Monday, January 21, 2019

Stylish kurti neck designs with buttons to try in 2019

Kurtis are what I love to wear on daily basis. They are so comfortable yet stylish in their appeal and the best part is kurtis are versatile and can suit all body types beautifully. I prefer my kurtis to have a bit of flare and pair them with leggings for an everyday chic look. As for necklines I love keeping things simple with my casual kurtas but for festive kurtis you need a little something extra. I go for fancy dori or button details enhance the elegance of a kurti necklines when it comes to special occasion attire. These days kurtis with button detailed neckline are getting very popular and they look very stylish too. If you havent yet added a button detailed neck pattern to your wardrobe yet then 2019 is the year to try this style. Here in this post I bring to you 21 stylish kurti neck designs with buttons from which you can take inspiration. 

Stylish kurti neck designs with button to try in 2019

Trends are changing everyday and kurti designs are also getting a rapid makeover. You can find many different kinds of kurti is market these days, from trail cut, long kurtis, to rounded hemlines and sheer overlays the options are plenty. As if variations in hemline styles wasnt enough we also have multiple neckline styles which has become more unique, contemporary and creative. You can spot doris, button, piping, tassels and many other details in kurti neck designs these days. For everyday wear or formal wear kurtis buttons are the best option and in this post lets have a look at some super stylish kurti neck designs with buttons. Lets get started.

#1 Trendy Side button with flap detailing

If you are looking for an alluring new style neck pattern for kurtis try this side flap style pattern with button row. You can try this chic neck pattern with printed or festive kurtis. If you are looking to spice up your plain kurtis even then these neck designs are a fabulous option which you can complement with fancy contrasting coloured buttons.
For chudidaar suit sets also this neck pattern suits well. You can ditch the ordinary and opt for a button design kameez to stay ahead of your ethnic fashion game.

#2  Closed neck with angrakha style button detail

If potli button design neck pattern is what you are aiming for then this closed neck style is a great pick. This neck design with button is simple, comfortable and goes well with everyday and formal kurti patterns. Opt for a diagonal angrakha inspired cut and detail it with buttons of your choie - matching, contrasting or even potli buttons and you have a kurti ready with a chic appeal.

#3 Latest side button row kurti neck design 2019

A recent trend in ethnic wear I have spotted is side details on neckline. Side cut outs, doris and even button rows look eye catching and beautiful.Choose a basic scoop or boat neckline and add button rows on the side. You can go for super edgy fancy buttons or glam gold ones  for a festive vibe. For added spark finish off this neckline detail with tie up doris. For salwar suits this neckline can be easily adapted. Add an interesting element to your normal suit sets by going for a button design kameez neckline for occasional wear. (refer the third photo).

#4 Alluring kurti neck designs with buttons

The most popular kurti neck patterns, involve a contrasting printed patch and piping detail. You further enhance the look of kurtis like these by adding small button details for design purpose only. 

#5 Peter pan collar kurti neck designs with buttons

Peter pan collar neck designs add femininity and chic appeal to kurtis and you can further add potli buttons  for a flattering look. These kind of designer neckline work best with plain kurtis. You can add printed collar details to plain kurtas for added charm.

#6 Front keyhole kurti neck design 2019

The keyhole neck design with button is pretty common for kurtis. You can try different keyhole sizes and shapes and experiment with button styles too.  This neck pattern suits women with slender necks and draws attention to your collar bones. It is best to pair kurtis with keyhole neckline with jeans and avoid the stole or dupatta.

#7 Standing collar kurti neck design with buttons

Mandrian inspired collar neck design also looks good with kurtis and you can add buttons for a fashionable spin. This kind of neck pattern works with straight cut kurtis for a streamlined casual look.

#8 Angrakha style neck designs for kurti with button row

A variation of the classic angrakha kurta, this neckline uses piping details and decorative buttons for a modest neckline which doesnt lack in style. This type of neck design with button is sure to suit women of all body types. wear a kurti like this palazzos, jeans or leggings and glam up with a pair of dangler earrings and braided hairdo for a graceful look. You can wear this to an office party or a formal event.

#9 Collar neckline kurta neck design 2019

Collar necklines doesnt necessarily mean all formal and uptight. Play with your collar styles and add some fun buttons for a kurti look which spells elegant charm. This design works best with printed kurtas and for added impact go for a plain collar pattern. Instead of one tone buttons go for colourful button row which adds more spunk and makes things more fancy and unique.

#10 Striking kurti neck design with long button row 

#11 Latest boat neck designs with fancy button details

Boat neck designs is an alluring way to bring attention to the collar bone and it works with women of all sizes and shapes. This neckline especially is suited for women with long slender necks and to further add to the beauty of a neckline like this you can opt for strips detailing with buttons on both sides. this new neck design for kurti looks very trendy yet is easy to stitch and any normal tailor can make this for you. 

#12 Lace detailed square neck design for kurti with fancy buttons

For a delicate and chic appeal add a lace strip to your square kurti neckline and finish off  with a row of fancy buttons. Square necklines give an illusion of slimness so this neck pattern works best on women with small necks. This designer button kurti pattern can be easily made out of plain fabrics for regular wear. Since the neck detail is already so trendy avoid crowding jewelery on the neck part and dress up your ears and hands instead.

#13 High neck kurti design with diagonal button row

Round neck designs are very common patterns and if you want to keep things minimal and subtle opt for a high boat style round neck and give it some designer pleated details below the neckline. 4-5 pleats can be finished off with potli buttons which look catchy. This kurti neck design works best for solid coloured kurtas for work wear.

#14 Round kurti neck design for traditional kurtis

A round scoop neckline with button placket and triangular details looks charming and classic.  This is one very beautiful neck design for suits and kurtis if you are looking for something simple and modest for daily wear attire.

#15 Designer button front kurtis with contrasting collar neck 

If you are looking to get designer button front kurtis stiched then best way to go about it is with a simple contrasting collar and potli buttons. Use plain cotton fabric for the kurta part and printed fabric for collar part. You can add a bit of printed panels even on sleeves to make it look more striking. For prints go for small prints in vibrant colours which can give you alluring kurtas which are festive or special occasion appropriate. Instead of going for normal prints you can even go for traditional indian prints or weaves like bhandej, ikat, batik, kalamkari etc.

#16 Stylish neck designs for kurti with collar and potli buttons

Stylish front split kurtis are a rage these days which pair well with flared palazzo pants or jeans for a chic , contemporary look. For front split kurtis a standing collar neck design brings out a nice balance which helps you stand out in a crowd. Enhance your front split detail by taking slit higher up till your neckline and adding a long button row which is detail enough to make you dazzle. This type of kurti neck pattern works well with slawar suits which have lining to give a very elegance and graceful traditional look. Since the neck pattern has so much oomph make sure to keep your dupatta pinned to one side of shoulder or it may hide the button details entirely. Also avoid jewelry like long haars, or necklaces and wear a pair of chand balis and a statement ring instead.

#17 Designer button kurti with printed fabric detail

This kurti gala design with buttons having contrast piping looks ethereal and pretty.  This is a trendy spin to the normal round neck design which a broad printed strip and middle piping detail  finished off with button trio in colour similar piping. You can also give this neck pattern a try with salwar kameez for an unique style. 

#18 Crew neck button design kameez

This contemporary kurti neck pattern is inspired from the crew neckline but is a more fancy version of it. This designer neck pattern  is almost high neck with a frill detail bordering the neckline almost giving an illusion of standing collar. The neck design is made more stylish with addition of simple button detail making for a work appropriate kurti neck design. This latest kurti neck design has an indo western feel to it so when wearing it make sure to keep your styling also minimal and more modern. Go for studs, delicate rings and even pearl jewelery will complement this neckline beautifully.

#19  Cut out neck design with side button for festive kurtis

For young women and college going girls kurtis with stylish neck designs are very important for effortless chic appeal. If you are looking for a new neck design for kurtis then this gorgeous cut out detailed pattern is an amazing pick. The cut out is then finished with contrast buttons for a  designer look. If you are worried about this neckline being too bold then you can go variations as per your personal style. Opt for a sleeker cut which has next to nil skin show and add short sleeves for a more elegant spin to this kurti neck design with buttons perfectly suited for the younger brigade.
You can try this neck pattern with casual kurtis or even festive kurtas. For special occasion kurti choose floral printed fabric in bright colours and a contrasting patch for neckline part. This design looks best with flared kurtas but you can totally try it even with A-line or straight cut kurti.

#20  Catchy piping and button kurti neck design 2019

Piping and button kurti neck designs are very much in vogue these days. Infact this pattern is also preferred by women to get their salwar suits stitched as it is quiet easy to bring this pattern to life. Simple piping details in contrasting colours can add oomph to your kurti and can be used in multiple variations to fit your style. This specific pattern uses piping detail in an angrakha style and siple decorative buttons are added further give the outfit a  trendy touch.
This is piping and kurti neck pattern is very versatile and will look good with both printed and plain kurtis. Even salwar suits will look catchy and elegant with this neck pattern.

#21 Collar neck design with potli buttons for kurti 

 Potli button design on the edge of an angrakha sytle collar neckline is the new trend surfacing. Iam totally loving this neckline and looking to try it on a suit set soon. This button neck pattern has festive written all over it and can be flaunted at special occasions, parties or traditional events.

It is very important to give proper thought to deciding the neck design of your kurti as it will help enhance the beauty of your attire. Keep your body type in mind while finalizing the kurti neck design and also the occasion you are looking to wear the kurti to. If it is a special occasion go for fancy necklines and for formal or everyday wear kurtis opt for more subtle and modest neck patterns.

Which of these kurti neck designs with buttons would you try in 2019? Tell us in comments below.


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