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So in a recent advertising campaign for a popular traditional wear Indian brand, when actor Kartik Aaryan urges every man – #TaiyaarHoKarAaiye, he draws attention to a much-ignored category in today’s world of fashion accessories – men ethnic shoes. They say that a man’s personality is known by the shoes he wears! Many men deck up on essential occasions, but their shoes give them away! Men ethnic shoes are a very important part of male grooming.
Specially curated footwear not only do wonders to transform your entire look and personality but helps you make an elegant fashion statement. If men want to deck up and accessorize, the possibilities are endless – from mojaris to synthetic flats to beige leather jutis to sandals to Kolhapuris. There is an entire enticing and enhancing world out there – and if men play their cards well, then women will drool all the way to their heart. Indian royals such as Maharajas and Nawabs not only wore footwear made up of leather but also handcrafted with extensive embroidery, sometimes with real gold and silver threads with precious stones.
The ethnic Indian footwear for men, pathani shoes, are highly inspired by the Mughal era, Rajput pride and our country’s rich flora and fauna. Which is why pairing up a pathani shoes with ethnic kurta and pyjama would be the best option for the coming festive season. The motifs that are used to decorate pathani shoes are mostly birds, flowers, leaves and other ornate designs. You’ll also notice the usage of many precious decorative materials such as pearls, beads, precious stones and lustrous beetle wing beads.
Next is Mojaris. They are well-defined footwear with a perfect sheen and finish. They bring out the dapper look in you and enhances your overall personality with elegance and style. If you plan on wearing heavy ethnic clothing such as sherwanis, then nothing beats the look of mojaris. And if it’s your big-day (Wedding day), then mojaris are the perfect men ethnic shoes to opt for. It is a known fact that mojaris are the most essential accessories for the groom.
If you want to go for an ethnic and regal look, then juttis would be a good option. You can team your heavy ensembles with either formal shoes or juttis. Today Millennials and Gen-Z can choose Jalsa juttis or tanned Punjabi juttis or classic or casual jutis to give them that subtle look.
Now, when it comes to three-piece suits and jackets, most people opt for formal shoes. But what they forget is that men ethnic shoes can also slay their overall look if opted for the correct shoes. You’ll find a wide range of choices from hand-painted to embroidered, from sequined designs to contemporary style, etc. in men ethnic shoes. In these modern changing times, traditional shoes or footwear are made with rubber soles in a wide variety of designs and colours.
So many new inspiring trends are now available to ensure that your fashion quotient is as strong as anyone else in the coming festive season.