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12 Types Of Neck Patterns For Designer Ethnic Wears To Enjoy Winter Chills

Make your winters more fashionable and dresses stand out with some specific Winter-loving neck designs. Here are some trendy tips to make your best and lavish lehengas, sarees, kurtis and suits more ethereal with beautiful warm and cosy neck designs. Sounds interesting? Check out NOW!

by : Paromita. On 21/12/16. 0 Comments.

‘Fashion fades, style remains’ – a saying by a wise designer. Aye! We truly feel this by heart as well. It’s not your dress that you bought for 1000 bucks will reward you praise but your intense style workouts behind the sense do.

In the fashion world, the season also plays a major role in our dressing sense, makeup ideas and many more things. And the most confusing state starts when layering enters during the winter season. Don’t worry, when fashion glitterati is here! Winter comes in mischievous layers and beneath so many layers, that sequin design of your dress may not showcase its best efforts. Necklines or collars are the things that can be easily peep-able during those days. So, here we are...

We hopped in with catchy 12 types of neck patterns for designer ethnic wears to appease your craving for zara hatke in winters. Now no need to visit any high-class boutique to get ideas on vivacious neck patterns; our BIG FAT designer guidebook for women will help you to win the race.
Start your fashion venture with us and keep scrolling to scoop out the biggest cream pie look.

Swan Neck

Swan neck showcases your beauty bone in the most natural and beautiful form. Comes in a slight stand-up position, this neckline style follows deep front dig. It looks like a cape of Dracula sometimes! Well, fear not, and ask your tailor for this design for your best ethnic wear and see the transformation afterwards. Swan neckline kurtis or lehengas are recently in vogue and are different from shawl neckline. This type of neck design makes every belle noticeable in winter wear.

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Pair your swan neck kurti piece with leather leggings for a chic day look. Complement it with pearl stud earrings and you will be all done!

Bertha Collar

Do you have any lace fabric and stacked it for your precious designer lehenga? Then the right time has arrived!
Ask your designer to try Bertha collar with your new dreamy kurti piece. This style will let you adore some contemporary glam in a snap. Lace fabrics and hard fabrics such as jute or khadi as a base will work great together.

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Pair your Bertha collar kurti or Anarkali with delicate lace leggings or net bottom wears for an ultimate appeal. Accessorise it with pearl stud earrings and pumps.

Peter Pan Collar

This is the personal best of many fashionistas and high-class belles. At recent shows in Lakme Fashion Week, many models and Bollywood actresses were seen with Peter Pan collared kurtis, Anarkalis and designer lehengas. This style showcases narrow collar with rounded ends at centre front. Giving a perfect pitch to the ethnic tops, this style is specifically western and adorned on maiden clothes.

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Peter Pan collar denotes utter sophistication, thus you require adorning it with equally high-class substances.

Collaret Neck

Cascade and collaret are somewhat equal but way different. The difference lies in their covering areas. Collaret neckline pattern covers a larger area than the cascade style. Collaret showcases circular cut ruffle attached through the shoulders at the top of the neckline. This type of pretty British adorn will look apt on lehenga cholis that come with matte, pastel and coral shades. Isn’t this a perfect kick back to winter fractals in a pretty way?

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Collaret neckline pattern denotes British high maiden choice and women at former times used to wear this type of dresses as well. But nowadays they can also be worn with long gown Anarkalis and Indian ethnic gowns.

Queen Anne Neck

Have you noticed Queen’s dresses and especially her dresses’ collars? Well, then you know about Queen Anne neckline pattern! This type of collar extends up from the back of the neck and plunges deep down at the front as shown in the image. These are generally tried on lace fabrics and adornments. If this neck pattern is tailored to make cholis or blouses or kurtis or Anarkalis, then the padded form is used to enhance bust shape.

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Queen Anne neck style is generally loved in light hues and if your complexion is too dusky then you can also try matte shades. Avoid trying too bright shades.

Mandarin Collar

Mandarin collar is famous with kurtis and traditional blouses. You must have adorned them once upon in a lifetime. Remember!?
Mandarin collar features band collar with square or rounded ends that do not meet at the centre front and always leave some space. This type of kurti neck style is also called as Chinese collar or Nehru collar.

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Mandarin collar style can be adorned with any type of ethnic wear and a great option for kurti neck design cutting.

Turtle Neck

Turtle neck pattern is the second name for winter styles. This type of stylish neck design features ultra high rounded collar with very wide ribbed knit strip which is generally worn folded over. The fabric needs to be soft enough to support a casual and comfortable folding at the neck length. Do you have a sweater with this type of neck design? Check dear!

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Wear turtle collar beauty with tight fitting kurtis and bright colours are best to show off its appeal.

Ruffle Collar

Now is this is something really girly and cute. Depending on your mood and blues, on a very sunny day, you can adorn this front neck design for kurtis. This style demands bright and preppy colours to showcase the girly vibrancy at its best. Ruffle collar features straight piece of lace or trims gathered at neck edge to form ripples or ruffles all around the neck.

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Ruffle collar can touch the zenith when matched with cutesy prints and hand-worked designs of kurtis.

Shawl Collar

Let this style pattern defines your feminine charm at its best. The shawl collar is formed by an extension of the garment front and plunges a little deep at the front. The collar is generally folded a little to give a shawl kind of appeal to the wearer. What a cute drape!?

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This type of neck style is best with blouse designs and patterns. Make sure your saree is heavy and royal enough to complement this royalist choice. Fabrics like velvet and Pashmina will suit this type of collar style.

Jewel Neckline

Its name is self-suggesting the characteristics of this kurti neck design. Why we are calling it ‘kurti’ neck design so specifically? Well, jewel neckline is mostly adorned in kurti neck patterns which can be worn with designer sarees and wedding lehengas. The inner lining is a must in this type of kurtis, so make sure your stylist is using a soft core.

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To dazzle more wit this style, pick out deep and dark shades.

Cowl Neckline

Now this is completely from the western world and trust you will truly adorn its loose and baggy style! Cowl neckline is a style which adorns women with tall neck lengths. It comes with the garment having material draped in rounded folds. This style is generally founded in sweaters and ponchos. Thanks to every designer; they have beautifully infused this style in Indian ethnic wears for women as well. Hail!

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If you are adorning this style in kurtis, then ask your tailor to make it baggy and loose and long enough. Give it a quirky look and add fabric patches.

Stand-Up Collar

This style is somewhat similar to the Mandarin collar but a slight difference is there! Stand up collar features sharp edges and showcase a frustum shape at the front. This neck design and style looks excellent with jacket blouses and Anarkalis while giving you a serious persona at an instant.

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Brocade design will look classy with this type of collar or neck design.

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