The kinds of clothes people have do not change really. Over the years, people have always had dresses, blouses, shirts, skirts, shorts, and pants to wear for various occasions. How do people make up for this fashion drab, one may ask. People merely enhance their getup by complementing them with accessories and outer garments. For instance, men or women would wear matching jackets or vests, hats, shawls or scarves, shoes, belts, bags, hair accessories and jewelries. On the other hand, another approach to adding style to this usual garb is by altering each of the clothes’ designs. To illustrate taking the case of women, they are given various options for designer blouses.
Women’s designer blouses have evolved a lot with time so that a number of styles have come out by now. So far, women have various designer blouses styling options for the neckline, shoulders and back; trunk or torso; sleeves; accessories; and fabric materials.
For the neckline, shoulders and back styles, designer blouses may have a round, square or turtle neck. They may also be collared or not. If collared, the blouse may have a standard collar, collar that extends to the front opening of the blouse, or a sailor collar. Further, the blouse may be off shoulders or backless.
For the trunk or torso styles, designer blouses may have a hanging or midriff cut, which shows the belly button; empire cut, which moves the waistline to right below the bust; bias cut, which has a diagonal cut. The blouse could also be made to look like a bodice or corset style.
For the sleeves styles, designer blouses may be with sleeves or without. Sleeved blouses may have the standard short sleeves that could also be straight or puffed; three-fourths sleeves with length that is just enough to cover the elbows; or long sleeves that extend up to the wrists. Blouses without sleeves me be a tube top, also known as a strapless blouse; sleeveless with 1 to 3 inches of straps or with noodle-like or spaghetti straps; or haltered, which is similar to a tube top but with a string or strap that is attached thereto and tied around one’s neck.
For the accessory styles, designer blouses may be ruffled blouses, or a blouse decorated with pockets, buttons, sequins, laces, ribbons or strings, beads, stones, crystals, or gems.
For the prints and patterns, designer blouses may be plain, floral, plaid, striped, plain, embroidered, or they may have psychedelic or geometric shapes.
Finally, it must be noted that the materials to be used on the designer blouses are vital to the outcome of the design. Thus, for the fabric material, designer blouses may be silk blouses or charmeuse blouses, which are also made of silk fabric with a satin finish. Of course, other blouses may be made of cotton, polyester, lycra or a combination of any of them.
Looking at the above details, there are really a lot of ways for women to dress up in style. Moreover, while women can just shop for the particular designer blouses and designer tees they want, they could also have a blouse custom-made. The latter one may come out a lot cheaper, which may even be patterned on any designer clothing.