Whether it’s about clothing, eating, parties or events, Indians have their own classic way of making them attractive. Indian wear is diverse, so people have a wider choice. Dresses in India are worn depending upon the climatic condition.
Also, depending upon the occasion, the design on their dresses is decided. If it is meant for office it is simple and sober. However, when you want to attend an event, you need to wear the most dazzling dresses from the best designer with accessories matching the shades of their attire. In urban areas, women and girls prefer wearing Kurtis as they go well with every occasion.
Depending upon the kurti neck designs with collar, different sleeves, fancy lengths, flares and many such things, you can give a magical look to your dress. Such dresses never fade in style.
Fashion designers have responded well to this attire by giving it a smart and invincible look. Different shape and designs of collar and few patterns and cuts given to sleeves and sides of the dress will always change the appearance of kurtis.
Different types of neck designs -
- Regular collars were first introduced in the market. This kind of collar is associated with shirts. You can dress in any type of trousers or salwars.
- Peter Pan collar gives a modern and retro look that’s why it goes perfect with frock kurtis. They are perfect match for formal occasions and should not be worn with salwars and accessories or dupattas.
- Side shirt collar look just like angrakhas. You should wear them with jeggings or leggings with a wrist watch and stud earrings.
- Mandarin collar looks sophisticated, as neckline stands 3 to 5cm vertical. This style is mostly used by royal families in China and it also compliments your height.
- Turtle neck collar is used generally in woollens because they are close fitted. Such kurtis look elegant with straight pants and elegant pearl pendants hanging above the neck.
- Sailor collar is generally used by navy, which has a deep front with V style and the collars lay flat on the shoulders. Generally, they look nice with plain colours and slight lace added on the neck.
- Flat collars are common in female’s formal wear, but now are also being used in kurtis. It goes for all occasions where a neckpiece can add glamour to it.
- Ruffled collar gives a Victorian look with extra ruffles on neck and is perfect for women who love retro style. Light makeup and no heavy accessories with wedges on feet is just perfect look that you need.
- Chelsea collar are mostly used in designer blouse, which has a V neck pointing deep. Ripped jeans and tribal accessories look fine as this design was popular in 1960 in Europe.
- Kaftans collar are also called pseudo collars as they are hard at the neck line, but are flat. This type of dress goes well with pants or leggings.
Kurtis have gained lot of attention as they are the most comfortable dress that does not need ample time to be draped. You can find a variety of kurtis with different designs online and at reasonable prices.