We all know that flat bellies are the modern form of juttis and, in fact, every woman owes at least one pair of them. So, the designers, with a little creativity, started designing juttis in a way that even celebrities could not resist them.
These days, juttis, popularly known as Punjabi juttis, have become quite an attraction for weddings in India. Gone are the days when women used to prefer heels over flats, whether it is their wedding or any informal get-together. With the gradual increment in designers’ interest in designing Punjabi juttis, not only women but men have also started preferring them for their traditional wears.
Actually, this trend took its shape when Bollywood celebrities stepped in them in many functions. Their overall attires were creating some major goals for us. Look at these ladies flaunting juttis from various standout brands who specialize in crafting juttis.
Juttichoo is a brand that epitomizes the aura of Punjabi Jutti- the queen of footwear. Their intricate designs stand out every time anyone wears them. The classic yet chic look is what they emphasize on. And yes, variations in design are what they focus on!
Their vision is to restore the royalty and beauty of Punjabi juttis which is a traditional part of Punjab’s attire. The footwears are soft and lightweight with custom and attractive embroideries.
Fizzy Goblet sets an example for all those novices out there that dreams come true!
Laksheeta Govil is the person behind Fizzy Goblet who ‘conceived’ it. They believe in being down to earth and nurture their roots and traditions. They create something ‘contemporary, wearable and oh, so comfortable’.
Ever heard of ‘chotta panjas’? Then you are unaware of the specialty of Needledust. They say,”…when women stayed in veil, they could only reveal their feet. The shoemaker of yester years, made chotta panja juttis for royal ladies, as it made their feet look dainty and beautiful.”
Quite interesting isn’t it?
Well, their juttis are made of genuine leather and are hand embroidered and sewed.
This brand is no underdog and has been among the top best jutti sellers. Their focus is to bring back the traditional footwear of Punjab with their exquisite designs and stunning varieties. They have not forgotten that true Punjabi style of jutti and stick to improvise them, giving a comfortable yet stylish effect to them.
All these brands have prices ranging from 1500-5000. And, all of them have something unique which stands them out; which is why celebrities are drooling over them.
So, I am soon ordering a pair or two from these brands. What about you?