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Someone had said that one’s walk and appearance can tell a lot about what the person is up to, thus your walk should be confident and appealing.
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- Sumanya Sehgal
Someone had said that one’s walk and appearance can tell a lot about what the person is up to, thus your walk should be confident and appealing. The wedding day is one such occasion where we want to dress up and show off. The brides are desperately in need for some tips and advice on matters like what footwear to buy or what colour lehenga to choose. Bandbaajaa.com has come up with some amazing footwear options that every bride can wear on her special day, without any major handling hassles.
1. PUNJABI JUTTI
Do you find high heels uncomfortable and difficult to carry? Well, then you should go for juttis in a golden colour or something that matches your bridal lehenga. You can also wear those juttis later with your other ethnic attires.
2. HIGH HEELS
Are you a fan of high heels and cannot compromise on them at any cost? Then, you should definitely go for high heels in colour like golden or silver. These colours look beautiful when worn under an Indian wedding lehenga.
3. EMBELLISHED FLAT SANDALS
If you feel that a jutti might look too less for a wedding but high heels also sound like too much work then you can surely give flat sandals in brocade a try. They are easy to carry and are really affordable.
4. MARRIAGE WEDGES
Wedges are the most the safest footwear option for an occasion like an Indian wedding. It serves both the purposes, of walking with class and with comfort. After all, what else does any bride want?
5. CLASSY STILETTOS
Well, stilettos look classy and elegant when worn with any outfit, be it any western dress, for example, a gown or an Indian traditional attire like a lehenga. You can always carry them with ease and grace.
So what are you waiting for? Get online on Bandbaajaa.com and get the footwear of your choice at and easy and affordable prices. Till then, keep it stylish.