Today, fashion is not just about wearing expensive and stylish clothes. It is not restricted to a section of the society. Rather, now fashion is for ‘everybody’ It is not just the attire but also resembles a person’s entire personality. What you wear speaks a lot about yourself.
Hence, the purview of fashion has also widened to include new styles, new designs, fabrics and a lot more. People have become more inclined to wearing mix match fashionable clothing. And one such women’s apparel that has evolved in fashion is different types of Kurtis. From casual wear to designer kurtis, they have experimented in terms of lengths, necklines, sleeve patterns and etc.
Although, short kurtis are quite favourite among women of all ages. They are trendy, and comfortable to wear. Most importantly, they go with every bottom wear like leggings, jeans, palazzo, trousers and even with long and short skirts also.
Short kurtis look good on everyone from a college student to a corporate professional. Different styles and necklines make the difference like casual, formal or party wear. All of us have worn short kurtis of different styles, but here are few tips on quirky necklines, which you can check out for short kurtis.
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Cowl Neck: This neckline basically originated from woolen sweaters, but gradually other apparels also copied the pattern. Since the fabric is gathered around the neck, a pretty small pendant will work on it.
Illusion Neck: This can be used for party wear and even for casual evening outings. It goes best with long sleeves. It has a transparent lace of embroidered panel attached to the bodice which gives a sensual look. This is mostly best for women with a leaner body shape or broad shoulders.
Queen Anne with Scoop Neck: This is a broader neckline and really looks good in designer kurtis. It has a V or pentagon neck covered with a side jacket. It gives a gorgeous look and perfect for evening occasions. Make sure to layer inner wear suitable that goes with this neck quick-to-match.
Halter Neck: This is a sleeveless style where the underarm fabric tapers towards the neck giving a bare shoulder look. This looks stylish and trendy. Make sure you are choosing the right innerwear when you wear this as it accentuates the collar bone. It is mostly a casual wear and goes well with any lower.
Mandarin Neck: This is a collared neckline and can be worn with legging, jeggings and jeans. This can also be worn while going to the office or for day outings. It is good as both a formal and casual wear. As if you are wondering which style to choose for your long neck body, go for halter neck kurta and compliment your collarbones proudly.
Other styles can be Pentagon, High Collar, Spaghetti, Portrait, U or V Necklines and more. In terms of style, asymmetrical and long, short kurtis are in vogue these days. Make sure to pair your designer kurtis appropriately with the right accessories, hairdo and makeup.
So, if you are in the mood to spice up your look in short kurtis, quirky necklines are what you must explore.
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