(L)This pair of rose gold open-toe sandals have that bit of glint in order to make the pair dressy. Goes well with Anarkalis or Lahengas, should you choose not to wear heels. For a smart casual look, where these with a solid- coloured dress or with stone-washed jeans and a top. Get set to shine and smile. (R) Simple and chic, these flat strappy sandals are for daily use in a casual setting but the silver toe rings look add that little sparkle. Not only will they look good with basic, smart casual western wear, but will also complement traditional ones.
(L) These multi-coloured beads, could not look more comfortable. Done in real leather that offers a rich look, to the embellishments of stones and sequins, these flats will add colour to the most ordinary of outfits. These festive flats will go well with skirts, pants and a tee, as they would go with Indian, traditional outfits. (R) The embroidery details are charming for being handcrafted and colours that reflect India’s ethnicity. Yet, these ‘Khadawa’ chappals can be paired with modern clothing. They can make any attire stand out. Just slip them on and start walking tall!
Nothing as precious as owning a pair of Mojris or juttis that are beautifully crafted out of genuine leather. Embroidered and tooled this classic tan pair will not only give an attire a complete look, it would add a formal flair, and can be interestingly teamed with a business suit. They look just perfect when worn with salwar kameez for a traditional look, and with jeans for a modern fusion aesthetic.
(L) Like the Little Black Dress that everyone chooses to possess, a black pair of heels is a classic must have for formal and official occasions. Best with business suits to Indian suits and sarees, there is nothing as classy as a pair of black heels. (R)These pretty beige heels are so comfortable to walk around in and yet look suitable when you want to dress up. Another must have pair, that comes in ‘handy’ when dressing up from work or while meeting friends at a luncheon.
(L) These stunning gold gladiator flats look dainty as much as they look cool. A pair is worth owning thanks to its versatility, adding style to almost all ensembles. (R) These silver basic flats with closed toes are perfect for creating a spark while dressing casually. In fact, they will complement every outfit perfectly- traditional or western.
(L) This pretty blush pink, sequinned shoe can never make you feel underdressed, no matter what you are wearing. Wonderful party wear. (R) Choose these platforms with bell-bottom pants if they are in. Will do just as well with Indian wear – saris and suits.
(L) & (C) Kolhapuris chappals or slippers are a classic, comfortable and can look chic and go with Kurtis and skirts alike. Bring out a contemporary look with ankle length palazzos or trousers or go desi with these kolhapuris in Indian clothes. (R) Show off these dressy, jewelled flats with just about anything. From dresses and shorts to kurtis and suits, look cool and comfortable with ease.
(L) A neutral pair like this has a formal look which can be worn with a business suit or an India suit. Would go well with a formal saree worn with a modern twist. (R) Looks refreshing and feminine this stiletto pumps. A winner with summery dresses, and churidar /tights and kurtas in similar soft colours or a solid colour to match with the shoes. Pretty in pink?.
(L) This simple flats with straps look good with cropped trousers, where the sparkling bands on the sandal stand out. The glitter complements the bling factor of a traditional Indian dress. (R)Nude is a given as far as trends go, and this pair is no different. Suitable with a skirt, a short kurti over trousers/palazzos or a skirt will produce a chic look.
This neutral pair of pumps with a satin finish is a timeless classic. A must have that goes with a variety of styles. Wear them with formal clothes, that are ethnic, western and fusion. Good for office wear and to dress up for a party. A truly fantastic pair that will enhance any ensemble. Footwear fashion suitable for Indo-western wear is very much in vogue with a fusion style storming the fashion world. A perfect blend of ethnic glamour with contemporary sophistication has been embraced by fashionistas and designers across the fashion world. Showcased on runways, this aesthetic has made a mark internationally, and so have the creators. .
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