Juttis are slowly but surely becoming the next big thing to wear, this part of the year because let's be honest we're done wearing super high heels with every Indian wear for not even being comfortable most of the times. Gone are the days when the juttis were only available in the traditional leather counterparts. Juttis today have gotten a facelift and can be paired with both - Indian and western wear. The juttis of today come in all sorts of bedazzled forms with beautiful textures and are still super comfy to juggle between chores during the festive madness. Juttis also make for a great gifting idea as a woman can never have too many shoes and too many juttis in her wardrobe - said no woman ever.
We bet you'd want to buy more than one.
We can vouch for the fact that pastel hues are here to stay, and why not? Considering they go well with anything, it's hard not to get your hands on these gorgeous dusty pink jutti with beautiful dull roses embroidered on it. Pair these with an all-white suit or an anarkali and stand out gracefully from the crowd.
Multi-coloured juttis are super trendy right now and these are a super chic alternative to the regular multi-coloured juttis. Pair these with a beige or a powder blue cotton suit with lace detailing on it for occasions like Raksha Bandhan or dressier occasions like your friend's mehendi function.
Mirror work whether on clothes or footwear looks exceptionally good and really amps up the entire look. A bright coloured jutti like this one can be paired with lehengas and skirts and also with suits with mirror work on it if you're feeling a little extra than usual.
If you're the experimental kind who wouldn't stop even if the case in point are a pair of juttis then these juttis are your calling. These juttis with humming birds embroidered on them won't just fit with a plain white chikankari suit but will go equally great with casual or dressy fusion outfits as well.
Jutti skeptics can opt for a more casual jutti to start with (and hopefully realise that wearing any other shoes after this is going to be super tough) like this one which is casual, no doubt but can also be paired for occasions like Raksha Bandhan or pujas at home with just about any suit. These casual juttis can even be worn with a pair of jeans a kurta as well.
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