Various Neckline Designs in Kurtis for Stylish Look

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Be it college dress code, casual outing or office wear, kurtis have become an important part of a woman's wardrobe. Their comfort and dazzling colours make them preferred over other wears. One can easily combine them with palazzos, leggings, and jeans. This guide will brief you some more details about kurtis.

Various neckline designs

Various Necklines in Kurtis


 1. Asymmetric Neckline
This neckline design is nothing but an amalgamation of multiple designs. It can be button work, patchwork or embroidered borders made by a tailor or designer. However, it is important that while choosing a kurti in this neckline, you are aware of your bust size. Moreover, make sure that the chosen design goes in line with your outfit. 

Kurti neckline

2. Boat Neckline
As the name suggests, this neckline has boat shape. It enhances the beauty of shoulders by making them look broad. However, it's important to note that this neckline design suits small bust women. It may not work well for big bust women since it will make their shoulder look broader. 


3. Peter Pan Collar Neckline
This neckline design is elegant and has been inspired from retro culture. This neckline is strictly western and doesn't go well with dupattas and salwaars. Moreover, make sure that you don't wear pendants or necklaces with this neckline since otherwise the kurti may lose its charm.



4. Collared Neckline
Collared neckline gives a look of shirt and can be worn with jackets. Moreover, it's versatile kurti and can be carried for formal as well as informal occasions. You can combine these kurtis with dhoti salwaars, patiala salwaars or jeans etc.

5. Crew Neckline
This neckline design has been derived from round T-shirt neckline. You can design the circumference of this neckline as per your preference. This neckline works well for indo-western styles. It is a great choice for women having slender and long neck.


Moreover, it goes well for women who avoid wearing deep necklines. Make sure that while carrying this neckline, you drape the dupatta on side since otherwise the neckline may not be visible properly.

6. Closed Neckline
This neckline has been derived from men's traditional kurta neckline. Since its introduction, this neckline became all time choice of women since they don't need to carry dupattas with this neckline. However, it's important to note here that this neckline design remains very close with the neck, hence make sure you are comfortable with that before buying this kurti. 


You can easily combine this neckline with jeans or leggings. However, make sure that you don't carry dupattas because otherwise, the neckline may lose its elegance.

7. Cowl Neckline
Cowl neckline design has been inspired from woollen sweaters. This neckline has round design which gives an illusion of dupatta. This neckline is works great for busty women. 


However, make sure that you carry minimal jewellery with this neckline. There are various online retailers which sell best designer kurtis at affordable prices. You can go online and find a designer piece for yourself.

About the Author
Nirdesh Singh is the co-founder in fashionbuzzer.com. He started his eCommerce portal in 2015. He also owns a development company. He loves to write about fashion and business often whenever he gets time and that’s how he started his writing journey as well.

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