41 Latest neck designs for kurtis with collar || Stylish collar neck patterns

Kurtis are now the most preferred work wear outfits for Indian women.  Necklines matter a lot in giving your outfit a desired output. Collar neck patterns are getting very popular these days and they are not restricted to being boring shirt collar style patterns, collar have a lot of  fun elements and give your kurtis or suits a whole new dimension when used with innovation. For formal kurtis collar neck designs are ideal as they give a very modest yet a trendy look. So, if you are having a tough time finalizing a neck pattern for your daily wear kurtas, look no further and try a collar neck patterns for a change.

Even in collar there are many variations you can try out. If you feel collars are stuffy and not summer appropriate then give half collar neck designs for kurtis a try. Even peter pan style collar necklines give a unique yet chic look which can work for both formal and casual kurtas. Here in this post I bring to you a collection of the latest collar neck designs which you can try with kurtis for a crisp and sharp ethnic look.

41 Latest collar neck designs for kurtis with Images || Stylish kurti collar neck designs catalogue 2019

Here I have put together an exclusive collection of best kurti neck designs catalogue. These collar necklines for kurti are trendy and elegant picks you an consider .

#1 Regular shirt style collar kurti neck designs with buttons 

A collar neckline which resembles the shirt collar is ideal for office going women to give a formal touch to their regular kurtas. These shirt style collar necklines dont have to be all boring and formal as you can make it work even on casual kurtas by going for a contrast collar or adding fun or designer button details. like the necklines in second photo. This neckline is very versatile and can suit women of all shapes and more importantly they are all season friendly. You can button up in winter or open some buttons for a breezy summer look.

#2 Fun peter pan collar neck designs for kurtis with collar

Peter pan collar is as fun as it can get with your collar necklines. This style of collar pattern adds a nice modern touch to your ethnic kurtas giving them a very playful vibe. This peter pan neckline can be combines with button row for a more attractive look and can work on both straight cut and flared silhouettes.

 #3 Contemporary neck designs for kurtis with collar and deep V cut

If you find a shirt style collar very boring go for this shirt inspired design without buttons for a contemporary appeal. This kind of contrast kurta neck design works best with plain kurtas for a statement look. Pair this kind of kurti with jeans or palazzos and skip dupatta for a work appropriate outfit which pops.

#4 Standing collar kurti neck design with tie ups and cut out detail 

Looking for a collar style kurti neck pattern which is ideal for special occasion or parties? Well this lace and ribbon tie up style is perfect pick. This latest neck design with high neck collar has a sensuous cut out type of detail with tie ups which is sure to grab all the attention at a party. Try it with deep or dark colours like black, marsala or olive green for the design to stand out even more.

#5 High kurti neck design with button row

This closed neck kurti design with a long button row front is actually a classic vintage era pattern making a come back. Try this with kurtis or salwar kammer or churidar tops for trendy casual outfit which scream old world glam. Pair a long kurta like this with contrast coloured palazzo pants for a breezy ethnic look which radiates grace.

#6 V style half collar neck pattern for kurtis

Collars dont have to be all stuffy and high neck. This V neck flat collar design is a fabulous pick for plain silk kutas as office wear for women. Add a shirt button row to further beautify it and you are ready to flaunt your personality in every form.

#7  Fancy Half collar neck patterns with potli buttons

A half collar kurti neck pattern works well with printed kurtas and a short V and some fancy button additions give a flattering look.  For a neck pattern like this to work make sure to go for a collar in contrasting colour and add potli style buttons which can work for both casual and formal wear with a bit of styling tweaks.

#8 Angrakha inspired wrap neckline collar pattern

A standing collar with angrakha wrap neckline is never going out of style, so all the more reason for you to opt for this neck pattern.  Adding a row of potli buttons enhances the grace of this neckline which can be worn as work wear outfit by ladies. You can pair a kurti with this neckline with jeans, leggings and even  cigarette pants for a streamlined look. 

#9 Extravagant embroidered neck designs for kurtis with collar

Party wear kurtas demand something extra, something more intricate and regal. An extra big collar with embroidery or embellishment details will work well giving a regal look. For a rich and opulent look avoid neck jewellery making the collar the stand out design element and add a pair of chand balis and some kadas.

#10 Modest half collar neck design for kurtis with piping details

A V neckline with Chinese standing collar works well for churidar suits and kurtis giving a smart and sassy get up. Go for contrast piping details on the neckline to enhance it further and give it more character. Simple fabrics like cotton or linen work well with this neckline giving a very elegant everyday outfit.

#11 Alluring lace peter pan collar kurti neck design

If you want to give your everyday kurtis a fun twist, then opt for this fun variation of peter pan collar. The lace collar gives a very exotic yet appropriate for daily wear appeal and works with plain fabric beautifully. Depending on your personal choice you can go for straight cut silhouette or even a fit and flare kurti pattern to team with this neckline and it is sure to work both ways but for added drama I suggest you try a moderately flares trail cut pattern and elbow length plain sleeve designs

#12 Quirky cut out shoulder neck designs for kurtis with collar

If you are looking for a collar neckline for kurtis which makes a statement of its own then this is the apt pattern. A plain neckline patch with short collar and a cut out at both shoulders adding to the oomph factor. Can it get any edgy and playful? try this neckline with a combination of print and plain cloth for best results and mirror or sequin details for sparkling effect for party appropriate outfit.

#13 Side flap shirt collar kurti neck designs

Almost looking like a shirt collar neck pattern this neck design features two button rows and a side flap style opening which is the main attraction. When buttoned up this looks like your regular collar but when you open one or two buttons , the true beauty of this neckline shines. This look has formal written all over it and will suit women of all face shapes.  You can try this neckline on knee length kurtis and pair up with trousers or jeans. If you want to make it more casual appropriate go for fun printed sleeves like polkas and you have a playful look with a modest neckline ready. 

#14 Striking keyhole half collar neck design for kurtis 

This kurti neckline has a keyhole type of cut out in front hence it is named keyhole half collar neck design which is sure to look great on women with small busts and slender necks. Even if you have a short neck this neck design will give an elongated feel but women with large busts should avoid this neck pattern.

#15 Gorgeous ruffled half collar neck design for casual kurtis 

The popular deep V neckline gives an illusion of longer and slimmer necks  but here a V neck is further enhanced and glammed up with ruffle style collar pattern. This kind of neckline works well with printed and plain kurtas for a casual everyday look. You an go for frill detail on kurti hem or sleeves for more oomph. If you have a round face this neckline is ideal giving you an elongated effect and if you are not comfortable with the deep V you can opt for a shorter V neck pattern which can give a subtle curvaceous look for both heavily busted and small busted women.

#16 Latest neck designs with flat collar

The contrast flat collar neck pattern is my favorite way to wear the collar design as it looks fun and causal in addition to working for all seasons. if you dont like the regular stuffy collars then this is the pattern to try with kurtis having flare or A line cut. If you have a square or  round face this neckline will absolutely suit you but make sure to avoid this V style flat collar if you have a long face.

#17  Fashionable cut out collar neck designs with button

If you still think collar necklines cant look fun and fancy then have a look at this striking neck pattern for fusion kurtas. A shirt style collar with a huge cut out detail makes it an instant head turner. If you are looking for a trendy neckline to try with plain kurtas then do give this a try but make sure keep your bust size in mind while deciding the cut out size. For some sparkle use a fabric glue to stick on some sequins or kundans on both corners on collar and tada you have a edgy and pretty kurti ready. 

#18 Timeless chinese collar neck designs for kurtis with button slope

A stylish half collar with V cut and angrakha inspired slide detail is very in trend these days and can be spotted almost on everyone. This neckline is suitable for office wear and even casual wear for working women or busy moms to roam around heck free. Pair with trusted legging for a classic look.

#19 Side button row collar neck designs

Another asymmetric style side button row with collar detail which gives a very western look tou your outfit. Try this style with printed fabric and go for a curved hemline for a playful yet formal look which stands out. 

#20 Embellished standing collar kurti neck design

A very winter friendly closed neckline works well with party wear kurtis or suits. This closed high collar neckline can be done on both embellished or plain fabric but make sure to choose stiff fabric to give it more definition. You can get this neckline done on a plain satin, silk or velvet fabric and then get embellished or embroidered from a karigar for an alluring wedding ready outfit. Pair with churidar pants or leggings and skip the dupatta. Nude lips and kohl smoked eyes help draw attention to neck design and gives an sophisticated appeal.

#22  Printed flap style collar kurti neck design

A side flap style collar neck design looks chic and trendy. This style suits heavily busted women well and also women with short necks. With your plain kurtas opt for a printed flap and sleeve border detail and team with printed palazzos, patialas or skirts for a breezy summer look which screams Catchy!

#23  Mandrian collar neck design for suits

A high mandarin style collar neckline gives a youthful vibe and the side button row add to to its ethereal elegance. This neckline can work for both heavy and flat busted women and suits short kurti styles best. Pair a short kurti having neck pattern like this with jeans for contemporary ethnic look.

#24 Diamond cut out standing churidar collar neck designs

The diamond neckline is pretty popular for back neck designs but you can give it a try for front neck with kurtis or churidar suits. A standing collar with button closure and diamond cut out detail is a sure shout stunner. This neck pattern draws attention to  your collar bones and is ideal for women with slim or long necks. Try it with your cotton kurtis to spice them up a bit. 

#25 Closed neck collar neck patterns with buttons

If graceful and office appropriate nckline is what you desire then closed necks work best. This kind of neckline can come across as boring but an addition of fun button details can add some drama. Try this neckline with you plain kurtas and choose your buttons carefully. you can even go for printed collar pattern to add more visual appeal to plain kurti and it should work out just fine. This simple yet modish neck design is an elegant choice I must say.

#26 Asymmetric collar kurti neck designs

An embroidered side flap collar neck is trendy and can totally change the output of your outfit. Try this neckline with fusion kurtas for a semi formal or casual look. You can also go for a side button row which you can button when it gets freezing cold in winter giving you a totally different high neck look in a jiffy. 

#27 Designer half collar neck patterns with doris

 A high neck mandarin collar neck design for salwar suits and kurtis with dori details making it ideal for special occasions. The keyhole detail gives it a western touch  and contrast piping slant detail adds pretty charm. This neck design is more dressy and works for office parties. You can go for a middle slit anarkali with this neckline and pair with jeans or even palazzo pants.

#29 Attractive half collar neck designs for kurtis

A modish yet traditional neck design with half collar gives a very vibrant saas to any kurta pattern. You can use some bright printed fabric to stitch up a bigger than normal collar and adding contrast piping strips on plain kurta for a casual, chic and contemporary look. 

#30 Contrasting churidar collar neck designs

#31 Modest round collar neck designs with side button row

Asymmetric necklines are hot in trend and this ladies kurti neck design is a variation of this trend. It has a standing collar with side cut and button row making for a n interesting addition to your cotton kurtis. This is a good causal and office party outfit.

#32  Chinese collar neck designs for plain kurtis

Plain kurtas are fabulous everyday wear picks but it doesnt hurt to stylize them a bit with matching lacy collar detail and some round simple buttons. 

#33 Unique ruffled deep V collar neckline pattern

V necklines are pretty common with kurtis but this is a sexier and a designer variation which is sure to find many takers from the younger brigade. A deep V neckline is attached with a contrast ruffle lace details givinga standing collar illusion making it a good party wear kurti neckline pick. Iam so obsessed with this neck pattern for kurtis, definitely on my must haves list in 2019, what say you? 

#34 New age collar neck design with ribbon detail

A trend catching fast among young girls is this chic collar pattern ribbon detailing which gives an illusion of a dress. This kind of kurti with flare hem can infact be worn both ways as indo western kurti with leggings or jeans or without bottoms as a dress. 

#35  Half collar neck pattern for salwar suits

#36 Closed regular collar neckline pattern for formal kurtis

#37 Striking designer kurtis with half collar neck pattern

This is a pretty common neckline with kurtis where a half collar sits firm and a deep slit giving breathing space. you need to avoid neck jewellery with this kind of neckline or opt for simple gold chain with delicate pendants only. This collar pattern suits punjabi salwar suits also beautifully and works best for women with broad shoulders and heavy bust area. For formal kurtis this neck design is a trendy pick.

#38 Catchy sleek collar neck design 2019

Instead of the regular sized collar try something hatke and fun. Opt for a sleek contrast collar and add a button trio detail and watch how your regular plain kurtas get transformed. This neck pattern is perfect for casual everyday wear kurtas and can work great as professions kurta neckline as well. If you have a simple punjabi suit also you an give this design a try using the salwar fabric as collar patch.

#39 Turtle neck style collar neck design for kurtis with middle slit

#40 Simple round kurti neck designs with flap collar

#41 Closed round collar neck designs with buttons

#42 Flower inspired new style collar neck design for indo western kurtas

A flower petal type rose collar neckline makes for a nice break from the usual . This neckline is very contemporary in its appeal and works best for indo western kurti cuts. Opt for rich fabrics like raw silk or velvet for a kurti like this and go for an A line hem to let the neckline shine through. You can avoid the dupatta with this kind of neckline  for obvious reasons and go for more streamlined bottoms instead of flared ones.

#43 Unique collar kurti neck pattern with potli button detailing

This is a new trend surfacing where a collar neckline is enhanced with a row of potli buttons on the edge and angrakha detail. With this neckline you can try various combinations is potli buttons are not for you. Go for tiny fancy buttons or sequin details on collar for a more festive look. This neck design suits flared anarkali kurtas, side slit kurtas and even straight kurtas for a gorgeous look which spells elegant charm. 

Which of these latest neck designs for kurti with collar are you looking to try?

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