Drop Everything and Shop!
by Sunny Rattanpal on Nov 05, 2019
Hey fellas, it’s officially the season to splurge on everything festive and fabulous. Unlike women, men are restricted to a couple of options when it comes to dressing up. We’re past the notion that shoes stand out the most in a man’s personality, to which we absolutely agree, and given that there’s no dearth of festivals in India, we feel it’s a great idea to invest in some quality shoes. And there, my friend, men aren’t lacking behind! There are as many footwear styles and options as you can imagine. From eclectic colours to ornate motifs and embroideries, shoes are surely going to walk the talk this festive season.
With a lot of debate on traditional and modern shoes, leather shoes take the lead. Not only because of its sturdiness but its adaptability and versatility works like a charm. Adding up as a bonus these shoes never go out of style, so you score brownie points there too. So instead of baffling between so many options online, check out our guide to festive shoes that will be your saviour!
Brogues: Let’s start with the classics first. lf your style always swivels towards formal shoes then you might just want to pair your basic kurta-pyjama with a Nehru jacket to give it the perfect desi twist without looking too desi!
Velvet slip-ons: When you get back to basics, our answer is simple – comfort. And when you’re talking about comfortable festive shoes then you can’t disdain our delectable velvet slip-on/ loafers. These are etched with baroque artwork and they’ll add so much class to your ethnic wear that you wouldn’t stop wearing it for years to come
The Zardosi Poker Velvet Slip-ons are totally the ‘it’ shoes and go completely in sync with your Diwali parties!
Slippers/ Sandals: This one’s for the men with minimalistic taste and least experimental style. Well, don’t you worry you’re not left behind. These classic slippers and sandals play low-key by just perfectly complimenting your outfit and letting it gauge all the eyeballs. You can pair them up with almost every combination, like kurta-denim, kurta-pyjama, and bandgala with a sleeveless vest / Nehru jacket or anything that you can cross-produce among these.
However you decide to wing it, we’re sure you’ll pull it off amazingly. For more footwear options, head over to our website!