Style 1: Try this blouse design with a monochromatic sheer sari. This design is best avoided by those with fuller frames though, as it might add unnecessary volume.
Style 2: A back buttoned blouse is sexy chic at all times, and is perfect for the petite and the curvy.
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Style 3: Opt for an embroidered net blouse for special occasions, no matter what your body type.
Style 4: If you want to keep it simple, and have toned arms to flaunt, try this full-sleeved sheer design.
Style 5: If it’s about the next family wedding, and been working hard to tone up for the occasion, look no further than this embellished sheer blouse type.
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Style 6: If you are tall and slender, try a full-sleeved high-necked sheer blouse.
Style 7: Sheer net is pure glam chic. You can either choose to go neutral or settle for deeper hues depending on your complexion and sari colour. The best bit: it perfectly complements fuller body types too.
Style 8, 9 & 10: A little sequin never hurts, and never when it’s on a transparent blouse. Perfect for those with petite bodies.
Style 11: If it’s a night look, play with the back of your sheer blouse by adding a border in keeping with the sari. This will work well for the petite as well as athletic body types.
Style 12: A high collared sheer blouse will work perfectly well for cocktails and wedding receptions. This is great for those on the taller side with long necks.
Style 13: While sexy chic defines this look, the plunging neckline makes it suitable for curvy body types too.
Style 14: If you are looking for a design to wear to your friend’s sangeet, try this look. This will work well for fuller figures too.
Style 15: If you are looking at standing out from the crowd and have an hourglass figure to boast, try this design with a difference.