There are infinity designs salwar kurta styles . Indian women are concentrates only in some patterns. People focus in few neckline designs like three forth sleeves, puff sleeves, full sleeves, cap sleeves, fly sleeves, petal sleeves stand collar, round neck with slit, square neck with pleats, buttons with tucks and sleeves like short sleeves, etc. these patterns are coordinated with salwars like pathani salwar, gathering stockings kali salwar, Patiala, leggings, churidhar, etc. mostly traditional kurtis tops comes with additions like aari work, zardosi work, sequins work, crochet work, resham embroidery etc which suits the wedding parties, evening functions, night events and other occasion. Designer kurthis comes with matching and contrast dupatta and salwar. In south India, the fashionable kurtis are spreading bit by bit among youth. It is repeatedly comes in bright colours with top up to knee line that is typically paired with satin, tissue salwar or leggings.
Traditional kurta comes with blocks with floral motifs, temple structures, mange patterns, peacock designs, etc are often used with vegetable dyes. These dyes will never affect the texture, the colour of the fabric and last for long period also in deep summer. salwar kurta styles are habitually paired with black or white leggings. Tissue kurtis, georgette kurtis, silk kurtis are usually have brocade decoration which results in positive impression and wealthy. Cotton kurtis with tie and dye method like bandhini, chikankari looks more elegant and dignified. Batik prints usually comes in pure cotton, khada and pure synthetic fabrics like chiffon, satin, crape and crushed fabrics.