Must have Saree Blouses for the Upcoming Festive Season

The festive season is in bloom with many festivals already being celebrated and more upcoming. It’s time to remove my sarees from hiding and get them ready to be flaunted in these festivities. I love my traditional wear however, with a toddler at home, a lot of it has taken a backseat and only sees the light during family functions or festival times.

During the marriage, I told both my mother and mother-in-law that the sarees you are giving are for a lifetime, and I don’t intend to buy more. I did not completely stick to the ground as I made a few additions but it’s okay right? 🙂

For the festivities this time, I thought why not give a twist to my existing sarees by buying some readymade blouses? Without much ado, I headed to my favourite shopping destination when it comes to fabrics – Fabcurate.

If you wish to know why Fabcurate is my first choice when it comes to fabrics it’s because under one roof you can find all kinds of fabrics and their quality is impeccable. They have an array of options to choose from even when it comes to blouses. It was difficult to shortlist my purchases. Also, you can get customised blouses as per your size and padded/non-padded options.

What have I shopped for?

Floral Printed Cotton Blouse

First on my list was yellow coloured blouse with floral handblock work in pink. Cotton is comfortable and breathable fabric in all seasons.

The floral handblock pattern has a traditional yet contemporary vibe. Pairing with a sky blue saree or a pink one this would just enhance your look. The square neck is simple and easy to carry look for any occassion.

Rainbow Printed Blouse

This rainbow hued blouse caught my attention in first instance. This was something which was never tried by me. The multiple colour option gives me a choice to style this blouse with multiple sarees.

This is the first full sleeves blouse which I own, its a bit unique style for me but I am excited to try this this Ganpati. Matches perfectly with the rainy season and to add brightness to any occassion.

Zari Booti Jacquard Banarasi Silk Blouse

I will be honest this was the safest bet in my purchase. A banarasi blouse is a must-have in all wardrobes and never goes wrong with any saree.

There were other colour option in this however, I chose red because you can never go wrong with it. You always have silk sarees in your wardrobe so this type I feel is a must have. Also, this style and pattern never fades away.

Patola Printed Collar Blouse

Last but not the least was this digital patola print blouse in pink.

Our Indian cultural heritage is so vast and one such amazing art which in vogue these days is patola work. The print stand outs and so does the geometric designs. This one will look very chic with a contrast coloured saree.

I am excited to try all these on various festive occassions.

I hope you liked what I purchased, look forward to knowing your thoughts & suggestions. Happy Festivities!

‘This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla.’

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  1. Wow, love love all the blouses. You published at right time. As a mom I am unable to stitch the blouse and always prefer the redymade one. I have checked the site too. They have really awesome collection. Thank you for the sharing.

  2. Thanks for sharing this amazing post. I usually won’t wear saree but when ever I want to then I always struggle with blouse to be stitched. Now you gave me a wonderful solution 😃

  3. I have bought Kurt material from Fabcurate and I just loved it. Next time, when I will come to India I will shop for blouses. Its a high time that I should get some variety now.

  4. Lovely blouses! I may not be Indian but I really love looking at women in Saree especially during festive season. You guys take it to the next level always when it comes to dressing up! Just checked up on the site and mesmerised on them..haha..

    1. I have heard about Fabcurate but never bought anything from them. I usually play with my saree and wear a different blouse and not the regular blouse piece. With this festival around the corner I am surely gonna check it.

  5. Your post is bang on time. I was browsing for a blouse and I stopped midway. Now I know where to order. I hate getting blouse stitched as tailors and boutiques make you wait for so long. I would rather pick one off the shelf.

  6. I love your collection! Each blouse is of a different style and can be paired easily with many sarees. My personal favorite would be the patola print. Even I have one in 3/4 sleeves which I pair with a simple red saree which is perfect for the festivities look.

  7. I prefer getting my blouses stitched and have never gone in for a ready made one. These are some really good designs. I will surely share it with my daughter.

  8. I am a stickler for well fitted blouses. But these styles are tempting me to give the ready-made ones a shot. Will explore Fabcurate more. Thanks for sharing about it.

  9. You picked out a great variety of blouses and all quite lovely at that, Manisha. I’ll surely check out Fabcurate for a couple of additions to my wardrobe as well.

  10. This is a nice collection of colourful and bibrant blouses, just right for the festive season. Each one seems perfect to wear for festivals and other grand occassions. I like the Patola one, the best, though.

  11. I don’t wear sari much but I like to keep different styles of blouses. All the blouses you showed in the pics are so pretty. I want to have few of them.

  12. Thanks for sharing this. I enjoyed reading this one. I liked the rainbow and collar blouse the most. You have just made our task easy. Great work.

  13. I am going to bookmark this. I have got many sarees that I have never worn. I am planning to wear a few this year and will surely try out some of these types of blouses.

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