8 Most Popular Kurti Neck Designs for Women

Kurtis are comfy, trendy and uber chic. You can pair them with churidar, salwar, jeans or pep up your style quotient by teaming them with cute culottes, palazzos or long skirts. Embroidered kurtis are even more fun to carry. Embroidery in resham thread, gold and silver kasab thread, and zari, jaal embroidery, cutwork embroidery, metallic embroidered motifs and badla are a hit! Beads, crystals, sequins and pearls also add a lot to designing of your kurta.

It’s sartorial potential- the ability to be molded, adapted, and paired with wardrobe favorites- is just waiting to be realized. All you need to do is get creative with your choices. And when it comes to sparkle and shine at your best, nothing grabs the eyeballs other than that exquisite design on your neck. So here are few of the most quirky and trendy neck designs for kurtis.

1. High Line for the Royalty

From frilly Victorian blouses to chunky knits, the high neck is having a moment. People will stare anyways to such beauty, why not make it worth their while with something as stunning as this kurti design.

Style File: Pair this piece with a pair of bright leggings for a day look. Accessorize with silver/gold accented jewelry and throw on a pair of beige pumps for the night look.

Kangana Ranaut is giving us some serious fashion goals. We spotted her in a high neck kurti neck design and that too with a skirt… Bold and classy she is!!! Lovin’ the high neck patterns and the look!

Kangana Ranaut - High Neck Designs for Kurtis

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2. Get set to dazzle with Angrakha Style

This kurta will brighten up any occasion and perfect for dazzling everyone around- and isn’t that what we want on any occasion? 😉

Style File: You can experiment with the au courant trend of palazzos with these embellished kurtis. Such kurti neck designs for women are meant to be experimented with 😀

Sonam Kapoor in Anju Modi - Angrakha Style Neck Designs for Kurtis

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3. Adorn yourself with the finery of Collared Kurtis

Give your usual look a twist with an awesome and totally contemporary design like this and you will make an ethnic-inspired yet super-glam fashion statement at the same time. The latest neck designs for Kurtis like this one are definitely going to create a new benchmark of unique style.

Alia Bhatt - Collar Neck Designs for Kurtis

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4. Ethnic Chic in a Rounded Neck

These kurti neck patterns are casual, young and totally voguish. This will be fresh addition to your wardrobe. Plus, you’ll get eclectic range of cuts and styles in contemporary ethnic prints and intricate designs.

Newly wed wife Mira Rajput was spotted in a printed Masaba Kurta with a round neck. She looked lovely and they looked perfect together 🙂 We also noticed Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone in these simplistic neck designs and they both looked elegant!

Mira Rajput - Round Neck Designs for Kurtis

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Round Neck Designs for Kurtis - Alia Bhatt in Manish Malhotra, Alia Bhatt in Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla and Deepika Padukone

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5. Pretty Asymmetrical Kurti Neck Design

Asymmetric necklines!!! These are the most intriguing of all, crafted for desire. Embroidery would go perfect with this cute kurti neck design.

We love how girly and delicate this piece is. Swipe on electric pink lipstick and you’re all set.

Bipasha Basu - Off shoulder and Asymmetric Neck Designs for Kurtis

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6. Mandarin Ideas

We spotted Sonakshi Sinha and Alia Bhatt in kurtis with Mandarin collars. Don’t they look just amazing? These collar neck designs for kurtis are spotted on many celebrities and should be added to your wardrobe right now!

Mandarin Collar Neck Designs for Kurtis - Sonakshi Sinha in Shantanu & Nikhil and in Manish Malhotra

Mandarin Collar Neck Designs for Kurtis - Sonakshi Sinha in Anita Dongre and Alia Bhatt in Devnaagri

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7. Going a lil deeper: V Neck Design

This kurta neckline is bold! This shouts sensuality and definitely hogs all the attention!!! A mandarin collar added, and your attitude will shoot for the moon. Playful colors and work around the deep cut will add more to its perfection.

Alia Bhatt in eternal white posed in a uber-chic V-Neck design kurti. Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor too look stunning in the gold kurti with a deep V-Neck Design!

V Neck Designs for Kurtis - Alia Bhatt in Reynu Tandon

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V Neck Designs for Kurtis - Deepika Padukone in Sabyasachi

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Deep Neck Designs for Kurtis inspired by Sonam Kapoor

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8. Sheer Kurti Neck Design

Yes, you heard me right. It’s not just limited to dresses but you can also have kurtis with sheer necklines. This neck design for kurtis is SENSATIONAL!!! Also remember – Embellished you is the pretty you!!!

Sheer Neck Designs for Kurtis - Shraddha Das in Astha Narang and Neeta Lulla Lakme Fashion Week

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Food for Fashion:

Get rid of the leggings to show some skin by going with the long kurtis. Long kurtis with embellishment is perfect for an evening rendezvous. Opt for accessories like a tan belt and gold hoops. Complete the look with nude pumps.

Shararas or palazzos teamed with kurtis look oh so pretty. Also, to keep away from the usual look, add a dash of fusion with chic and comfy ethnic flats, fancy blazers and accessories that shout ‘Fun and extravagance’!!!

Classy kurtis can be fashionably worn round the clock for your day and night look. With the eclectic choices available for every genre of femininity, you can go totally experimental with this style trend. So, it’s time to up your girly quotient with stylish kurtis having gorgeous designs around neck.

Shop till you drop for such embroidered and embellished kurtis and try out different styles of kurti neck patterns and designs.

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