The right pair of heels can complete any outfit or so they say. But for Indians, the right pair of juttis is the best way to complete our ethnic attire. Whether you are wearing it with a sari or a salwar suit, juttis can help complete the look.
Lately, there has been a slow but steady growth in the popularity of juttis in India. Many designers who have taken notice of the love for juttis have come up with exclusive jutti brands that offer the perfect pair for every possible occasion. Some brands have gone even further to design jutti hybrids that look amazing with casual Western wear as well.
On that note, here are some brands (in no particular order) that have become a popular destination for jutti lovers across the nation.
From festive ready jutti designs with sequins, zardozi and handwork, to fun and casual jutti designs with prints of tangerines to the Udaipur skyline, Fizzy Goblet is an Indian shoe brand that truly stands out. They also feature brogues and slip-ons with fun designs and great attention to detail.
You can see their entire collection at fizzygoblet.com
Touting the need to take the beauty and comfort of Punjabi jutti beyond Punjabis, the brand JuttiChoo was created by designer Sushant Sood keeping accessibility in mind. With juttis in bridal and zari designs to those with quirky prints, this brand’s best part is the sheer options that they have made available for jutti lovers.
You can see their entire collection at juttichoo.com
One of the most popular names in the jutti business and favoured by the likes of fashion icons like Sonam Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, Needle Dust creates juttis that feature pop colours and festive motifs in most of their designs.
You can see their entire collection at needledust.com
Juttis are just one part of the shoe brand’s products. They offer a whole range of juttis—everything from Jacquard back open juttis to silver leatherite juttis for the casual wearer to Dupion Silk juttis with pearl, sequin and coloured thread design to suit ethnic wear.
You can see their entire collection at coralhaze.com
Jutti Gram offers juttis that are playful and fun. They claim that the flawless curve of their jutti design and exceptional craftsmanship is what sets them apart. Their designs are colourful, and their signature ethnic wear designs are made with silk and gotapatti.
You can see more of their collections at juttigram.com
A jutti brand that sways from most of the other brands in the market right now, The Haelli creates pure leather juttis that are handpainted and handcrafted. From Warli prints to ice pop motifs, the Haelli brand juttis are unique but offers the comfort and appeal of a classic jutti.
You can see more of their collections at thehaelli.com
Pastels and Pop
Started by Aarti and Akanksha Chhabra, Pastels and Pop is all about giving the Indian jutti a fresh twist while keeping its ethnic aura, and comfort in mind. And since the accessory is locally made, local artisans leverage their craftsmanship, while keeping the heritage alive. The designs? They are artistic, colourful and a must have if you are someone who pairs your juttis with denims and palazzos!
You can see more of their collections at pastelsandpop.com
Vian means “full of live,” and this ideology trickles down to all their designs. They have everything from clutches to flat sandals on their site, but what we were most interested in were their designer juttis! They are not just colourful, but elegantly attractive and have a distinct touch to them. In a nutshell, their juttis have a ‘distinctive blend of Indian heritage and personality’.
You can see more of their collections at vianlabel.com
Spearheaded by designer Shilpa Agarwalla, the juttis of Shilpsutra are as beautiful and eye-catching as the brand’s moniker! From patterns to Indian motifs Shilpsutra’s juttis are not just trendy, but handmade too, and your girlfriends will be talking about them, for sure. They are juttis like you have never seen before. Go, check them out now.
You can see more of their collections at shilpsutra.com
Some Honorable mentions
They have everything from jewellery, to bags, and all things that would fit a wedding ensemble. And how can an Indian wedding be complete without a pair of trusty juttis? Yes, they have them too, and in a variety of options. Go, check them out on their site below.
You can see more of their collections at jivaana.com
Here’s another one for you—your one stop shop for every occasion. It’s filled with handmade designer products to the brim! We thought they should be on this list because they have the traditional jutti, but in a plethora of options. Choose from variants like multi-coloured, juttis made of faux leather, juttis with a blend of cotton, slip-on juttis, and even women juttis under Rs 999! Now that’s a lot of options for a jutti.
You can see more of their collections at glitstreet.com
What do you think of these Indian jutti brands online? Have you shopped from them? Let us know in the comments below.
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