Brides of 2020 must take a swing at recreating their lehenga blouse by sprucing up the back designs and ditching the old patterns for refreshed styles. From simple lehenga blouse back design to modern choli backs with fancy cutouts & customized latkans, there are so many different types of blouse back patterns to experiment with.
For ages, brides have been focusing the entirety of their efforts on creating a fancy front for their lehenga blouses, but little do they realize that the back of their bridal blouse is just as significant.
From playing around with ott ghagra blouse backs and statement sleeve styles to experimenting with fancy necklines and traditional trims, today’s brides have upped their fashion game to a whole new level. Even though weddings this year are limited to a small capacity, the brides do not have to compromise on looking stylish and jazzy in all of the functions.
So, if you are a bride to be this season and are looking for trendy blouse back designs, we have got you covered. Check out these latest & elegant back side blouse designs which will perfectly complement your lehenga and turn your wedding into a soulful memory.
A modern yet quite distinguished style makes up this tasteful blue criss-cross lehnga blouse back design. If you are a bride who is not going to hesitate on revealing skin this wedding season then a custom criss-cross back design could be your go-to. It will sure shot suit brides with a slender rectangular-shaped body.
Who doesn’t love a pale pink and soft vibe? We are swooning over this cut-out style high neck back with a golden embroidered pattern on the sleeves. This combination will also go with a saree and if the bride wishes to ditch the dupatta, we are all for it! This design is suitable for any bride who wishes to highlight her blouse back.
This incredibly shimmery back design paired with a heavy, sequin and mirror embroidered lehenga could be your chance to look like a fairy sprinkling her fairy dust on your engagement day.
The elegant mirror work on the blouse catches the eyes instantly and this look is perfect for a bride who is going for a daytime wedding. The keyhole back design of the pink lehenga looks absolutely stunning with that similar hued net dupatta, while the dori knotted backless white blouse is beautifully balanced up with long sleeves. And not to forget how these elegant back styles bring out the beauty of the net lehenga.
Another pale beauty with a sleeveless lehenga blouse featuring an open back and long- satin tie-up. A bold and sassy look that would suit petite brides and can be worn quite gracefully.
Going with the unique style of this season, this custom-designed blouse with a sleeveless pattern and light hem embroidery could be a match for a traditional outlook, yet staying on the edge with the dual knot ties.
Elegantly embroidered with curved hems and several cream tassel doris are elevating this look. The deep back style hit a balance with the full sleeves which are ideal for a conventional vibe.
Shell Tassels are 2020 go to. We are in admiration of the purity they contribute and how they amazingly complement the heavy embroidery and net work of the sleeves! The fancy cutwork at the back also matches with the sleeves & hemline of the blouse and the waistline of the lehenga to complete the look!
Pretty mauve ruffled sleeves is a prominent way for a bride to stand out on her wedding. The V neck back spells elegance and this gorgeous blouse can definitely stand alone without a dupatta. This pattern is a nice pick for the ones who want to add volume to their upper body.
What’s not to love about this super dainty and princess-like off-shoulder blouse back design? The stunning embroidery and delicate string are drool-worthy. In addition to that, the sheer, extended net sleeves give the whole design a striking look and besides coordinates perfectly with the net lehenga skirt.
This pale pista color blouse back style is the finest match for the bride who wishes to go all trad with her heavy embroidered lehenga/ghagra yet keep it edgy. Did we mention how the golden beaded potli latkans in similar hues highlight the entire look?
Less is more is what 2020 brides are rooting for. This minimalistic back design has colourful tassels lined up at the bottom and at the hem which makes the back design so tasteful. Brides can add this graceful bridal blouse back design to their haldi ceremony look.
Spaghetti straps never looked so good with a self tie back design. A mustard yellow and red tie-dye colour complement a flowy ghagra for a haldi/sangeet ceremony for a modern bride.
Get ready to sway your hips while wearing this choli style blouse with a unique criss-cross bottom as well as latkans. A pale pink net dupatta will not only make the bride look pretty but also the embroidered lehenga.
Not only a minimalist but also a traditional look for brides who wish to have a low key style this year. In this case, the cut-out silk blouse with little or no embroidery design looks absolutely charming. The bride paired it with a printed skirt to create a minimal yet glamorous attire. This blouse style can also be a nice pick for your banarasi lehengas or bridal sarees.
The colour red is synonymous with Indian traditional weddings and brides to wish to stick with the authenticity of Indian weddings should opt for this deep backless lehenga blouse back design and look like a beauty. We are in awe of the uniformity as well as the classic look which could also go smoothly with a saree.
Look like a butterfly at your wedding and dazzle everyone with this overly gorgeous lehenga blouse back design. The white pearls look bewitching with the silvery-white colour of the lehenga and the blouse. The colour and style are an alternative for common styles.
Dual Dori Tie-Ups is the trending style preferred by brides this season. The strappy sleeves are a ravishing combination with the effortless style of the doris with latkans.
This dual closure and dori back bridal blouse design is probably one of the prettiest styles we have ever seen. The high back neck and the quarter sleeves, furthermore, enhance the look of the style and complement the heavy embellishments.
Weddings are a one-time celebration and brides should wear a custom embroidered blouse like this one. The little jhumkis along with the pearls is another attractive element of this wholesome bridal back side lehenga blouse design. This OTT blouse back style would complement a lightly embroidered silk lehenga, any day!
Brides who are looking for a sexy backless blouse back pattern, along with a creative touch to it, can opt for this wholesome option. The closure doris are embellished with yellow tassels. A perfect pick for mehendi!
Not every bride wishes to go all OTT on their wedding day, some of them wish to stick to the classic, traditional designs. One of them is this simple, u cut style, with an embellished dori. This style would 100% go with a heavily embroidered lehenga.
Nothing can go astray with this traditional yet trendy deep cut style. Brides can adhere to the norms by looking elegant, but also modernize the look with showing off a little skin.
The embroidery on the back design of the blouse would perfectly suit a simple lehenga. Also, the work on the sleeves and the fuller length of them finely complements the cut of the blouse.
We are extremely in love with this contemporary dual string style choli blouse design. The entire pale pink blouse is embellished and embroidered with two, dainty embellished doris to fasten up the look and the dainty beaded latkans are surely a plus.
The mirror work on the straps and hems of the crop top style lehenga blouse is so pretty. The V-back elevates the entire look and the intricate flower embroidery is a cherry on top. This is a perfect style to pair with your ghagra for a fun playful event like mehendi.
The barely-there sheer back look with unique embellishments is something we have never seen before. This statement style could be an excellent choice for an experimental bride.
The intricate details on this contemporary saree blouse are hand embroidered and we are in adoration of how gorgeous this looks. Brides who want it all covered for a traditional vibe can get a customized hand-embroidered blouse back style like this one.
One of our personal favourites is this ivory-coloured lehenga blouse. The gorgeous and dainty embroidery of the blouse is so striking and the sleeveless strapped back complements it so well. Absolutely a fine style for the reception ceremony.
The details of this beautiful back style are very unique and #OTT all the way. The little patterns and the sheer material of the blouse is a stand out element. This blouse back style would perfectly go well with a saree as well.
The delicate floral details, as well as the embellishments, cannot be missed out. The deep and symmetrical back design is modern yet quite elegant. The embellished blouse is a perfect style for the georgette chiffon lehenga.
Ravishing and irresistible are two compliments that come to mind after looking at this beauty of a lehenga blouse back. The deep back style and single dori add on to the gorgeous embroidery. This look would look great on brides with a heavy bust or broad shoulders.
A bride who loves flowers and being unusually outstanding must get inspired by this ott look. The bareback look along with the sequined shoulder straps are rarely rocked by brides and must be chosen by the one who doesn’t fear showing off some skin this wedding season.
If you have got that perfect back tattoo, then get ready to flaunt it at your haldi with this type of a criss-cross back style with heavy embellishments. Brides who wish to go all out stylish can get themselves something like this for their special day.
The words ‘backless’ and ‘traditional’ never went well together than ever before. This half backless blouse has a traditional touch to it with the gorgeous embroidery patchwork and the lovely dori at the bottom. Brides who are not comfortable with going bareback can go with this look.
Another backless gem of a design which is so simple yet pretty. The open back look is ideally showing off the confidence of the bride. The mirror work along with the dori latkans are dainty and add to the sensuality of the look.
When people say simple is more, they are talking about this look. The wide back and skinny dori look very delicate and easy to manage. A bride who wishes to highlight her waist could go for this pretty style.
Weddings are a special occasion, so why go for a boring blouse back design when you could rock multiple doris, backless back & gorgeous sheer full sleeves?
The coral peach colour of this blouse is accentuated by the gold sequins and the deep back of this bridal choli back design. A classy pair up for your heavily embroidered lehenga. This classic style would suit brides with all body types.
This mustard-golden, heavily embroidered blouse back style is GORGEOUS! The backless butterfly back side modern lehenga blouse design with off shoulders creates a chic look and the dori fastens up the entire appearance with grace.
Nothing can be more alluring than this custom embroidered blouse back style. Having your other half’s name written on your palm is so out of fashion now that you can have it embroidered on your blouse.
The ones who want to throw away the traditional norms of the wedding world and wish to wear something OTT, then this thick strapped, heavily embroidered blouse back style could be a go-to. Brides who wish to bring out their midriff should save this look!
Long gone are the days when gold rings were only suited for your nose or ears. 2020 is the year for adding the element of designer gold rings to your backless blouse. This back side lehenga blouse style would look stunning on all brides!
While choosing your lehenga blouse back design, make sure it complements your bridal outfit and accessories. You can always experiment with unique cuts, sassy styles and embellishments for your blouse back and front, if you plan to play your lehenga skirt minimal and vice versa. Similarly, you can opt for hairstyles and accessories that allow you to show off your statement back blouse design. So, which one are you going to try this wedding season? Do write to us in the comments section below!