Blouse Back Neck Designs For Pattu Sarees: Pattu sarees or Silk sarees often have a solid color body with wide golden zari border. To bring out the gorgeous look from these type of sarees blouse designs need to be on point. For pattu saree blouses various needle and thread techniques, sequins, bead works, and patchwork look best. Here we have compiled 22 trendy back neck designs for pattu sarees.
Temple design in Muggamwork
Muggamwork temple designs are best for bridal looks or festive looks. It is a design for long length blouses.
The main theme of this design is definitely Gujrati mirrorwork but embroidery patterns are adding an extra dimension.
In this design, small minakari patches are appliquéd on one or both sides of the neck. Same color minakari doris increase the gorgeousness quotient.
Triangular Pearlwork Back
Triangular backs look hot with those off-white pearl thread-work border.
One-Sided Asymmetric Design
This one-sided cutout design is best for simple yet gorgeous looks. Decorate the teardrop shape cut with stone studded border fillers.
Pigeon Hole Zardosi Design
Light zardosi and net pigeonhole blouses are best for every occasion and age.
Dulha-Dulhan Motif Patchwork with Mesh Design
Feeling experimental for your bridal pattu blouse? Try this dulha-Dulhan motif patchworks with intricate mesh pattern design.
Muggamwork Doli Design with Jhumkis
Definitely, the most happening pattu blouse design for brides at the moment is this doli design. The beaded jhumkis are making it eternal!
All-over Embroidery with Patchwork Doris
Only thread and needle design without zari. Best for those minimalists!
Heavy Kundan work with Beaded Brooch
Traditional Kundan work blouse looks hot with contemporary brooch style dangler at the back.
Glass neck with Pearl strings
The regular deep glass neck looks extraordinary with multiple pearl string doris.
Mesh Pattern Zardosi
Meshed zardosi design enhanced with netted boat neck. The statement motif in the middle looks awesome!
Contrast chequers with golden piping and light embroidery designs can be your look for this Diwali.
Stone Studded Diamond Neck
Diamond shade neck cutout is decorated with large diamond shaped stones. This blouse goes well with fusion wears as well.
Net Designs without Dori
Not everyone likes strings at the blouse neck. These designs are free of doris but rich in thread work.
Idol Design Embroidery
These designs use embroidered patches of Hindu idols like Ganesha, Krishna or Balaji. These patches are appliquéd on the opposite side of the pallu.
Statement lotus motifs never go out of trend.
This is a perfect blend of traditional aari work and beaded kundankari.
Weaved bird motifs are this year’s hottest design.
If you want your blouse to tell a story, try this netted landscape motif.
Inverted Triangular Back
Those who like boat neck blouses and cutout design at the back will love this experimental design.
Fan-shaped Back with Multicolor Kundan
Heavy Kundan work looks best on deep shade blouses.