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Ah Sabyasachi!

The one wedding couture brand every bride dreams of dressing up in.

Known for transforming ethnic textiles into gorgeous outfits with a dash of inspiration from Indian heritage and culture, Sabyasachi Mukherjee's designs are hard to ignore. The designer's ensembles are known to celebrate culture and tradition such that they are appealing to the contemporary audience.

Not just bridal lehengas and sarees, Sabyasachi's blouse designs are worth all the attention as well. The brand's blouses add an X-factor to the overall look and the options to elevate your look are endless. We are already huge suckers for unique blouse designs and when it is a ’Sabyasachi’, it's tough not to fall head over heels for them. 

Sabyasachi's blouse designs are opulent, classy and drop-dead gorgeous. Here are some awe-inspiring picks of Sabyasachi blouses that are worth bookmarking for your trousseau!

Popular Sabyasachi Blouse Designs

The Plunging Necklines

Let's be honest, blouses with plunging necklines have their unique fan-following! There's just something about a blouse with a plunging neckline that has our hearts in a bind. No one does plunging necklines like Sabya. And for the 2022 bride, we're predicting a rise in affinity towards these blouses with scandalous necklines. 

Read More: 17 Fancy & Glam Neckline Designs for All Your Bridal Outfits

The Chic Close Neck Blouse

A classic for any bride building her trousseau, the close neck blouse with an elbow or full sleeves is one of the most gorgeous blouse designs we've spotted in the collection. It's smart, chic and elegant from every angle and is capable of smartly shifting all the attention to the person wearing it. Pair it with a heavy choker necklace and some grand chaandbalis and you're good to go!

Also Read: 45+ Full Sleeves Blouses To Pick For Your Winter Wedding

The Metallic Blouses That Won Us Over

There's just something about this gorgeous Sabyasachi metallic blouse that has us instantaneously glamorised. Our eyes sort of glimmered with excitement when we saw this blouse design years ago, and would choose this one over any design on any given day. Woven with silver, gold and copper accents, these metallic blouses have a uniqueness to them that can be paired well with a light lehenga skirt, some diamonds and of course, the quintessential 'no-makeup' look. 

Bookmark: 30+ Real Brides who wore Magnetising Metallic Lehengas

The Corset Blouses

Inspired by Zeenat Aman’s ‘Satyam Shivam Sundaram’ character, corseted blouses are known as ‘The Chaand'. And Sabyasachi is one of the foremost designers to pioneer in this design. It is named so because it features a crescent-shaped waistband (which resembles the ‘moon’). Plus, we love how it’s a gorgeous mix of boldness & timelessness with a plunging neckline and full to elbow length sleeves!

Must Checkout: YAY or NAY: Personalized Bridal Blouse Designs for Mehendi Ceremony

The Strappy Sexy Blouse

One of the prettiest blouses to sport with a saree, the tank style blouse designs are truly gorgeous. While simple colours like black and beige are elegant choices, we're always swooning over the sequinned numbers that pair so beautifully with not just plain sarees but also printed organza ones from the designer. 

See More: 23+ Sexy Backless Blouse Designs that are Sure to Turn some Heads

Sweetheart Neckline Blouse

Popularly known as the 'choli cut', the blouses with sweetheart neckline are immensely loved by modern brides for their sheer 'oomph' factor. They're the perfect kind of designs that showcase the bridal designers' perfect embroidery and patterns that adorn the entire outfit. Plus, these blouses accentuate the neckline, which also give space for stunning jewellery to be worn by the bride. 

Know More: How To Pick The Right Necklace that Perfectly Complements Your Neckline

V Neck Stunners

Next in line are the beauteous V-neck blouses, which are such a staple Sabyasachi design. They're the ideal blouse design for contemporary brides that never shy away from owning their looks and slaying in them. It's perfect for brides with long necks and pairs best with either long pendants or heavy chokers. 

Checkout: What To Wear When: Full Covered Blouse vs Deep V Neck

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Spectacular Sabyasachi Blouses We Are Head Over Heels For!

by Shivani Singh

Spectacular Sabyasachi Blouses We Are Head Over Heels For!