Running around doing bridal chores is no child’s play, but we reckon that it can be made somewhat tolerable (maybe even fun) when your shoes are supporting you instead of making things harder.Wedding planning is THE deal, it’s hardcore. To believe that you can carry it out in heels or uncomfortable footwear is a big misconception and that’s exactly where juttis come to your rescue. Yes, you read that right: juttis. They’ve been instilled in our minds as elements of ethnicity, but brands out there are revolutionizing them by giving them an innovative twist, a twist which portrays them as being fashion forward and breezily comfortable. A twist that rescues from bring caged inside the traps of tradition and catapults them into every woman’s shoe closet. The available juttis have an assortment of styles to embrace, ranging from embellished to print to handloom to even fusion: all you have to do is find the one that makes you go gaga. The new lot of juttis have reinvented the traditional design by incorporating ghungroos and zari work as well as brought a breath of fresh air with unconventional designs such as paintable juttis and even quirky print ones.
The boons of juttis are manifold and conversely the banes are minimal (*happy dance*). The reason for this is that they are extremely comfortable and versatile. They look great with all kinds of Indian as well as western outfits, which make them value for money. And especially for a bride, whose fashion choices are in scrutiny by everyone, opting for them is a sure-shot compliment fetcher.
So take the pair that speaks out your personality, and conquer the world, one little wedding decision at a time. And say goodbye to all the discomfort woes that your other shoes might have provided you.