Let the traditional women make her step, by wearing juthis by Paadaatra.Buy from a range of ethnic Indian footwear.
Over the past few years, traditional Indian footwear has got a glamorous makeover. Homegrown designer labels have given juttis and kohlapuris a chic modern twist and taken them from ‘dukaans’ to web stores. Cutesy prints, embroideries, mirror work or pom-poms, they’ve got it all. But to this very day, if given a choice, I’ll always head back to where I bought my first pair from – a tiny little makeshift shop in the middle of one of the busiest markets in the city. Yeap, it’s Lajpat Nagar. Men, women, kids; if you’re looking for designer styles and more, at prices that agree with your pocket, this market is exactly where you should head. Read on for more details.
No festive outfit is complete without dressing up your feet! While a bling pair of heels looks great, nothing beats the desi swag of a jutti or kolhapuri. Here’s bringing you 15 beautiful options to choose so can put your best foot forward!
From shorts and mini dresses to mom jeans and tailored suits, the shoes that are making their way through to every look, are the chunky-soled, lace-up dad sneakers. While they can almost be termed ‘ugly’, they’ve become the go-to shoe for every fashionista. Think the Jenner sisters, the Hadid duo and Hailey Baldwin and every style blogger whose feed you follow. If you’re up to embrace the trend, here is our edit of the 11 not-so-ugly, ugly trainers you could get yourself. [Image: Pinterest]