Sari blouses no longer stitched extra meter daily post. The revolution came a while ago, leaving boxy cuts in place of perfect fits, Peter Pan collars nudging out deep scoop necks and sexy giving way to comfort.An entity in its own right, it often steals the show. They don’t match the border and they definitely don’t stick to a six-inch sleeve. The emphasis on the blouse today is because of the resurgence of interest in saris. Young people are trying to find a way to make the sari their own, which is why we’re seeing so many variations. Women are increasingly opting for comfort in silhouette over all else, so we see a shift from formal and fitted to easy and casual across the board.Three-tier ruffles, raglan-style and full-length puff sleeves find place in her collections, adding volume to a silhouette that’s usually streamlined. Keeping sleeves fitted and short — to compensate for the lack of a defining shape in the lower half of the sari. There is no good or bad, or in style or out. Comfort is on top of his mind, too. In terms of sustainability, as well as to bring things into a contemporary context, people want to wear each garment differently, and multiple times.
For more news updates Follow and Like us on Facebook