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Blouses form an essential part of Indian traditional attire. And statement necklines provide a distinct identity to the blouse. So, it's time to choose your kind of blouse! 

Check out these 6 Blouse Designs to try-out:

1. Fringe-detailing

Blouses with mini and detailed fringed designs seek attention to a woman's lower part of her chest. Fringe is a fancy, pearl-embellished, or simple fabric tassel sewn on the edge of apparel like the drapes of sarees, dupattas, and now blouses.

2. Plunging V-neckline

A very deep and low-cut neckline blouse reveals the major area of the neck and cleavage and draws attention to V. 

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3. Crew Neck

Commonly known as the round neckline and found in t-shirts, the crew neck is the most common, comfortable, and versatile neckline. They are flattering and emphasise the face and the shoulders. They can be explored in several ways, like with a heavy choker set, statement earrings, heavy embroidery, and embellishments.

4. Corset Blouse

Corset blouse designs are a hot new trend that is dominating the wedding season. The back of the corset is exposed with a zipper or decorative buttons, giving the entire ensemble a sophisticated appearance. Corset blouses are fusing Victorian-era silhouettes with Indian silhouettes. It reveals your abs and back as well as your impeccable fashion sense.

5. Cowl-neck 

Cowl necks have a loose fabric hanging below the collarbone, which is quite quirky, charming, and attractive. The blouse design manages to draw attention to both larger and smaller busts. The neckline was recently in style on satin slip dresses. So, why not try them in blouses?

6. Square Neckline 

A square-necked blouse has a wide, low cut that provides shape to the chest. Additionally, it also highlights the neck, jaw, and shoulders. It lengthens the face and can be accessorised with round necklaces.

Here we provide you with six trendy blouse designs for you to rock every celebration.

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