Silk Sarees with full sleeve blouse? We can see the dilemma clouding your thoughts. There is no denial that long sleeve blouses are hot in trend. In fact, it is the most sought after blouse model for party wear and other designer drapes. But, for silk, we know, it’s quite hard to pull off. That’s why even the bold brides give a miss to this tricky blouse pattern on nuptial events.
Of course, there exist few valid points for not considering this fashion forward blouse designs with traditional silk sarees. Mainly because silk sarees are indeed heavy, and quite smothering sometimes, in spite of the gorgeous appeal it tend to show outwards. This, when combined with layers of jewellery, and other sparkling accessories, are a bit too much to carry together. That’s why a choking full sleeve blouse, may not sound so alluring to team it up with silk. Nevertheless, that should not be the case proves the Pink girl Tapsee Panu!
Tapsee has been in collaboration with the India’s leading ethnic fashion designer ‘Gaurang Shah’ for a long time. Her array of photo shoot wearing this designer’s timeless classic sarees will steer clear all your dilemma on wearing a full length sleeve blouse with silk.
Now scroll ahead and see how Tapsee inspires us to wear this unconventional combination with such ease and elegance.
Now, that was quite a show! Isn’t it? The trick that worked magic on Tapsee’s saree style is to go for appropriate blouses made on sleek fabrics, instead of opting for heavily embellished ones which are default go-to’s for a silk drape. If you keep your blouse on light weight fabric, your sleeves will not be of any inconvenience to you. However, if you can’t skip the adornments, you can opt for printed blouses like Tapsee’s style. That would cover you up and give you a rich saree style.
Are you ready to experiment silk saree with full sleeve blouse? Drop your comment, and tell us why or why not?