Blouse Ornamentation

This post is to share ornamentation ideas on a princess line sari blouse (directed from neckline) with Raglan style.

Hello Tantu Reader!

I shared DIY of my Beaded Yo-yo Patchwork And Ruffled Motif Work in the last post. I have used those trims in my princess line blouse. I usually get lots of ideas with the same materials and get confused which one to choose : D And I select my final design by making/sketching all the sample designs and then removing the least liked designs one by one logically! Finally what remains in my hand becomes my approved design : D This time also it was not different!

Here is the final appearance of my blouse after ornamentation 🙂

Classic Foliage Design

Classic Foliage Design of Beaded Yo-yo Patchwork & Ruffled Motif

Classic Foliage Design of Beaded Yo-yo Patchwork & Ruffled Motif

I wanted my design to be unique yet classic so as to match the sari. I like emphasis provided the design is not so loud. This Classic Foliage Design met all my requirements.

You can have a glance of few selected designs that were my favourite. They were not selected because they were less appropriate on my blouse.

Classic design with an emphasising ruffle motif and all over beaded yo-yo patchwork

1. Classic Design

  1. Classic Design:

    This design is highly classic with all over pattern at centre back and sleeves. This is suitable for highly traditional look. This design emphasises back, slightly the shoulder and the arms.

    Classic Design with Heavy Sleeves

    2. Classic Design with Heavy Sleeves

  2. Classic Design With Heavy Sleeve:

    This is also a classic design with yo-yo designs & ruffle motif forming a single emphasising central back design. Right sleeve is made heavy with beaded yo-yo motifs, since this sleeve is visible when the sari is worn in Normal or Nivi Style. Back emphasis and heavy sleeve are the impacts of this design.

    Classic Design with Emphasising Heavy Sleeves

    Classic Design with Emphasising Heavy Sleeves

  3. Classic Design with Emphasising Heavy Sleeves:

    This design with ruffle motif at right sleeve with beaded yo-yo works making a foliage was my second option for my blouse. This design is classic yet stylish. Back design is less emphasising than the sleeve. I had to avoid any emaphasis on sleeves. So, I couldn’t opt this.

Below are a few central back designs:

  • Turtle Motif

Turtle Motif

Turtle Motif

  • Outline Motif

    Outline Motif

    Outline Motif

    • Snowfall 1

    Snowfall design with asymmetrically placed ruffle motif and beaded yo-yo motifs

    Snowfall 1

    • Snowfall 2

    Snowfall design with asymmetrically placed ruffle motif and beaded yo-yo motifs

    Snowfall 2

    • Snowfall 3

    Snowfall 3

    Snowfall 3

    • Snowfall 4

    Snowfall 4

    Snowfall 4

    • Temple


      Temple – Ruffle Motif as God with garland of yo-yo flowers

    • Emphasis

    Emphasis, with a ruffle patchwork morif at centre back


Which one do you like? I would love to know your opinion! And, with this post, we have covered Princess Line Blouse series successfully 🙂 Yahoo!!!

Okey! This much for today! Will meet you in the next week!

Take care!

Bye until the next week!

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About Sindhu

A nature lover, dreamer, artist, fashion designer and blogger. Passionate about arts. Persued B.Sc Fashion Designing at Karavali College, Mangalore with first rank in the Mangalore University (2003-2006). Former lecturer at Gloria College of Fashion Design, Puttur. (2006-2011). Arts and fashion blogger (2013 onwards).
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6 Responses to Blouse Ornamentation

  1. Beautiful again! Did I tell you that I don’t know how to wear a saree? 😀

  2. sindhoooo says:

    He he 😀 Then, I will teach you how to! It will be a great honour to teach how to wear sari to a state level sports person 😀 Thanks a lot for the compliment dear 🙂

  3. Deepa says:

    Nice post. You are very creative. It is difficult to choose as all designs are pretty but to choose (very difficult to choose only one) the designs I liked the most are – Classic Foliage Design,Turtle Motif,Temple,Classic Design With Heavy Sleeve, Snowfall 4.and Outline Motif.

  4. sindhoooo says:

    Thank you Deepa 🙂 I am so happy to get your feedback and overwhelmed by long the list of your likings 🙂 Have a happy weekend!

  5. Joice says:

    Hi, you have wonderful blog and great post, did we follow each other already? if not, would you like to follow each other? if you decided to follow me on BLOGLOVIN, please let me know so I can follow you back! thank you.

    xoxo, J

  6. sindhoooo says:

    Thanks for stopping by and leaving your lovely comment Joice! I am glad to meet a wonderful blogger like you! Following you on bloglovin 🙂

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