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Teal By Vrinda Gupta

    Sunny Sliders, Knotty Ballerinas To Glam Mules: Amp Up Your Shoe Game With This Kolkata Label

    Fatema posted on 18 January

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    TEAL shoes, a fashion forward, eco-conscious label for women's footwear handcrafts masterpieces with oodles of love and precision. Blending great style with comfort, the brand’s shoes, though very Indian at heart appeal to a global audience.

    What Makes It Awesome

    Quirky hand embroidery, surface ornamentation, use of indigenous rich fabrics and three-dimensional embellishments. End result? Uber happy feet! Each piece is uniquely handcrafted at the brand’s atelier showcasing the labour of love and passion for shoemaking. Leading a team of local and skilled artisans is Vrinda Gupta, an alumni of the famed ARS Sutoria Footwear Design School in Milan.

    Get all the kicks with their wide range of footwear that is sure to leave you spoilt for choice. Tasseled kolhapuris, multi-coloured strappy sandals, embroidered loafers, embellished mules, glittery back straps, denim sandals embellished with quirky motifs, bohemian wedges & flats, floral sliders, knotted ballerinas and comfy slip-ons. 

    Can’t seem to find that pair of perfect shoes to match your wedding lehenga or gown? Fret not. Fix up a quick (no obligations) appointment with Vrinda (in person or over Skype), tell her what your dream shoes should look like, throw around some options and watch the magic unfold.

    What Could Be Better

    The pricing is definitely on the higher side. Having said that, the quality, comfort and look of your feet candy and the fact that it is completely handmade and vegan, will ensure that your money is well spent.

    Pro-Tip

    Since sliders are all the rage these days, don’t miss out on their Tao sliders. Supremely comfy, handcrafted with organic cotton and embellished with their signature owl motif, it will surely add a zing to your step.

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    Teal By Vrinda Gupta