A concoction of style and comfort, juttis have become the next big fashion statement in the festive and wedding season. Even for our B-town ladies, including Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra and Jahnvi Kapoor, a stunning pair of juttis reigns over everything else.
As the 2020 festive season inches closer, it’s time for us to have a shoe wardrobe ‘refresh’. Because there’s nothing more attractive than a pair of embellished juttis to complete our ensemble with a desi finesse.
Here, we list the most stylish designer juttis you can add to your collection this season.
In a second time collaboration with Rahul Mishra, Fizzy Goblet has launched a capsule collection of handcrafted juttis, just in time for festivities. Mishra’s signature ‘Gulmohar’ and ‘Gulistan’ 3D motifs decorate the canvas of every jutti and it took the team about 90 hours to make each jutti.
AMPM by Ankur and Priyanka Modi presents this vivacious, lemon-yellow jutti in Chanderi fabric, adorned with metal sequins and intricate floral thread embroidery. Pastels, white and black coloured outfits will be an effortless match with this pair of jutti.
Bollywood divas Kiara Advani, Sonam Kapoor and Shilpa Shetty love sporting desi juttis by Coral Haze. The brand has a gorgeous range of these studded with applique, fringes and ornamented lace work, making it a great match for sarees, kurtis, lehengas and even indo-fusion gowns.
House of Vian collaborated with Pernia Qureshi to create an ornate range of flat footwear, bedecked with almost 18 kinds of embellishments, including sequins, beads, cut danas, floral skeins and intricate thread work.
If you’re looking for something beyond embroidered juttis, then these hand-painted leather juttis in trendy, vivid colours by The Haelli will seal the deal for you. Raveena Tandon and Sara Ali Khan are also often spotted styling their anarkalis and kurtis with the brand’s juttis.
A soft powder-blue hue and an elaborate mirror-work on this pair of juttis by Tinsel Toes is one to look at! Whether paired with sarees, anarkalis and kurtis, or teamed with modern jumpsuits, long skirts or work trousers, the aesthetic appeal of these juttis will always remain a notch up.