Call Of Jutti: Basics, Brocades & Bling For Every Shaadi You're Attending

Navni posted on 23 February

While there are those who can handle wearing heels for hours during weddings, there are others who start off with heels, but are walking around barefoot post the first hour. If you’re anything like the latter, you must’ve learnt your lesson and (hopefully) rely on good ol’ juttis now. 

Here are all the places where you’d find us jutti shopping this shaadi season.


One of our all-time favourites, Needledust does juttis in a range of pretty pastels with fun prints such as umbrellas and birds, apart from the most sought-after florals. We love the colours and the finish of their Autumn Winter ’17 collection with 3D silk flowers and are willing to go off budget {they start at INR 2,700 a pair} to get a pair from them.

They also keep juttis for little girls in case you want to match with your little one and be the cutest pair at a wedding.

Buy here.

Shoe Stores

40-B, Ground Floor, Opp. The Wishing Chair, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi

Fizzy Goblet

Fizzy Goblet was one of the first brands to contemporarise the jutti and succeed {spectacularly, too}. There’s gota patti, beads and lots of metallic. And if that doesn’t sound like incentive enough, check out their latest range by Payal Singhal; we’re loving the butterfly print for this season.

Shop here.

The Shoe Garage

The Shoe Garage has an enormous range of juttis, starting from the basic ones in plain colours with a subtle gold outline, to ones decked out with tinkling ghungroos {our favourite}, brocade block-printed ones and printed ones. They’re all padded and are as comfy as they can be. They start as low as INR 1,100, and are making shaadi shopping just that little bit easier for us.

Check out their Facebook page here. 

Shoe Stores

118-B, Near Asiad Village, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi

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Indian August

Taking a break from the norm, Indian August in Noida puts a different spin on juttis—they stock hand-painted ones by The Haelli in vibrant colours. Choose from floral prints, peacock-feather prints, pretty motifs and an Indian-ised version of chevron. Very arty.

Shop here.

Shoe Stores

N-3, Sector 18, Noida

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Hyde Out

At the Hyde Out outlet in Santushti Complex {there’s one next to Khan Market, too} you’ll find juttis starting at INR 1,400. If it’s bling you’re after, you’ll get it here. If muted glamour is more your style, you’ll get that here too. While you’re here, you may want to invest in a basic pair of golden wedges—they’re one of the comfiest we’ve come across.

Shoe Stores

Santushti Shopping Complex, Race Course Road, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

    Jutti Choo

    Much like the name suggests, this brand is all about quirk; we love their juttis and are definitely wearing one of them to the next mehndi we’re invited to. If you want to keep it traditional, they also have some very pretty {without being OTT} ones with floral and paisley motifs.

    Shop here.


    If you’re a Fabindia junkie, Mouve is the brand for you. They do fabric, block-printed juttis which almost look like they’re made from your favourite kurta {in a good way}. Choose from indigos, mustard yellows and broody blacks. You’ll also come across a lot of tie and dye and bagru prints.

    Check out their Facebook page here.


    The last three shops of the Tibetan Market before the main Janpath market begins have walls full of juttis of every colour, size and style. You’ll find slip-ons, pointy and plain ones and dressy numbers, too. There is one common design all the shops keep; a muted gold and black one. Prices start at INR 500, and you can rest assured they’re using good leather.


    Janpath Road, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi

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      Dilli Haat

      At the first stall on the right as soon as you enter Dilli Haat, you’ll find kolhapuris and juttis in myriad colours and styles. Juttis with mirror work, block-printed ones, pom-poms, the plain leather ones and even ladybird-printed ones {we’ve spotted them in the past, and have been on the hunt for them ever since} are all neatly displayed at this stall and sold for as low as INR 700.

      Bitto Chappal Waala

      For the most affordable range of basic leather juttis starting at INR 300, and the upper-rung ones starting at INR 500, Bitto Chappal Waala in Paharganj is the place to check out. While the juttis might not be as blingy as the ones you’d find at other places in the list, they definitely look fantastic y and for the price you pay, these juttis go a long way.

      Shoe Stores

      5084-B, Main Bazar, Near Khanna Cinema, Paharganj, New Delhi

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      VA By Vanshika

      Looking for ethnic juttis but with an edge? Think spikes and safety pins make the cut? If yes, look no further than VA By Vanshika. From basic juttis in bold colours like hot pinks, starting at INR 1,199, to flamigo prints and even auto juttis {our personal favourite}, this website has a funky jutti for every occasion.

      Shop here.