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Men, Complete Your Wedding Shopping With Ethnic Footwear From These Places

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No matter whatever we buy for the festivities, wedding shopping can never be complete without the correct kind of footwear. That's why we've decided to help the boys and men out there, with their ethnic shoe needs. Let's hop n' shop!

Kolapuri Centre

The city's favourite destination when it comes to traditional chappals is Kolapuri Centre. This brand has established itself as one of the pioneers of ethnic footwear. Looking for a comfortable pair of juttis, ideal to walk around everyday? Perfect for occasion wear, they have juttis and mojaris for men, and prices start as low as INR 250.


Mochi has a huge variety of kolhapuri shoes for men. From ethnic and casual kolhapuris to multi-coloured ones, they keep it all. Mochi has fancy, yet comfortable footwear for men, which all of you would definitely want in your shoe closets. How about pairing your pathani suit with a fancy brown mojari to ace the style game?

Ajanta Footcare

It may not be that big a brand but their shoe collection is definitely worth every dime. From hawai chappals and sandals to ethnic footwear, Ajanta Footcare has the perfect pocket-friendly solutions. Who said you can only wear your kurta-pyjama set with mojaris? You can also try their collection of leather sandals for a comfy wear.


When you are thinking fancy ethnic footwear and if budget is not your concern, we think you should definitely give Manyavar a try. Visit any Manyavar store in the city and pick up a pair of their gorgeous nargras for men. Even though they might be ideal for any wedding wear, (your own wedding for that matter!), but no one said anything about not wearing them for Diwali!


Bangali's all-time reliable brand, Bata is almost a household name for the people in Kolkata. Be it summer, winter or monsoon, or any festival for that matter, Bata has a humongous collection of traditional footwear for them all. Buy sandals from the Bata brand, Hush Puppies and Scholl for ultra-comfy footwear, which can go amazingly well with that kurta-jeans look.