It is not just about the wedding season but also the trend of wearing juttis which can never go out of fashion. Today we are not just stuck with monochromatic juttis. There is so much out there in the market ranging from embellished ones to embroidered and mirror work to printed and painted. Many are made using Indian hand block printed fabrics that your imagination is your oyster today. But where do you get them online? Check out this list that I have personally explored and splurged on amid this lockdown and have had a satisfying shopping experience indeed.
This website has a lovely collection of ethnic footwear which ranges from mules to juttis in mukaish work, zardosi, embellishments and embroideries. Some of them have a fabric in different prints with the minimum cost of each being Rs 1500. The website was set up in 2012 by Puneet Chawla and Shilpa Sharma and it was initially an online platform to service the US market. However, the co-founders saw a huge demand in India hence it was launched in the country in 2013. The website has now been acquired by Aditya Birla Fashion and Retail Ltd.
This website is like Disneyland for us footwear lovers! The designs, the variety makes you bonkers in no time and you can spend the entire day just scrolling and ending up with a huge cart which people like you and me might edit later on. From loafers to quirky fusion versions of kolhapuris to sliders to brogues. The website also boasts collaborations with designers. It was started by Laksheeta Govil when she was just 24, in New Delhi.
Love For Juttis
The name of this website is enough proof to what you will find here. This website has all kinds of juttis be it embroidered, printed or bedazzled. There is something for everyone and for every occasion. The website also has loafers, mules, sliders, and what I loved the most is the jutti cleansing kit that they have for all those jutti collectors out there. Many celebs as well have worn their collection. The list includes Deepika Padukone, Janhvi Kapoor, Huma Qureshi, Tina Dutta, Karishma Tanna and Shruti Seth.
This website is a wonderland especially for those who love Indian and fusion looks. I personally shop from their Indie Picks section where they have a lot of handloom and the sales that keep coming up, save me a lot of money. Their footwear Indie picks section is like Disneyland for ethnic lovers, It has all sorts of juttis and Indian footwear with kalamkari work, ikkat weaves and sequences.
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