51+ Latest salwar kameez neck designs || Indian suit neck designs

Kurtis have taken the ethnic wear scene by a storm but salwar kameez suits still remain the classic favourites with women for special occasions.  Salwar suits have a certain elegance to them and they are very comfortable to flaunt at a variety of occasions be it casual, festive or even formal events. With such versatility, there is bound to be abundant options of styles, cuts and suit neck designs you can choose from to make an appropriate style statement at any occasion or event you attend.

Indian suit or the salwar kameez are mostly available unstitched giving women the freedom to exercise their creative cells to come up with new and unique neckline ideas to flatter your figure and suit the occasion. In addition to neck designs for suits, you can also play with the kameez length, sleeve designs and hemline flares and shapes to give a more customized and glam look to your ethnic suits. If you are having a difficult time zeroing in on an interesting and new kameez neck design then I am here to help you with the decision making the process. Here I bring to you a collection of latest salwar suit neck designs catalogue with images for ladies. Let us scroll through this massive list for some serious inspiration.

Latest Indian suit neck designs|| Salwar kameez neck designs catalogue with Images 

Necklines add a whole of character to a salwar suit, so choosing the right neck design for your suits is important to add to the overall outlook of your ethnic look. Keep the occasion and your body type in mind while selecting your neck designs which will impact the whole appeal of your kameez hugely. For a fresh and stylish charm, it is best to experiment a bit and pick from a variety of new suit neck designs available in this catalogue.

#1 Closed keyhole neckline with button closure

The keyhole neckline for Indian suits sounds a tad bit too bold but if you alter the keyhole length it can work for all kinds of occasions for both casual as well as formal wear salwar suits. Here in the suit neck design image the keyhole is really small and has a button closure but you can do for a longer or a wider keyhole if you are comfortable with a bit of skin show. For formal wear Indian suits, I suggest you keep the cutout width and length small for a work-appropriate neckline. 

#2 Shirt style collar neck design for salwar suits

Collar neck designs are becoming very popular with kurtis and now women have started to opt for them even in ethnic Indian suits. This kind of flat shirt inspired collars work well for cotton salwar kameez for an elegant formal look. For casual wear too collar  churidar neck designs work well and you can add a bit of bling and shine with stones or embellishments on collar to add a festive touch. 
  • Style Tip: Accessorize with oxidized silver jewellery for a rustic touch. Jhumkas, silver bangles and studded juttis should complete the look nicely for your collar suits.

#3 Trendy high neck design for salwar kameez with Dori tie ups

Dori tie ups in the front neck design for salwar suits has many variations and this latest closed neckline with button placket and doris looks appealing for special occasions. this neckline gives a very designer feel but the finishing touches need to be great with attention to details so make sure you opt for an experienced tailor to make this for you. 

#4 Simple boat neck design for salwar suits

The boat neckline is hugely popular these days thanks to its versatility. You can opt for this neck design in salwar suits for workwear or even for festive occasion suits. this neckline shaped like a boat doesnt run deep but runs wide exposing your collar bones nicely. If you have a long slender neck with defined collar bones this is a fabulous neck pattern choice. Even for heavy busted women, this could be the ideal neckline to try. 
  • Style Tip: Get creative with jewelry when flaunting a boat neck design. Opt for elastic or fabric black chokers popular these days or go dramatic with a super long chain or beaded statement neckpiece. 

#5 Latest suit neck design with closed neckline and shoulder slits 

Feeling a tad bit experimental and daring? Try this fresh and exciting suit neck pattern which has a closed neckline and side shoulder cutouts which look chic and edgy at the same time. This neck pattern works best with festive suits with A-line or anarkali kind of flares for a balanced appeal. 
  • Style tip: Skip any kind of neck jewellery with this style and opt for dangler earring instead to make a statement.

#6 Beautiful neck design for designer salwar kameez with side cut out

A variation of the boat neck design, here a normal boat neck pattern for salwar suits is given a trendy twist by going for a sleek eye type cut out on just one side of the neckline. This neckline will most body shapes and is best for pear-shaped women. The nature of this suit design is very chic and fun so this is ideal for festive suits and won't be a good option for work wear salwars.
  • Style Tip: Team this type of neck pattern with statement oversized earrings like chandbalis or huge jhumka and you are party-ready in a jiffy.

#7 Square suit back neck design  

Times are changing and fashion is evolving too. not just the front neck but also the back neck design for suits are chosen carefully these days. Instead of going for a normal U or round neck with doris opt for a square back neck which adds more drama to your festive churidar suits.

#8  Trendy suit neck design for traditional women

A very catchy neckline wherein a semicircular ut is inserted in the middle of a boat neck. This a fairly new suit neck pattern which you can try with plain suits or even embroidered suits. special attention should be given to choice of neckpieces as not all kinds of necklaces will complement this neck design. A choker or short-chain with pendant is best paired with a suit like this. Open hair and mojris should complete this glam suit look for you and you are ready to zoom into parties. 

#9 Short V triangle cut with loops

One trend in neck patterns which is in vogue is the triangle cutouts in the front. Almost like a short V with closure, this new suit neck pattern looks simple and casual with a hint of jazz. Here doris are used to form small loops which criss-cross closing the triangle cut. The loops are of contrasting colours giving a more impactful appeal.

#10  Collar neck design for casual salwar suits

Instead of a full-blown shirt style collar, you can also opt for relaxed casual collars for Indian suits. This style also referred to as half collar neckline for salwar kameez can be done on all kinds of suits, be it cotton, net, chiffon or even crepe for a flattering look which works for alls seasons.

#11  Front neck design for churidar suits with doris 

Indian kameez neck designs with front doris have been popular for years now but they still look trendy and exception with a festive appeal. You can try this style for heavy suits which have embroidery or embellishments to wear at parties or festivals. Opt for contrasting tassel latkans for maximum style impact. 
  • Style Tip: Keep your makeup light and accessories simple to let the neck pattern take focus and form the highlight of your look. 

#12 Standing collar neck design for salwar suits

Similar to a turtle neck this high standing collar neckline for Indian suits work well for winters. Women with long faces and small busts can opt for this necklines as it will flatter them well. You can get these stitched with plain suits for a simple and elegant appeal or opt for sequin and work details for a more dressy festive approach. 

#13 Round closed neckline for work wear salwar kameez

The new trend surfacing is this closed round neck design which I have seen not just in salwar suits but also in saree blouses, lehenga blouses and kurtis. This basic neckline lets other elements be the highlight of your ethnic look instead of the kameez. Like if you want your accessories or your flared bottoms to stand out then a simple neck pattern like this is the best fit. This also is an ideal neck style for workwear suits.

#14 Glam halter neck design for salwar kameez suits

A variation of the halter neckline this one is uber stylish and gives a contemporary vibe. the halter neck design for suits can look a tad bit too bold but here sleeves are added and just cuts near the neck design give the halter illusion making it suitable for even traditional women. Strictly keep your dupatta away from the neck area to allow this alluring pattern make a statement of its own.
Ideal for: college girls and young brigade for festive occasions.

#15 Collar salwar kameez neck design with scoop neckline

A high back collar neck with front scoop neck looks sophisticated and edgy at the same time. This style is a winner on all counts and will showcase your curves tastefully. It can be easily done on fabrics like silk, cotton or crepe and finished off with decorative button details. This is ideal for occasions like Diwali or eid and you can alter the depth of the front scoop to suit your comfort.  

#16 Wrap Indian suit neck design 

The traditional angrakha Indian suit neck pattern where a layer of fabric wraps the kameez diagnolly and ends in dori tie ups. This is a very stylish yet comfortable neckline which you can try with cotton salwars. Since this is a very trendy and unique neck pattern it can suit festive suits like anarkalis beautifully. 

#17 Mandarin collar salwar neck design with front button row

Mandarin collar neck design for Indian suits works well giving an exceptional and confident vibe. This standing collar style is complemented with a potli button row in the front to add to its saas. You can try this neckline with your workwear brocade, silk or cotton suits for a distinct yet smart formal look. 
  • Style tip: Add real buttons instead of faux buttons and make this an all-season neck pattern. keep the buttons closed in winter while you can open some for an airy summer look.

#18 Basic square salwar suit neck design

If you have a classic taste you can stick to basic necklines like the round, V or square neck design which have an old-world charm of their own. You can always add a bit of modern details and make this square neckline more fun and jazzy. Like if you love neck designs with laces then this is best neck pattern as it is easy to attach borders to square necks. Shop for trendy lace borders like mirror work or sequined laces and give a new getup to your simple Indian suit. 

#19 V neck design with pinched frill detail

The evergreen V neckline works well with suits for formal wear or even college wear. This neckline is very common but if you like something basic and simplistic this could be your choice and you an always opt for minor tweaks to make it looks more trendy. Here the V neck is edged with pleated frill detail giving it an interesting twist. You can opt for a contrasting frill edging for more drama and slay effortlessly. 

#20 Chic peter pan collar suit neck pattern

This pattern is very popular with western wear but with indian ethnic suits, not that much. There is no harm is experimenting and try the east meets west concept and this neckline is actually very easy to carry off since it works as an extension of the boat neck pattern. Here the peter pan flap collars are embellished with sequin stones giving the whole outfit a glam party vibe. You can opt for plain or contrasting flaps to add to the grace of this neckline.
  • Pro tip: For embellished details, on the flap collar you can stick some Kundan stones using fabric glue. 

#21 Simple round neck designs for churidar kameez with potli buttons

A round neckline is never going to go out of style and will suit women of ages and shapes. Since a round neck tends to veer into the too basic zone, you can opt for a combination of front buttons to enhance the appeal of a round neck pattern. The buttons can be decorative buttons or potli style buttons in contrasting colours. 

#22 Side wrap with criss-cross tie ups suit neck pattern

In this high neck design for suits there is an overlap detail which is held together on the side by criss cross dori details in contrasting colour. This whole neckline lends a chic and stylized character to the kameez making it a modern suit which younger women will love. 

#23 Stylish Cut work neck design

This multiple swirl cutouts detail on the closed round neck makes for an alluring picture and can be tried for a perfect party wear salwar suit. Add contrast piping details on the cuts and match with cutwork on sleeves and add a sheer dupatta to show off the trendy details. This neckline is perfect for women who hate wearing neck jewellery as this neckline is anyway so decorative eliminating the need for necklaces. For festivals or small wedding ceremonies like a roka or mehndi, this kind of neck pattern works well. 

#24 Angrakaha inspired wrap neck design with button details

This harming neckline where a short layer rests over the other in an angrakha pattern giving a very elegant vibe is best suited for office wear salwar kameez suits and churidars. Normally angrakha's end in a dori tie ups but here this neckline takes things the fusion route to have slant button row avoiding the need fr dori tie-ups. Also this angrakha overlaps just a bit on the side of neckline instead of going all the way up to the armhole. If your salwar suit comes with lesser fabric also you can give this neck pattern for suits a try. 

#25 Traditional kurti neck designs with contrasting fabric details

For most of us who shop for cotton salwar suits path work front neck designs are what we prefer. There are so many variations and styles you can try with patch work technique helping you get a unique new design for every suit you own. Basically in a neck pattern like this contrast fabric mostly from the salwar bottom is used to form a design detail at the neck area. This looks uber pretty and also helps bring the whole salwar suit look together in harmony. Here are some patchwork salwar neck designs you can try.

Angular contrast piping with loops neck pattern for salwar kameez

Extended Paan shaped churidar kameez neck design

Half collar neck design with two-layered contrast piping for kameez

Stylish patch neckline with potli buttons

Scallop edged neckline with decorative buttons for punjabi suits

Asymmetric neck pattern for Patiala suits with small triangles side detail

Matka variant new neck pattern for unstitched cotton suits

#26 Half collar neck designs for salwar kameez suits

For a classy look opt for half collar neck design which has a deep slit held together by buttons. You can keep the buttons decorative or normal as per your liking. I suggest opting for normal buttons where you can keep them open for casual wear or button them up for formal wear making for easy transition of the kurti kameez. 
  • Style Tip: For effortless glam opt for buttons to run, way below your waistline and add a slit in between from the bottom. A three-way slit straight kurti with button details looks designer and tasteful.

#27 Deep V suit neck pattern with slant button details

V necks are a classic favourite neck pattern and the best part is these necklines give an elongated and slender neck illusion which works in giving a new dimension to your personality. You can try a variety of V neck pattern and modify the width and depth as per your convenience. This V neck here has an overlap style with slant decorative button detail. This looks gorgeous on plain suits but it would look equally amazing on printed kameez too but make sure to opt for contrasting coloured buttons for them to pop out nicely.

#28 Boat neck designs with button closure for salwar suit -placket neckline

Boat neck designs like I mentioned earlier are a rage these days and they come in many different variations styles. You can opt for a wide boat neck which gives an off-shoulder like an illusion or go for a deep roundish boat style like in the kameez neck design photo above. This boat neck is supported well by button detail in the front which lends a refined aesthetic to it.
  • Pro Tip: This neckline also known as placket neckline can have a button-down opening or be a false placket too. You can opt for whatever you are comfortable with for any of your salwar suits.

#29 Sliding slant patchwork salwar kameez neck designs

I love adding a bit of salwar fabric to the kameez to bring the whole contrasting elements together. You can opt for the fabric to be put at the sleeve borders, kameez hemline or even on the neckline area. For the neckline, you can add salwar fabric patches in many trendy and creative ways and this new swirl slopestyle with potli buttons on one side looks very chic and girly. 

#30 Striking rectangular neck pattern with printed fabric overlay and lace trimming

Another idea to add a fabric patch from the bottom salwar on the kameez is to do it like in the neck pattern above. Here the patch gives a very modish appeal and the gold lace trim added looks lovely. This can work for both casual as well as festive suits.

#31 Asymmetric Indian suit neck pattern with side button row

If you have a thing for new age neck patterns then this slop flap collar neck pattern should find a fan in you. This neck design uses contrast fabric patches form the salwar bottoms to create a scallop edge flap which rests diagonally while the other side of the neck is a straight line extending below the chest area. There are three buttons on the side adding to the visual interest making this quite a stunner. 

#32  Classic wide scoop neck design

If you have purchased an amazing salwar suit with gorgeous embroidery or stonework you dont need a fancy neck pattern as a competing element. Go for a fuss-free scoop round neck which lets your dress design be the highlight and shows off your sculpted collar bones beautifully. This neck pattern works best for punjabi suits with flared Patiala pants.

#33 Single flap collar design with buttons on side detail

This neckline is a modern take on the collar neck pattern where a single collar flap rests on the side while the other has button details. This is a great choice for formal wear suits and can work well for festive suits too if you go for pretty button details in bright colours. The neckline here forms the focus of the kameez so avoid all sorts of neck jewellery and add studs with a bracelet to work an understated graceful look. 

#34 High neck design with triangle cutout for salwar kameez suits

Almost closed necklines in punjabi suits are in vogue and if haven't got any suit stitched in this style it is time to take action now. If you find the higher necklines stuffy you can opt for a triangle cut out in the front like in the suit neck design image above which acts as a breathing space giving an ethereal appeal.  this kind of necklines works best with structured bottoms or more modern silhouettes like trouser pants, palazzos etc..

#35 High back neck design with step cut illusion

Want to try a fun and fresh neck pattern? Then here is this high back half collar style which looks amazing. This style has a round front neckline which combined with the collared back looks like a matka pattern with a step cut illusion. This neckline is ideal for festive and bridal suits. You can get your salwar suits stitched with this pattern to add to your wedding trousseau.

#36  Printed fabric patchwork round neck design with buttons

Give you U neck design a fancy spin by adding a contrast printed patch detail like in the suit neck pattern photo above. Finish off with contrast coloured decorative buttons. If your salwar suit has a plain kameez and a printed bottom this is a good neckline to try using the printed fabric from salwar part. You can try this style with kurtis too. 

#37 Contemporary Indian suit neck designs with side button and border details

A basic neck pattern with a middle button row is seen a lot but a bit of placement tweaking can add  zing to your salwar kameez. you an place the button row on the side with a bit of piping detail which gives a trench type of output. This style is simple to try for casual wear yet there is a sophisticated stylish charm to it. 

#38 High neck festive suits neck pattern

A high collar neck at the back is combined with a step style front neck design where the slit detail runs a bit deep. You can alter the length of the slit as per your liking and add golden lace borders at the back collar for a more glam festive touch. This neckline is ideal for partywear suits and you can also try it with formal suits minus the slit detail. Wear delicate chains and pendants and avoid choker style necklaces. You can also add rani haar if the occasion is grand with this suit neck design.

#39 Elegant standing collar neck design 

The high standing collar also has many variations and one such variation is in the neck pattern image above. This slit free collar is held together by strips and button closure making for interesting design detail. A neck pattern like this needs a long slender neck to carry off with ease. If you have a short neck or double hin then this will make your neck look non-existant spoiling the whole outfit for you. churidar type sleeves work nicely to play on the elegance and sophistication of this neckline and if you opt for an Anarkali flared hem then this is Sure shot party stunner. You can try this neck pattern wit daily wear suits too but opt for three-quarter sleeves and A-line hem.

#40 Sleek eye slit front neck design

The keyhole neckline where there is a hole in front neck is something everyone has tried or seen but here is a kaira inspired suit neck design where a horizontal eye shaped slit is present in a closed neckline. This slit is edged with piping details and a little bit of skin peeking out makes for a contemporary vibe for girls who have a distinct taste. This pattern is strictly for festive salwar suits which you can flaunt at speial occasions and parties.

#41 Flat collar neck design for kameez kurti suits

This fresh suit neck pattern literally screams girly and chic.  A contemporary choice and when done on cheery prints and colours this neck design is sure to grab eyeballs at any party or event you attend. this is ideal for day events in summer. Add dori details where the neck flap ends and pair with a plain dupatta. Make sure keep the dupatta away form the neck design otherwise this beautiful neckline will not be able to make a mark of its own.
  • Style Tip: Tassel earrings, bright lip and open hair should finish off this breezy and feminine look nicely. Dont forget to add some bangles for a more traditional appeal.

#42 Side slant slop with button detail neck pattern

Another neckline option you can try with workwear salwar suits is to go for a closed neck design with a slope detail having potli buttons row at just one side. This whole neckline though new age looks very basic and work-appropriate as the buttons are of same colour as the suit. You can add contrasting coloured buttons for a pop which can work for casual wear.
  • Style Tip: wear a kurti like this with printed palazzo pants or trousers and skip the dupatta for fuss free look.

#43 Crew neck designs for salwar suits

A snug crew style neckline with standing collar gives a very graceful look to Punjabi suits. This whole closed neckline is ideal for women with small busts as it gives a fuller illusion. You should avoid this neck pattern if you a short neck or chin fat as it can make you look stout. For a neckline like this an anarkali or A-line flares work well but you can also try it with straight-cut kameez and pair it with flared palazzos or gherdaar salwars.

#44 Alluring V neck pattern with button details

A steep V neck looks amazing yet simplistic. This whole V neck can be enhanced with decorative details like tassels or buttons to add to its beauty. Here polti buttons are added giving the outfit more dimension. Neck patterns like the V neck are ideal for women with heavy busts or shorter necks as it gives an elongated neck illusion.

#45 Modern suit neck design for young fashionistas

A flattering, polished and suave neck pattern for young fashionistas who want a fusion look with their punjabi suits. In this neck pattern two strips of fabric criss-cross forming a unique design at the neck area. This girly and youthful neck design has a fresh appeal which will work best with more modish kind of suits like Pakistani palazzo suits, churidar suits or trouser suit designs

#46 Angrakha neck design for festive punjabi salwars

If you are the traditional kind then this wrap angrakha design will be a good pick for you. Here a V neck extended to the side and taken down to the hemline for an enhanced and pretty look. If your punjabi suit came with a nice long border then you can surely try this neck pattern. Alternatively, you can shop for a contrasting lace and give a dual colour look to your heavy salwar suits.

#47 Quirky asymmetric cut neck pattern for salwar kameez

Exclusive partywear salwar suits need a bit more oomph to stand out in a crowd. Here is a gorgeous neckline which has an asymmetric placement and gives a fusion appeal which you can try for occasions like dinner parties, birthday events and date nights. Since this neckline is more on the western side it best to keep sleeves short or avoid it altogether and balance it out with a bit of flare in the hemline. 

#48 Illusion  V neckline with lace borders for plain suits

Here a plain kameez is given a striking dimension with use of lace borders in a trendy way. the lace doesnt border the neck pattern but extends further down to the waistline forming a deep sleek V of sorts with a triangular fabric patch underlay. This neckline gives height to your overall look and is best suited for round faces or women with short necks. You can add borders to sleeves and the kurti hem and finish off your DIY suit from plain fabric. If you have old sarees lying around try getting a Kurti from saree stitched and get the most out of every piece of garment. 

#49 Short V with round neck design for simple churidar suits

Give a simple twist to the classic round neck pattern by adding a short V in the middle. this simple neckline is ideal for daily wear punjabi suits or any kind. Your suit could have embroidery, embellishments prints or even be plain and this neckline would fit in perfectly without any hassles.

#50 Latest boat neck designs with keyhole

For party wear suits try an eye hole front neckline like this and complement it with shoulder cutout sleeves. This kind of a kurti neck design when paired with flared pants in contrasting colour makes for an eyecatching outfit you can flaunt at formal events and dinner parties.
  • Style Tip: You can pair a kameez like this not just with the bottoms it came with but also with palazzos, jeans, jeggings or even leggings for a fresh new look. 

#51 Fun side cutout detail neck pattern

If you are in the mood to try something new but dont want to move too much away from your comfort zone then I have the perfect suit neck pattern for you. This almost round like neck design has a side slit cut out detail which doesn't stand out but makes an impact for sure. The cutout is tiny so it can be flaunted by women of all ages and sizes.

#52 Star neck design for plain salwars

Modish and quirky this star neck design is decorative and dressy on its own and can make your salwar kameez an instant head-turner. Women are sure to take a second glance at a neck pattern like this which isn't very common in traditional suits. You can further give it a new dimension by opting for dramatic flared sleeves or even puff sleeves to complement this striking neck design.  Try this with plain salwar suits add a contrasting dupatta and salwar bottoms and round off with tassel earrings a bright lip colour. 

Tips on choosing the right neck design for your salwar kameez suits

  1. Experiment with simple suits: For plain suits opt for dressier and more modish neck patterns which can add character to your self designed outfits. You can go all out and choose asymmetric necklines, add buttons, doris or even tassel details to enhance the saas of your simple salwar suits. 
  2. Use borders: If you plan to add lace borders then necklines like V, round or square is a good idea to start with. If you want more creative ideal for neck designs with lace then read to this post
  3. Basic necklines for festive suits: For heavy partywear, salwar suits neck patterns should be understated to let the embellishments of the suit take centre stage. You can opt for fuss-free basic necklines and use neck jewellery to stand out. 
  4. Dont ignore the Sleeves : when getting a salwar suit stitched pay attention not just to the neck design but also to the sleeves. you can avoid sleeve completely and go sleeveless but women mostly opt for sleeves with salwar kameez outfits. You can give your suits a more modern look with latest sleeve designs like frill sleeves, cold shoulders or even dori sleeves.
  5. Occasion matters: What kind of occasion are you getting your Punjabi suit stitched for? If the occasions are festive but very traditional like a puja or nikah where not much skin show is allowed then you need to choose non-revealing necklines. For office wear suits also closed higher neck patterns work well. For partywear, you can get creative with cuts and styles and show off your curves too. Deeper neck patterns work well for dinner dates, cocktail events and even wedding ceremonies. 
  6. Comfort first: ALways remember that being comfortable and confident in what you wear makes for the best style statement. Never compromise on the comfort factor when selecting your suit necklines. If you are conscious about deep necks then dont go for it, experimenting a bit is okay but veering into unknown territory and not getting a positive vibe out of an outfit is the worst thing that can happen. Take baby steps if you want to try something new, try simple style tweaks and if it gives a good result you can opt for a more bolder neckline with your next suit. 
  7. Keep your body type in mind: When finalizing on the neck pattern for suits make sure to keep your body shape in mind. Main points to consider is the neck length and bust size. Here is a guide into different types of neck designs and what kind of women it will suit. 
  • V neckline- Works well for women of all body shapes. This neck pattern gives an elongated look making you look longer. If you have a stout neck or double chin this is the best neckline to try. You can opt for a V neck with trendy contemporary design details instead of a normal V neckline. Refer to design number 27, 52, 19, 44 for variations.
  • Scoop neckline - A bit deeper than the round neckline this type of neck pattern is very basic but works well for a designer and heavy suits which are beautiful on their own. This is also an ideal neck pattern for festive and wedding suits which you are most likely to pair with heavy necklaces. Big neckpieces will look amazing with a scoop neck design. 
  • High necklines - Higher necklines can be boat necks, turtles, necks, closed neck or even collar necks which are a rage these days. These hide it al neck patterns which cover the entire shoulder and decollete line work best for office wear suits where modest clothing is preferred. If you have a big bust and a short nek avoid higher necklines and opt for medium necklines like boat neck and half collars which cover up well yet lend a bit of hight to flatter your shape.
  • Boat neckline: This neck pattern gives a wide shoulder illusion and works amazingly for women heavy in the hip area. This style actually will suit most women with any kind of body shape except if you have broad shoulders. This not so low plunged neck design will suit workwear suits, casual kameez and even festive salwars suits nicely making it a hugely popular and a versatile option.
  • Square Neckline: This neck pattern is ideal for women with a short neck and narrow shoulders. If you have a wide neck this neckline can make you look more broad and boxy so it should be avoided.  
  • Sweetheart neckline:  This neckline runs deep and gives an illusion of a longer neck. if you have a small bust then this neck pattern can help camouflage it and make it look like you have fuller curves.
Which of the above salwar kameez suit neck designs do you like most? tell us!

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