Neck Designs of dresses that are in vogue

Indian apparel has its own charisma, grace and demand among the women due to its brilliant appearance and eye catching designs. The Indian designers are tirelessly attempting innovative flairs to craft a blend of modern look in the traditional outfits. One of the most common yet all season favorite is the salwar kameez. Salwar kameez has been in vogue since the Mughal period. Every woman can look beautiful if she makes the right choice of her dress. But you should be cautious in making any investments in designer Salwar kameez. The elegance of salwar kameez is enriched by its neckline. Neckline can add appeal, make you look smarter and flatter you or can completely ruin your look. Selecting proper neckline based on your neck, shoulder and face is sure to add beauty to your lovely salwar kameez. There are variety of necklines based of different body type such as scoop neckline, boat neckline, V neckline, keyhole neckline, halter neckline and lots more.We help you to choose perfect neckline based on your body so that when you wear your classic salwar kameez you are sure to be the star of the occasion.


Georgette patch work blue semi stitched long anarkali suit

This grandiose looking georgette patch work blue salwar is sure to make you look like queen. If you look at the neckline it is the always in fashion- the V shape neckline. The neckline has added up more charm to the dress giving the dress regal look. If you have apple shaped body this neckline is the perfect choice but if you are heavy on the bust or have long neck choosing this neckline could be a disaster. You can also team up this glitzy neckline salwar kameez with tight chudiar or straight bottom you are definitely to captivate attention.


Bhumika chawla georgette machine work peach semi stitched long anarkali suit

Check out the voguish georgette machine work peach anarkali suit. It is definitely to hook your attention.Look like a sweetheart with this forever young looking neckline- the sweetheart neckline. The best thing about this neckline is that it can be worn by any body shape and draws attention to the neck. This neckline can be worn with any sleeve length be it full sleeves, three-quarter sleeves or cap sleeves. Laces, thread work, crochet work over the sweetheart neckline will glamorize the attire.


Georgette patch work black semi stitched long anarkali suit

Black is always in fashion and this alluring patch work anarkali suit proves it. The beauty of the dress completely relies on the neckline. The golden embroidery work over the closed neck line or the high neck makes it perfect for any occasion. This type of neckline will look unflattering if there is no space between your face and top. Women with long necks can definitely attempt this attire; you would look splendid.  Hooked, zipped, buttoned high necklines are completely fashionable.


Velvet patch work orange semi stitched long anarkali suit

You are sure to love this vibrant velvet patch orange anarkali suit. The customary round neckline in this admirable piece fits into any body shape women. This neckline is very popular due to its simplicity and demure look. You can try this neckline on any ethnic outfit. It is sure to add more beauty to your stunning apparel.


Asin cotton machine work green semi stitched long anarkali suit

This graceful machine work green anarkali is to bring style statement in your wardrobe. The stand by collar neckline brings smartness yet ethnic look. You can choose this neckline on embroidery suits, plain suits or the Indian Anarkali Dress. Collar neckline look good on women with thin and long necks, but women who are short or have heavy bust line should strictly avoid this. It can be worn by any age groups.


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