Bow Styles For Blouses

As children, we all have used this style either in frocks, skirts, dresses or in tops. Bows look feminine and add a style to the garment. But it is not confined just to kidswear or western wear for women, infact it brilliantly goes with Indian silhouettes and adds a fusion touch to the ensemble. Many celebrities can be seen flaunting this style in various Bollywood movies and songs. Here are few fashionable tips to wear this style with a desi Indian look….


Peplum top with a saree– A peplum top with deep back neck and bow tying detail goes well with a saree. If you have a printed saree then opt for a plain blouse with this detail.


Boat neck bow style– Bows look best when you do not have too many contrasts and elements in the dress. Since they themselves are very high on style quotient, so adding an other elements is really not needed. If you have a plain saree blouse, then try this style for a super stylish blouses with a front boat neck and a deep cut at the back. Finish it with a broad bow style.

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The lower back bow style– One more option is to have a tie up detail at the lower back of the blouse, which can be tied up in a bow style once worn. The back can also be in a sheer material like net, chiffon etc for a sheer back look.


Double bow style– To make it more dramatic, a double bow style can be tried. It is generally a fixed style, unlike the previous styles where two strings are tied in a bow shape. Tassels and other decorative things can also be added to it.

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