Step Up For Wedding Game: 5 Brands For Juttis For Men

From subtle tones to mirror work Juttis, or picking the trending styles from new age brands or getting a traditional Jodhpuri Jutti, pick one that suits best your wedding style.

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Looking to pair your traditional Sherwani or Kurta with a pair of authentic Juttis? Well, look no further as we bring a list of 5 homegrown brands that may help you find your perfect pair.

Juttis are the go-to option to pair with your traditional outfit. Juttis made for men are slightly different than those made for women. You'll see these differences in designs, which appear more subtle and regal in their colour schemes and designs while still giving you a celebratory look. Pick a pair or two from one of these brands and wear it with your Sherwani, Kurta, or other traditional outfit to rock a royal and festive look.

1. Imlee


Imlee is based out of Jaipur and brings you traditional products with a spunk and urban appeal. Across a wide variety of ethnic apparel, you’ll see the same values are applied to their Juttis. Coasting that their Juttis are inspired by the crafts of Rajasthan and made by the artisans of Punjab, the brand brings an unconventional mix to the ethnic footwear. The designs encompass sewing crafts like Block and Screen printing, Tagai and Kantaha along with embroidery techniques like Pittan, Gota Patti, Zardosi, and Marodi. The best part is that their designs are constantly improvised to current market trends and customers' evolving needs surrounding comfort and design, so you won’t ever find the same products repeating in their catalogue and they are delivered to customers across India.

Check them out here.

2. Jopelle


Jopelle is a Rajasthan-based brand that brings you men's juttis made with both classic and contemporary designs. Whether you want to exude our tradition or look modern while honouring our traditional roots, you might find your favourite fit of juttis from the collection from Jopelle which has both classic and contemporary designs. The brand offers a wide range of ethnic footwear at affordable prices, which are handmade by skilled artisans from Rajasthan. You can buy your favourite pair online by visiting their website.

Check them out here!

3. Needledust



Started in 2014 by Shirin Mann Sangha, Needledust brings handcrafted fine leather juttis for you out of the box. The brand crafts luxury shoes with the design sensibilities of the modern customer. When you take a close look at the juttis, you’ll notice innovative designs and embroidered patterns that set them apart. We’d say that the brand does quite well with re-creating medieval footwear for the modern generation. Don’t believe us? Take a look at the catalogue on their website and find out for yourself.

Check them out here.

4. Pastels and Pop

Pastels and Pop


The Karnataka-based brand, Pastels and Pop brings you an assortment of freshly crafted Juttis in their collection of ethnic wear. The brand was started in 2015 by the Chhabra Sisters and apart from being a celebrity favourite as it has been worn by many leading ladies in Bollywood they also deliver their juttis to customers across the country through their official online store and their online retail partners. Their juttis come with the motto, 'luxury with comfort', as their footwear shows intricate details and beadwork over a comfortable cushioned sole. Great attention to detail has been given to the tiniest beads and sequins in optimal symmetry which makes it hard to believe that they are handcrafted. Oh, but they are, credits to the extraordinarily skilled Jutti artisans of India! Their range of Juttis caters to all styles. Whether you want something minimalistic, modern, ethnic or with quirky aesthetics, you’ll find something here.

Check them out here.

5. Krafto Jodhpur

Krafto Jodhpur

Krafto Jodhpur, a brand operating out of Jodhpur has some unique desi juttis and mojaris for men. The brand itself is located in the handicraft capital of Rajasthan but delivers its juttis to customers across the country through its official website. You'll find a collection of juttis and mojaris specially handcrafted by skilled artisans in several designs using traditional design and hard work techniques. You'll find the in-sole of their juttis to be specially cushioned with sponge-filled soft leather, so you will feel comfortable and supported even after wearing them for a long time. If you're looking for more traditional designs in your pair of ethnic footwear, you'll like Krafto Jodhpur.

Check them out here.

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