Choose your footwear for this winter wedding!

Winter is approaching as well as wedding season. Lot of you would be visiting many marriage functions. While a lot of trendy fashionable ethnic wear can be rented/bought and worn, footwear remains a concern. Fashionistas always pair up right footwear with ethnic dress. But apart from being a fashionista, you should also be smart about wearing right footwear so that you don’t get sick. Here are types of footwear that keep you trendy and cozy:

1. Punjabi jutti: These go very well with suits and churidars. Available in multiple colours, you can select complete contrast colours than your suits and go gung-ho about the comfort and warmth it offers. For women who have good heights, you can pair them with sarees too and define your own style.

2. Bellies with heels: Most favourite footwear for all women, these look good on all kinds of traditional wears, be it suits, sarees, lehengas, anything at all. You can choose amongst pencil or block heels based on your ease and enjoy the evening at peace.

3. Open toed pumps: These are an alternate to bellies and adds western touch to your Indian outfit. So set a style statement by adopting the perfect fusion look, especially if you wearing jacket/crop-top/cape lehengas!

4. Embellished flats: Embellished moccasins are a perfect option for people who love flats. Pair it up with not-so-heavy traditional outfit and just see how people would not stop appreciating your fashion sense. And still if your feet are cold, secretly wear ankle socks below it without anyone questioning your smartness 😉

Wear the right footwear to complete that trendy look.

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