10 Jutti Designers Pick The One Pair They Love Most

Need a day off from high heels? Yes, please. These designer-approved picks are the perfect, comfiest alternative to your pumps.

Diya J Verma
Fact: high heels are lovely. Fact #2: they hurt. As an increasing number of brides—and guests—want to enjoy events without nursing aching ankles, juttis are quickly becoming the choice of footwear at weddings and festive ceremonies. Luckily, there are several note-worthy options available—including special designer collaborations—with a focus on hand-embroidery, versatile shades, and intricate details, to ensure your footwear is stylish, unique, and pain-free. Brides Today Digital asked 10 Jutti Designers to pick a favourite pair of footwear each, from their collection. Needless to say, these designer-approved selections are the perfect alternative to your pumps...
  • Pastels & Pop
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    Pastels & Pop

    Akanksha Chhabra, Co-Dounder, Pastels & Pop
    “My favourite jutti from our festive collection is Dancing Peacock. On the most exotic shade of red, a melange of zardosi, pearls, sequins, and zari come together to fashion an intricate peacock plumage. The dancing peacock has feathers unfurled in all their glory, along with the intricate embroidery on either side, capturing the spirit of peace and joy, exquisitely.”
    Rs. 3,290

  • Juttichoo
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    Amreen Kaur & Sushant Sood, Co-founders, Juttichoo
    “Would your majesty like a pair of Punjabi juttis that match her aura and taste? Well, here it is—the Your Majesty pair from Jutti Choo. A beautiful Punjabi jutti made on silk, with hand-embroidered birds. Nothing else matters when your feet reflect your glory!”
    Rs. 3,200

  • Needledust
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    Shirin Mann Sangha, Founder, Needledust
    “Pearls signify elegance, grace, eternity and royalty, and this pair is all that mixed with glamour! Inspired by the showstopper, Deepika Padukone’s look at the recent 33 years of Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla show, this pair is hand-embroidered and embellished in mirrors, crystals and variants of white and cream pearls, ranging from tiny basras to large round pearls. The back of this exquisite pair is a heavy tassel of graded pearls that will truly make you feel like a star!”
    Rs. 7,200

  • Shilpsutra
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    Shilpa Agarwalla, Founder, Shilpsutra
    “My favorite pair happens to be Doe-a-Deer from our Fables and Folklore collection. Just like the name suggests, each and every piece from the Fables and Folklore range tells a unique story of tradition. Playing a prominent role in mythologies and appearing as a reincarnation of God or a companion to saints, the divine imagery of a deer was created using Resham thread and beads on a grey raw silk base.”
    Rs. 3,099

  • The Haelli
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    The Haelli

    Neha Sahu, Founder, The Haelli
    “A colour that never goes out of style, ‘Twinkle Rani’ has a rani-pink base, and is beautifully hand-painted with a geometric, gold pattern. Adding some much-wanted bling and a generous pop of colour, this jutti is perfect for brides who wish to pair it with their fuschia or gold wedding lehenga. It would also work well for bridesmaids with contrasting golden, yellow or monochromatic blush pink outfits. Given its versatility, you can team these with lehengas, saris, and even pallazo pants, to achieve a fancy, festive vibe.”
    Rs. 2,249

  • Coral Haze
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    Coral Haze

    Vidushi Mallick, Founder, Coral Haze
    “Sophia is a summer-wedding delight. It has been designed to complement a spectrum of pretty, coloured outfits that one may opt for on their big day. From a classic, dull-gold to an off-beat purple, Sophia goes with the bride’s flow and outfit of choice. This pair is soft and subtle, dressy and dreamy—a perfect pick for the bride who knows the power of simplicity.”
    Rs. 3,200

  • Fizzy Goblet
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    Fizzy Goblet

    Laksheeta Govil , Founder, Fizzy Goblet
    “The Magic Blossom juttis are an all-season, versatile pair. Besides being extremely comfortable, the intricate detailing on the juttis is pleasing to the eye. In fact, the careful detailing is its best feature.”
    Rs. 2,990

  • House of Vian
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    House of Vian

    Drishti Mahajan, Owner & Creative Head, House Of Vian
    “When it comes to picking my favourite jutti, I’m always torn. However, if hard-pressed for a definitive answer, the first among equals would be the ‘Firdaus Juttis’ from our Pernia Qureshi x House Of Vian collaboration. Most of our clients are brides, so we thought we should create a pair which goes with almost every single outfit. These juttis are traditional with the floral motifs, yet sassy with the non-conservative blend of colours. And the gold base makes the pair incredibly versatile. We’ve seen brides wear these juttis under their heavy embroidered lehengas...and also their contemporary cocktail gowns!”
    Rs. 4,200

  • Imlee Jaipur
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    Imlee Jaipur

    Tushina Poddar, Head Design and Development, Imlee Jaipur
    “The ‘Gold dust Lattice’ is a very special Gotapatti product. It’s our flagship product and has been one of the most successful ones across categories. Its beauty is evident in the fact that despite being highlighted with gota, pearls and zari, it still adds a subtlety and neutrality to your bridal trousseau. We can vouch that this design is one that every woman would want in her accessory pallet.”
    Rs. 2,950

  • Love For Juttis
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    Love For Juttis

    Kannu Wadhwa, Founder, Love For Juttis
    “We think that a pair of stylish juttis is the perfect fit for your big day—after all, juttis were the chosen footwear of royalty. Our favourite pair, for when you walk down the aisle, would be our ‘Scotch’ juttis. These dazzling juttis are hand-woven with genuine leather that softens over time, and features delicate, reflective glass beads. Each pair of Scotch juttis takes approximately 10 hours of embroidery, making sure you have a truly one-of-a-kind pair of wedding shoes.”
    Rs. 2,500

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