Nowadays net or tulle is so much in fashion. It is not only confined to lehangas and gowns, but is also being used for blouses and sarees. Many modern day designs can be created using this fabric. Find some inspiration here…..
Embroidered net detail– Using an embroidered net instead of plain net is a good option for those who do not wish to expose much. Use this at the front panel. You can use the same net for a sheer back or use the same front pattern for back.
Back net detail with buttons– A creative back detail, printed and embroidered materials goes well with tulle. Create a half tulle effect with square neck for back, with eye catchy contrast button details.
Front neck and sleeves in net– A perfect for a clean and crisp designer finishings. A blouse in plain raw silk looks interesting with a front and sleeves in sheer look with embroidery over the seam areas to match the saree.
Back detailing with center slit -Sheer effect can also be achieved with transparent fabrics like chiffon or organza. A tone on tone embroidered transparent fabric is used at the back with a center slit. Good for people who want to try sheer backs but without much of exposure of skin.
Half sheer back with square neck– Afraid of wearing deep back necks, but would love trying them, then this style is for you. Gives a maximum coverage in a form of square neck. The embroidered motif placed at the center does justice to the design.
Chantley Back Design– Chantley laces are the best and one of the finest quality of patterned tulle available. Their use instantly lifts up the design. Used here as a blouse with collar neck where back and small cap sleeves are done in this fabric. This design is perfect for your party wear sarees.
The Perfect Sheer blouse– Yes we call this a perfect sheer blouse, as the entire blouse is done entirely on net, with the lower bust are embroidered in nice pattern. The cups cover the bust area leaving other areas to give a sheer effect.