10 trendy cholis you need for this wedding season


10 trendy cholis you need for this wedding season

Ruffles, tassels, pearls—there's something for everyone

By Shweta Gandhi  September 6th, 2017

This wedding season, let your statement choli do all the talking. At the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week, designers like Masaba Gupta, Arpita Mehta, Anavila Mishra and more are reinterpreting the traditional blouse by introducing new styles that are soon going to be seen everywhere. While Amit Aggarwal introduced a structural peplum blouse, SVA took on the one-shoulder trend by adding an asymmetrical hemline. Masaba was all about ruffles and Arpita Mehta’s frilly sleeves and tassels lent a playful touch. Anavila styled her blouse with a long shirt. Needless to say, there’s something that’s going to appeal to everyone.

Here are 10 trendy choli ideas that will serve you well for the wedding season.

10 designer-approved choli styles 

The structural blouse

Amit Aggarwal introduced a structural peplum blouse with exaggerated sleeves that will serve as a statement piece however you choose to style it.     

The layered blouse

This one will appeal to all the non-conformists out there. Amp up your traditional blouse with a long shirt worn over your shoulders for a fresh take on your sari. Seen at Anavila Mishra. 

The box pleated peplum blouse

Seen at Sailesh Singhania, this full-sleeved blouse with a one-sided collar and peplum with box pleats will give a refreshing take to your lehenga. The best part? No cumbersome dupatta. 

The pearl embellished blouse

Ridhi Mehra's pearl embellished sheer bralette blouse is an ideal pick for brides who want to add some glamour to their ensemble. 

 

The one-shoulder asymmetrical blouse

This one-shoulder blouse with an asymmetrical hemline lends an interesting touch to your lehenga. As seen at SVA.