They say shoes are makeup for the feet and Baariqui knows how to make them look their stellar best! Translated, Urdu word Baariqui means 'closely', 'minutely', or 'intricately', essentially an action that captures the whole essence of this homegrown brand. This level of detail and attention is because they kick things old-school in here, working with craftsmen in the business for generations.
If you're wondering where Baariqui is based, it's right where the royal mojari took birth, in Rajasthan. Now mojaris are typically classified as traditional, old-fashioned footwear that was usually spotted on men and known for its signature extended curl toe or nokh -- but Baariqui does things differently. They keep things traditional but add a certain discernable own flair. Of course, every pair is painstakingly handcrafted with utmost precision and detail, but it is also customised (with initials, design details and more).
Collections for women and men are in place and ladies, you have some fine choices in the Pakeezah Mojaris made from tanned leather, Makmal Mojaris (velvet), Golden Threadwork Juttis, Mules and our favourite, the festive Dabka Detailing Mojari (looks absolutely exquisite!). Men, fashionable feet will be your thing too, Baariqui has multiple designs and sizes to choose from! What's most assuring that from all the reviews we hear, most talked about is how feather light and comfortable Baariqui's mojaris are. This and the fact that they are down to customising everything for you! Prices are available on request, do DM them by clicking on Enquire Now.