The trend of printed fabrics kurtis tends to come and go every two years or so, hence, with the trends of the year, the solid shades of the colour palette have made a return to the wardrobe of the Indian female segment. With the ever-increasing styles and choices in the market, females today have taken on the road to subtlety. However, that doesn’t mean that kurtis have become boring, but it has given room to add more silhouettes and designs that become the focal point of the eye!
Presenting a collection of neck designs you can try out with your plain kurtis, find the one that you love the most and try these styles out:
One of the simplest and the most comfortable looking style, the boat neck is the most favoured of them all. Adding a chic touch to your neckline, this style shall make your collarbone and shoulders the focal point of your outfit. A classic design for the neckline, your plain kurti would never go out of style.
An attachment on the plain kurti neckline is to add a similar or a contrasting shade around the neckline. Creating a texture of its own and adding layer to the kurti, this design could be a reflection of your personality. Look for a printed yoke or even one with simple pleats, basically, what speaks to you!
Somewhere in between the round and the V-neck, this neck design has been used for decades. Adding a subtle yet feminine touch to your neckline, this style will make you look dainty and can be paired with some traditional ‘jhumkees’.
Adding a minimal silhouette around your neckline, try out a kurti with buttoned up collar and pleats around the placket that would add shine and create a look that you can carry even as a casual outfit!
Combining with a loop hope button, this keyhole design can be seen in a number of styles. Flaunting your feminine side, these keyholes can vary in size and shape. So find the one that suits you the most and try out this classic silhouette!
Adding a tie up and creating a mock wrap look around the neckline that has been the Mughal style continues to inspire the trends of today. Whether in a patch of printed fabric or contrast piping, this neck design can be seen in various forms and colours that is suitable for your casual wear or even occasional outfits.
Mandarin High Neckline
Inspired from the Chinese kimonos, this neck design has been adopted in our traditional clothing as well. Fashioning a high neckline, this style can even be worn for any occasion and doesn’t require a dupatta over it at all! Perfect to style for your college day wear and even for your family dinners!
Blending with the modern fashion trends and a selection for the millennial generation, these cutwork designs have been developing over the years. Pick out an intricate cut-out or a basic one, this design shall add detailing around your neckline that wouldn’t require any other form of accessory.
A version of a halter neck, this neckline adds a colour block in a contrasting tone that would make you stand out of the crowd. A fashionable and chic design, this pattern is difficult to find..so keep a keen eye on the latest style!
Multiple Loop Holes
An added silhouette to the round neck and a version of the button down, this design creates a traditional look through a colour block or print. Mostly found in combination with wooden buttons, this style would add a raw finish to your outfit that purely says Indian.
A complete button up which shall remind you of a wrap round, this design can be seen with a double-sided fabric that usually has a contrasting shade on the inside. Whether you’d like to carry a buttoned-up look or a top flap open, this will add on an elegant design that would get everyone talking.
V-Neck Loop Hole Neckline
A mix of a square neck and faux loop buttons that add layer to the fabric, this design tends to come back into the kurti fashion every few years. In all new shade of colours and vibrating contrasting button mishmash, this is a must have in your wardrobe.
Contrast Placket with Hook-Eye Buttons
With this hidden button design that add a no gape feature to your kurta, these can be found in contrasting colour lining around the edges that became fairly popular in the Hindi film industry. Grouped with a princess line that shall flaunt your curves, this is one of the classics to own.
With a boat neck on the front and a V-neck that adds chicness to your back, add this design to your occasional wear that’ll make you the trendsetter of the evening.
Mandarin with Side Button Look
Another version of the Chinese mandarin collar, this design adds either authentic loop buttons or hidden hook eye buttons that adds a buttoned up look to your ethnic wear.
Available in various styles, these tie ups have been picked up from the blouse design of cholis that is popular among the different areas of the country. With various embellishments, pick the style you love!
Diagonal V-neck with Keyhole
Another combination of the diagonal neckline and a loophole, minimal embroidery or contrast piping would add femininity with absolute grace.
Contrasting Shirt Collar
A variation of the western wear shirts, this design replicates a shirt buttoned down collar while adding complementary tomes to the kurta. A trend of the latest kind, these can also be paired up with denims for a casual look!
An original from the ethnic wear, a simple V-neck can always be an option in your wardrobe. Easily becoming one of your go-to outfits, flaunt it with your favourite stole or dupatta to add more colours!
Double Collared Neckline
Another trendsetter to be added to your wardrobe, this design has a double layer around a round or a square neck that adds texture and depth to the kurti, a style to try out, pair these up either printed or plain salwars.
These are few of our picks for a solid shade that’s your current favourite and necklines that you can either experiment with, or create your own classic styles that would define your personality the best! It’s time to choose the ones you love!
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