Just as new clothes is a quintessentially mandatory thing for any festive occasion, so are new shoes. It will be an understatement to say that our festive outifit will be incomplete without an ethnic footwear. So check out our list below to get ethnic shoes for men.
Still Haven't Got Your Festive Shoes? Explore These Men's Ethnic Footwear Stores
Falcon, tucked inside Park Centre, is a real hidden gem and we couldn't keep calm after finding out about such a cool local shoe store. Here you will find semi-formal faux leather sandals, if you want to get something for your dads for pujo or Diwali. The store also has fashionable leather mojaris, starting from INR 1,500, and available in various solid colours. Your dhoti pant now has a reliable companion and you can be assured that your Ashtami look is sorted.
With shoe stores in Gariahat, Hatibagan, Sealdah, Nagerbazar and Garia, it is one of the most popular names in Bengali households when it comes to budget footwear. You can get nagras in solid colours as well as embroidered mojaris and kolhapuris starting from as low as INR 399. Ajanta Footcare has the perfect pocket-friendly solutions if your wallet has been stretched due to other expenses.
Even though it's a little steep, designer Rohan Arora's flagship store in Ballygunge offers bespoke ethnic and Indian shoes for men. Top actors and fashion designers have worn his shoes, which include Ranbir Kapoor, Manish Malhotra, Fawad Khan, Rohit Bal and Tarun Tahaliani, among others. You will find a mixture of Rajashtani and Middle-Eastern elements in his collection, and you can select from a diverse range of mojaris & nagras.