Let’s all take a moment to appreciate the ability of ethnic juttis to complement any outfit. Lately women have been wearing ethnic juttis with almost every kind of outfit, not traditional alone. This is actually a wonderful way to add color and flair to any boring outfit. You can experiment with multiple styles and come up with outfit ideas that go with your juttis. Well, you cannot always have them in all colors, that’d get too pricey. So here we are simplifying it for you into 5 must-have ethnic juttis designs. If you have these 5 types, you are good to go on any day.
1. Basic Ethnic Juttis
First things first, the basics. In all items, be it clothing, accessories or jewellery, basics are the first things to get your hands on. When it comes to juttis, tans and browns are basics. They suit almost all types of clothing ang go well with all colors. Tan juttis can be worn on daily basis with jeans, tops, tunics, basic kurtas, etc. Go for the plain ones with subtle designs over the flashy ones. This way you can pair them with multiple pieces of clothing.
2. Floral juttis
If you are a jutti lover, floral juttis are something you can’t get your hands off. Floral prints have the pleasant and beauty element that surpasses every other print in its arena. Juttis with floral embroidery or print are particularly good with flowy outfits. You can pair them with long ethnic skirts, anarkali dresses, flowy maxis, trousers, palazzos etc. Make sure to go for plain bottoms in order to highlight the floral detail on your feet.
3. Color pop
If we are talking about monochromatic looks or solid colored outfits, color popping juttis are our way to go. They can be anything with bright color aspect, be it a single color or multi. White on white and black on black are two classic monochrome looks. Color pop juttis work best for both of them . Just add a nice pair of jhumkas to top it off and you are good to rock any occasion. Out of the monochromatic looks, salwar suit, patiala suit, anarkali suit looks are the best ones. You can try adding colored dupatta or scarf for the color element along with the juttis.
4. Golden & Silver Ethnic Juttis
Golden and Silver ethnic juttis are the must-have ones when it comes to weddings, traditional events, festivals, etc. Almost all heavy dresses have either of golden or silver element to it. So if you have one of each pair, you’ll be all set. In gold and silver juttis, there are multiple designs and types. You can go for anything between thread embroidered ones and beaded, embellished ones. Pair them with lehengas, sarees, anarkalis, sharara suits, ghagra cholis or anything that’s festive.
5. Quirky Designs
If you are someone who’s not very much into traditional designs, you can go for the ones with quirky prints. Many stores are now manufacturing juttis with names, emojis, funny designs, animations, etc that serve the interests of modern women. You can go for those and pair them with your basic jeans, tees, tops, etc.
It all lies in experimenting. You can always mix and match and obtain new looks. For example, a color pop jutti with a plain white basic t-shirt and blue jeans looks amazing. Similarly, there’s lot to explore in Indian and Indo-western fashion. If you are looking to get your hands on these beautiful juttis, click on the image and get them now.