Girls, Shop Exquisite Traditional Footwear From These Homegrown Brands & Let Your Feet Do The Talking This Shadi Season!

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People, we’re at the peak of the most celebrated season of the year. Yes, you guessed it! The shadi season. The next couple of months are going to be all about dressing up in pretty traditional clothes, lots of gorgeous statement pieces of jewellery and partying it up with your friends! But aren’t we forgetting one very important thing? Yes, we are! The footwear. With great outfits comes even better footwear. So here’s a list of kickass homegrown brands where you can find the absolute best traditional footwear to go with your glam outfits!

1. Tjori

The hub of all things ethnic, Tjori is your one-stop destination for all your festive season footwear needs! From embroidered silk mules to handcrafted hand designed juttis and kohlapuri embellished chappals. For all the ladies who are comfortable in a pair of heels, you’re in for a surprise because Tjori’s got the most beautiful brocade pumps you’ve ever seen!

Check out their collection here.

2. Flutter Footwear

An indie footwear brand Flutter is synonymous with vibrant colours, textures and materials that celebrates all aspects of urban chic. For all the tall gals who love their flat chappals more than anything in the world, we’d like to introduce you to Flutter Footwear. Leather-free chappals in gorgeous designs and bright colors, we bet you won’t be able to settle for one pair!

Check out their collection here.

3. House of Vian

Um hello, if you haven’t heard of House of Vian are you even following fashion? From juttis to wedges to flat sandals, there’s nothing you wouldn’t love on their website. They’ve got the most beautiful collection of embellished wedges that you can opt for under your gorgeous lehenga or go for the beautiful juttis under the patiala salwar. Just letting you know, you’re not leaving House of Vian empty handed.

Check out their collection here.

4. Pastels and Pop

Now who can resist a pair of gorgeous designer juttis? We can’t and neither can Kriti Sanon and Sara Ali Khan. Pastel and Pop, a brand loved by the B-Town ladies has got the most exquisite collection of juttis you can ever find! From their beach themed ‘beach please’ juttis to the heer, farrah and aurum. We’re ready to hit add to cart already!

Check out their collection here.

5. The Wedding Brigade

You’ve not done footwear right if you haven’t invested in a pair from The Wedding Brigades collection. All the to be brides, there’s no way you can get married if not in their Pataka Dulhan sandals! And for all the other festive and shaadi season needs, they’ve got an endless list of wedges, flats, kohlapuris, juttis, mules and much more. You name it and they’ve got it!

Check out their collection here.

6. Jaypore

Like we weren’t already in love with their clothing collection, now we’ve laid our eyes on their footwear collection and boy do we love it! From block heeled kohlapuris to flat kohlapuris the mukaish juttis to embroidered mules and everything else in between. There’s no way we’re doing this festive season without a pair of dazzling footwear from Jaypore!

Check out their collection here.

7. Not Just Threads

When looking for juttis for this festive season, Not Just Threads will surely be a sigh of relief. Their beautiful juttis are not only comfortable but will make your feet look absolutely gorgeous whenever you wear them. Choose from their sequined or printed juttis and let your happy feet do the talking!

Check out their collection here.

8. Talking Toe

With the most beautiful handmade kohlapuris, juttis and morjaris, Talking Toe will not disappoint you if you’re looking for some nice festive footwear! Both traditional and quirky, we’re absolutely in love with their collection and just can’t get enough of the bows they put on their footwear. Don’t believe us? Have a look for yourself!

Check out their collection here.

Featured Image Source: Facebook/ The Wedding Brigade

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