The wedding season is on, and it’s time to plan your outfits and accessories for all the gala events you’re about to attend. So, do you have a look in mind for that brand new pair of Jutti you bought or are planning to buy?
Now, one of the best things about a Juttis is that it’s a highly versatile footwear. You can wear it for a variety of events, and with a number of outfits. When you style it right, this type of footwear can look as impressive at a sangeet as it does on the wedding reception night. And, on that note, here’s giving you a few ideas to style them in a different way for the wedding season.
Styling Tips For Attending The Morning Rituals
So, if you are attending the wedding rituals that take place in the morning, you can opt for a western look. Starting with the basics, team up a classic white shirt and blue denim with a tan or black casual Jutti.
If you don’t want to go for a complete western look, you can throw in an ethnic overcoat or a kalamkari scarf. Especially if it’s a winter wedding that you’re going to, an overcoat can save you from the nip in the air. No need to change your shoes because the same pair would work well with a scarf and an overcoat.
Here’s How You Can Rock The Indo-Western Look
You can also opt for an Indo-Western look for attending those morning rituals, and even for the night. Since you’re out to set your own rules of the outfit game, you need a traditional kurta to pair up with pieces of denim. The Jutti with heavy colourful embroidery will look amazing with this style, especially the one with maroon or brown colours.
Since it’s a wedding, you can go for a bit of pattern, bling, and bright colours in the footwear department. Black might be your ideal colour, as it definitely goes with all the traditional outfits. But the wedding season gives you the perfect opportunity to play with colours in footwear.
Go All-Out Ethnic With Your New Pair Of Jutti
To take a different route with your style, opt for a monochrome look and put on Juttis with golden accents. Look for the shoes with an antique, traditional design that will look amazing with your Jodhpuri suit or Sherwanis.
However, if you plan to wear multiple colours in your outfit, too much bling on the shoes is best to be avoided. In that case, you can wear a bright red, blue, or tan ethnic Jutti to make sure the colours on your outfit blend well together.
And there you have it! Your look-book for the wedding season is set with the ideas outlined above. You can give your own spin to these ideas to create styles that make you stand out. It’s time now to go shoe shopping, and buy a couple of Juttis for each style you’re planning to try.