Traditional Flats for Those who Are Always on Their Toes

Published: 05th January 2015 06:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2015 06:08 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: I am always on my feet and my job requires that of me. So finding the right kind of footwear has always been a challenge. While I do stay away from heels at work, even a pair of flats can get uncomfortable if it is not the right kind. My favourite pick this season is a pair of juttis  as they are called in Punjab and mojris as they are called in many parts of the North India. What I love most about them is that they mould themselves to the shape of your foot but yes, let me sound a  little word of caution and tell you that this type of footwear will take a few days to break into, but once that bit is over and done with, they are by far the most comfortable things for your feet! What is even better is that you can wear them casually with a pair of jeans or a salwar kameez or even team them up with a long skirt!

You could choose a tan pair with little bronze detailing that goes with every kind of outfit. Or go for one with a little more detailed and colorful work that goes well with a single-toned plain dress so that the bling does not get overwhelming.

If covered juttis and absolute flats are not your thing, then try the Kolhapuri chappals with slight heels as they are also perfect for all occasions. They come in all possible colours and you can have a lot of fun mixing and matching them!

And what is the best part about them? They are absolutely  affordable.


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