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The perfect outfit for your pre- and post-wedding events and parties is as important as it is for the actual wedding. After choosing a traditional look for your main event, you might want to go a little stylish in the other celebrations.

But you might still not want to look super-bold and adventurous. For such brides, we have a smart option of going stylish with your blouse or choli! Here are five ways you can go about it.

#1. Off-shoulder

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For a seductive and modern look, off-shoulder blouses or cholis are a perfect option. They show off skin but not too much, while giving a perfect fit. In this type, one-shoulder choli or blouse is another variation that you can go for, depending on how comfortable you are.

#2. Deep neckline with mega sleeves

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One of the hottest designs for a choli or a blouse is that of a deep neckline with very short or mega sleeves. This style looks simple yet super-stylish and can uplift the entire look instantly. However, you need to be very careful with the neckline, too deep can ruin the look completely.

#3. Cape style

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This is one of the latest on the "choli fashion" scenes on the board. So, cape is basically a sleeveless cloak, typically a short one. They look highly elegant and royal. This is a perfect design if you want to go modern while maintaining the traditional look.

#4. Cold shoulder

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It is one trend that is excellent for all age groups. It is basically a choli of any neck design and of any sleeve length with a cut on upper arms. One of the main advantages of this blouse is that you can team it with different sarees or lehengas later as well. Light and plain chiffon sarees can go as perfectly as a traditional zari border saree with a cold shoulder blouse. Or else, you can team it up with a plain skirt lehenga as welll.

#5. Crop top with skirt lehengas

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The crop top choli style with a skirt is a win-win situation if you don’t want to go overboard. It’s modish, stylish and looks good on one and all. Here, the choli is neither too long nor too short with just a little tummy visible. With this style you can wear a dupatta, or you can avoid it, it’s totally up to you.

So, these were a few choli designs that are becoming a rage these days. So, what’s your pick? Don’t forget to share with us in the comments section below!

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