and use tie up detail at the end.

Side cuts– The side cuts give an extra edge to the plain back neck designs.

The backless back open style– A regular back open design can look a lot more sexier when combined with a backless design like this.

Inverted V neck– V neckline looks sexy and feminine. Go for an inverted V cut with a back strap to pair with your lehnga skirt.

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