Designer blouses for sarees adorns the body with unique necklines like boat necklines, different types of collars, front close and back wide necklines etc. usually designer blouses comes with full back opening which is supported by loops and matching or contrast rouleaus. Plain sarees with heavily aari worked blouse steals the party. There are uncountable patterns of blouse, few common and usual designs are katchori blouse, katori blouse, three darted blouse, and blouse with under bust dart, blouse with French dart, off shoulder blouse, single armhole blouse, tube top blouse, and sleeveless blouse.
Wearing designer blouses for sarees is an art. Mostly choli blouse which is paired with lehenga comes with different sleeve lines like short sleeves, cap sleeves, full gathering sleeve, three fourth sleeve, fly sleeve, mid length sleeve, gloves sleeve, sleeveless, netted sleeve, off shoulder sleeve, one fourth sleeve, bell sleeve, leg of mutton sleeve, tire sleeve and straight sleeve. Patching material from saree to blouse is the latest trend which is spreading among teens. Young people are more focused on patchwork blouses. Brides started concentrating on aari worked designer blouses for their weddings. Beads are combined to sequins and are stitched by using filling embroidery on neckline curves and sleeve hemlines, and they are also concentrating on back hook katori blouses with scalloped neckline. Blouses for party wear or for mahendi function are mostly worked with zardosi art style and with glitter mirror or mica work that shines beautifully on stage and also will match the occasion perfectly.