A wedding is a life-changing moment for everyone. From leaving their parents’ homes to starting a family of their own, girls have to experience a roller coaster ride. However, to make this journey more beautiful, every bride makes sure to deck up in the most amazing and unique ensembles. And without a doubt, finding the right shaadi ka joda is a real struggle. Moreover, each and every element of a bridal attire contains great value in making or breaking the look. But, the blouse or the choli is one of the most important things in bridal attire as it enhances the overall look of a bride.
Imagine a bride pairing her oh-so-gorgeous lehenga with a loose-fitted, not-well-designed blouse, it will totally ruin her D-day look. In the past, brides would wear a basic, lightweight laal shaadi ka joda with a traditional, classic blouse. However, now, the dulhaniyas are more experimental with their looks. They are also experimenting with the back designs of their blouses to add some oomph factor to their D-day look. So, here is a list of brides who flaunted stunning back blouse designs on their wedding day.
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#1. Backless blouse with dori detail
The bride, Chia Mehta wore a custom-made red-hued lehenga on her wedding day. Her outfit featured intricate artwork, bold beading, threadwork and a minimal golden border. She completed her look with dual dupattas featuring gold embroidery at the hemline. A few pieces of kundan jewellery, red chooda, kaleeras and dewy makeup accentuated her look. However, the star of her bridal ensemble was the back design of her choli. She paired her lehenga with a backless blouse which featured a dori detailing adorned with red beads at the top and bottom.
#2. Deep-neck blouse adorned with scalloped borders
Megha Y Bhatia stole the show on her big day in a stunning peach-hued lehenga by Abhinav Mishra. Her lehenga was adorned with mirror and threadworks. She paired it with a similar patterned blouse and dupatta. However, it was the back design of her choli that was the highlight of her bridal ensemble. Keeping with the vibe of her outfit, Megha wore a deep-neck blouse which featured a scalloped border at the hemline and mirror-detailed tassels.
#3. Triangle-shaped embroidered choli
Sushmita S Naik turned into a traditional Indian bride in a laal shaadi ka joda. She wore a beautiful crimson red-hued lehenga which featured golden embroidery all over it. She teamed her lehenga with a pink-hued net dupatta adorned with a red border and kiran gota. However, to add an oomph factor to her look, the bride donned a heavily embroidered choli which featured a triangle-shaped back design and a sleek golden dori.
#4. Round cut-out blouse featuring gota-patti work
Every bride dreams of donning a Sabyasachi outfit on their big day. And, the modern-day dulhaniya, Ramneet Kandola fulfilled her dreams by donning a classic red-coloured lehenga at her wedding. Her outfit included a panelled skirt featuring red and golden tassels on the waist and motif embroidery at the hem. However, it was her designer blouse that added a royal touch to her overall look. She wore a similar-hued blouse featuring gota patti work and a round cut-out back design.
#5. Sleeveless blouse featuring V-neck cut-out detail
The bride, Suvanya ditched the heavy lehenga and opted for a plain red-coloured lehenga for her wedding day. She paired her lehenga with a uniquely designed embellished dupatta. However, to add a glamourous factor to her simple outfit, she wore a plain-hued sleeveless blouse which featured a fancy V-neck cutout detailing at the back.
#6. Backless blouse with tassel work
The Punjabi bride, Nimrata Kaur donned a stunning red-hued lehenga for the wedding dinner party. Her outfit was adorned with heavy golden embroidery and a blue-hued border. She paired it with a matching dupatta and choli. However, it was the open-back design of her blouse that made her stand out. She wore a backless blouse which featured tassel detailing at the top and a kada detailing at the bottom.
#7. Full-sleeve V-neck blouse
The bride, Sonam Kapadia looked like a princess at her reception party. She donned an ivory-shaded lehenga designed by Falguni Shane Peacock. However, it was her statement blouse that added a hatke factor to her overall look. She paired her gorgeous lehenga with a full-sleeved blouse featuring V-neck cut opening and tie-back detailing.
#8. Button-up blouse
The then-to-be-bride, Shreya Agarwal opted for a blush pink-hued lehenga for her roka ceremony. Her lehenga featured floral embroidery and embellishment work. She teamed her look with a plain dupatta and matching-hued choli. However, it was her uniquely designed choli that caught our attention. She teamed her lehenga with a net blouse which featured a button-up back design.
#9. Tie-back detailed blouse
The bride, Krisma donned a white-hued lehenga featuring red-coloured embroidery and a broad border from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She paired it with a matching choli and dupatta. However, it was her plunging neckline blouse that added stars to her overall look. Moreover, the back of the blouse featured a round cutout and tie-back detailing.
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#10. Deep round-neck blouse with jhumki detailing
Keeping a touch of her traditional roots, the bride, Devika Lal wore a red-coloured lehenga on her D-day. Her outfit featured heavily golden embroidery work. However, her designer choli added a glamourous touch to her simple and sober look. She teamed her lehenga with a heavily embroidered blouse which featured a deep back neck design and jhumki detailing at the hemline.
#11. Multi-string blouse
Sanchi Bansal looked like a cinderella at her mehendi function. She wore a unique dual-coloured brocade lehenga and paired it with a blue-hued dupatta. However, it was the glamorous choli that caught our attention. She paired her look with a puffed-sleeved backless blouse featuring multi-string detailing at the back.
#12. Chain detailed blouse
The bride, Diksha Patel wore an intricately designed blush pink-coloured lehenga on her special day. She paired her lehenga with a heavily embellished boat neck-designed blouse, which featured latkans at the hemline and chain detailing at the back.
#13. Customised back design blouse
The dulhaniya, Saum wore a beautiful yellow-coloured chiffon saree at her haldi function. She paired it with a pink-hued raw silk blouse. However, it was the back design of her choli that added richness to her simple look. She wore a customised blouse which featured her wedding hashtag that reads, ‘Shrey Got Saum’ embroidered on the back.
#14. Temple motif embroidered back blouse design
The South Indian bride, Sowndarya opted for a traditional red-coloured kanjivaram saree on her wedding day. It featured small golden buti work all over it. She paired her saree with a matching-coloured blouse featuring embroidery work at the sleeves and buti work all over it. However, the star of her outfit was the back design of her choli, which featured a temple motif embroidery.
#15. Jewel detailed back blouse design
The bride, Shreya Mahajan wore a beautiful red-hued lehenga on her special day. Her lehenga featured buti work all over it. She paired it with a matching dupatta and heavily embroidered blouse. Her choli featured a deep back neck design embellished with a jewel-encrusted neckpiece at the top.
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#16. Angular cut-out back blouse design
The bride, Sheetal Khadun opted for a ginger orange-coloured, heavily embellished lehenga, which featured a broad zardosi border along with geometric patterns all over it. She paired her lehenga with a similar-coloured velvet blouse adorned with sequin work. However, it was the back design of her choli that caught our attention. She wore a deep back neck choli which featured angular detailing and dori work.
#17. Goddess’ portrait embroidered back blouse design
Pratiksha turned into a traditional Marathi bride in a beautiful nauvari saree. Her purple-hued saree featured buti work all over it and a scalloped border at the hemline. She teamed her look with a round-neck cream-hued blouse. Her choli was embroidered with Goddess Rukmani’s portrait and plant motifs at the back.
#18. Round back neck design
The Pahadi bride, Shriya Negi donned a stunning orange-coloured lehenga featuring intricate embroidery all over it. She teamed her look with a matching-coloured blouse and dupatta. Her dupatta featured embroidery at the sleeves and buti work all over it. Her simple round neck design at the back featuring tasselled dori detailing added stars to her look.
#19. Round cut-out detailed back blouse design
The bride, Priyesha got married to the man of her dreams in a dreamy wedding affair. On her D-day, she donned a beautiful red-coloured lehenga from the shelves of ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee. She paired her lehenga with a plunging neckline blouse, which featured golden sequinned work. However, it was the back of her choli that caught our attention. It was adorned with round cut-out detailing at the back.
#20. Button-up sequin blouse
The bride, Avisha Choudhary donned a unique lehenga in shades of grey at her Anand Karaj ceremony. Her lehenga was featured with floral embroidery and sequin work. She paired her lehenga with a button-up back-designed blouse which added elegance and royal touch to her overall look.
We are totally in love with how these brides added an oomph factor to their bridal look with the unique back design of their blouses. What about you? Let us know!