Tuesday Shoesday: Wedding Trend Alert! Mirrored Juttis Are Now An A-List Accessory
Sep 27, 2016
At one point in time, Punjabi juttis were ethnic footwear worn on an everyday basis. Lacking in heel, very comfy and a refreshing change from other flats, these juttis were whipped out whenever you wanted to up the glamour quotient without going overboard. Today however Punjabi juttis have joined the high ranks of coveted wedding footwear and are considered to be a great option for the D-day.
It’s not hard to establish that mirrored juttis are a wonderful choice for any ethnic bride. They will keep her comfortable and suitably fortified to stand/sit/walk through a myriad of ceremonies. Also, they are stylish and striking – the blingy mirror finish will make sure the shoes don’t go unobserved by the crowds. Now a lot of shorter divas (it’s concentrated awesomeness, y’all), they’re not a fan of such flat footwear. It gives them absolutely no height and that you may not be okay with on your wedding day. In that case, you can go in for mirrored sandals of any kind for juttis are uncompromisingly flat. You have the option of wearing ethnic chappals or wedges having mirror-work embellishments. On the flipside, if you’re a tall bride and have no qualms in wearing heel-less footwear, juttis are a great way to accessorize your bridal outfit.
It is strange though, that many brides-to-be do not even consider Punjabi juttis for their wedding day. It just doesn’t strike them! Are you one of those jutti-ignoring bridal belles? What’s got you shunning these beauties? Share your thoughts so we know too!
Latest trends suggest that juttis with mirror-work have become a most fashionable bridal accessory with more and more brides opting for them.