Kurti is a traditional dress worn by women in India. There are so many ways to style kurti that you can experiment with different combinations like, kurti with palazzo, kurtis leggings and kurtis and jeans. There are variety of fabrics available nowadays and you can custom make your kurtis as your own choice. Also, following are the patterns that will help you to figure out which back neck design is best for you.
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The Intersecting straps for back neck
This pattern refers to the style with criss cross string at the back with deep U or square cut along with knots or you can keep it simple as well. Ready made necklines are also available which you can use as embellishments.
Design Pattern patch
You can make design patch or can take printed cloth and get it stitched in back portion of the Kurtis. You can do it specially on plain solid color kurtis, like whites, blacks etc. Always go for mixing up with contrast colors. Like if you are using a dark color go for a light color patch which will up more. This is the a simple kurti neck design which you can have for casual look.
Little knots at the back looks really pretty. You can go for a deep cut back with single or multiple knots. It definitely looks very distinctive and will add a younger flavor to your design. Knots are so pretty that they can go everywhere like neck, backneck, and cuffs of your kurta.
Deep sweetheart back neckline
sweethearts neck absolutely gives a princess look to the dress. Well, also you can try a deep sweetheart neck on the backside and add a bow or knot in it. Net fabrics can be used on back neck as well. Again if you want a simple kurti neck design you can go for this style which looks absolutely cute. This is basic design and you can modify it accordingly with beads and strings, and embellishments.
Simple Kurti Neck Design with Button downs bows
Another style is Back button downs if done correctly gives amazing look the Kurtis. Many women go for this as a back neck blouse style but you can also try it for short Kurtis as well.
If you are ok with little back exposure, then this style is a great fusion of Indian western for big occasions like marriage and engagements. Backless Kurtis are another great way to style your lehengas, palazzo, and jeans. You can play with different colors and fabrics like sequin, shimmers, nets and silk. These fabrics will deliver amazing flow to the outfit.
Deep cut with tassels
Deep cut like deep square, V, U cuts combined with lots of tassels arranged in strings are into fashion now. You can definitely have one of these style to try out new pattern. These are so amazing that you can have them for your Big Day! Also, you always have an option to cover up your back with dupatta.