Thursday, September 28, 2017

Walking on Stardust: Glittery Juttis for Everyday Sparkle

It's not often that I crave shoes like candy, but I have a sweet tooth for juttis - the cheerful, glitzy sister to the babouche. 


Juttis go by many names, including khussa, Punjabi shoes, chappals or mojaris. I'm a sucker for all things handmade and the craftsmanship alone is drool-worthy. I'm talking silk thread, tiny mirrors, hand-stitched embroidery, sequins, eye-popping colors, delicious beads and more often than not, 100% leather. The jutti originated in Southeast Asia and Pakistan and are often worn to weddings or eid festivals. They are super comfortable and over time, will conform to the shape of your foot.

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