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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.