We wear a salwar kameez for almost any purpose and daily wear too. Hence we like to wear something different even in a normal casual wear salwar kameez or a party wear salwar suit. The easiest way to add more style or a different style to your salwar kameez, is to make a different neckline design for salwar kameez.
There are some top choices of neckline pattern for salwar suits to choose from. These popular different neckline designs will change your day to day look in salwar suit and can also add an extra element to your party or festival wear style.
Square Neckline salwar Kameez
These neckline is not chosen by many women as it may not suit all ladies. But if you have a long face or oval and narrow shoulders, you can try this type of neckline for your salwar kameez design. This neck pattern goes well with a straight cut kameez, paired with punjabi suit or a palazzo suit.
Scoop Neck or Round Neck Salwar Kameez
No matter what type of face or figure you have, a Scoop neck design can suit all ladies. Add some more detail to a scoop neck salwar kameez by adding more depth or by adding variation of tiring a string at the back side and adding a handwork embroidery on neckline. A round neck salwar kameez neck design works well for women who want to wear sleeveless in any pattern of salwar suit styles.
Collared Neckline Salwar Kameez
Collar Necklines are stylish and simple style of neckline pattern for women to wear at formal events or parties too. A Mandarin collar salwar suit neckline design with embroidered work on collar and placket suits a patiala style or an anarkali suit equally. Create variations by choosing a jewel shape neckline combined with collar neck to get a different look.
V Neck Salwar Kameez
This neckline suits most women and is considered to a stylish option. You can also add a deep slit neck pattern to salwar suits for a party wear or occasional wear. There are variations of round and v neck. A Halter Neck is also a variation of the V neck, where the neckline appears v in design but has no sleeves attached and instead tie ups from the neckline to the back of the neck to secure it here.
Boat Neckline Salwar Kameez
This one has been since old days, but has been in trend even today. The popular boat neckline salwar suits work well for festivals, parties or even a wedding wear salwar kameez. The style is combined with sleeveless and elbow sleeves both to get the best look for the neckline design. Don’t go for a boat neck salwar kameez if you are heavy busted or on a heavier body shape, instead opt for a cape neckline which is worn over the normal salwar suit.
Closed Neckline Salwar Kameez
The closed neck pattern of salwar suits are also not suited for all body types like Heavy or inverted V shape. A closed neck style is one that as no neckline visible and may be built up neck design also known as high neck style. These are very popular with silk salwar suits and can be worn in anarkali suits or churidar suits.
Sweetheart Neckline Salwar Kameez
The salwar suit having a sweetheart neckline pattern has a smile heart shape look and can also be made with a double neckline look with an over layer style of yoke design. This neckline is best suited for slim women or hourglass women. Wear a sweetheart neckline design salwar kameez for wedding wear or party wear. You can get this desired style of neckline made for any style of salwar kameez.
Asymmetric Neckline Salwar Kameez
These are necklines which are not equally designed or cut on both sides of the centre line. The Angrakha neckline design is a good example where it is overlapped tie up to one side of yoke. The one shoulder salwar suit neckline is also a asymmetric neckline design which can be worn in anarkali dresses or gown style salwar suits.
Keyhole Neckline Salwar Kameez
This pattern is a mixture of two necklines like a round neck with a key hole or a collar neck with a keyhole at front or back neck side. The pattern can be made with a jewel neck and added button or string to create keyhole shape. Salwar neck design with front dori is very popular in styles like anarkali dress or kurta and bottom dresses.