For a lehenga choli set, one should either wear a heavily designed blouse or lehenga skirt to grab people’s attention. Keeping one of them simple makes the other piece of clothing stand out. While many ideas can’t be incorporated on lehenga skirts, you can always go for the most chic designs for blouses.
Take inspiration from Pooja Hegde’s collection on how to don a fancy blouse:
1. Deep Back And Frills
In a gorgeous Indian outfit by ace designer Manish Malhotra, Pooja Hegde picked an emerald green velvet look. The simple A-line lehenga skirt was teamed with a matching blouse. With a deep back blouse, it had intricate floral gold embroidery, round neckline with frills, V-design at the front bottom and frills in the half sleeves.
2. Corset Style
A vision in black, Pooja Hegde opted for a black corset styled blouse with her all black fusion ensemble. She wore a sheer material corset blouse that was strapless and transparent, while pairing it with a lehenga skirt and a dupatta with frills.
3. Cape Sleeved
Walking down the ramp as a showstopper, Pooja Hegde wore another head turning couture by Manish Malhotra. The silver-grey lehenga choli set featured the most beautiful blouse with cape style sleeves and deep V-neckline with multi-hued floral embroidery. Below it, she wore an elaborate floral design lehenga skirt.