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Ethnic

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Ethnic Shoes

In India, post August is when the celebration of festivals and weddings commences. This season calls for Ethnic attire from head to toe. In order to kick off your festive season in style, pick up a pair or two of ethnic shoes that can complete your look.

Types of Ethnic Shoes

Originated from various cultures, some true to origin, some adapted by modernity, Metro Shoes offer a variety of ethnic shoes for men.

Mojaris – Recognisable by the flat leather stoles, closed-toe, sometimes pointed and sometimes round-tipped. They are the most authentic, handcrafted festival shoes. 

Kolhapuris – These sturdy out-sole shoe curl around the thumbhole providing a sturdy grip. They allow room around the heel, often embellished with craftsmanship on the T-strap.

Slip-ons – Having a similar pattern to Kolhapuris, the Slip-ons shoes stray away from traditional materials and embody the universal leather fabric. The style is slightly more modern as compared to its traditional counterparts. It has an extension that holds the head of the shoe at a slight angle.

Slippers - The slipper type is a mix between an open shoe and a closed one. It has small fissure that cuts along the side of the shoe, allowing your foot to breathe inside. Similar to sandals some have a wrap style, while others are fastened with a Velcro grip allowing for a sturdy fit. Both of them are mostly made of leather.

Brogues –They are close-toed leather shoes. Usually embellished with a more traditional pattern for an ethnic look.

Variety

  • Mojaris and Kolhapuris are the most ethnic footwear for men that is usually paired with sherwanis, kurtas, or bandgalas. The traditional kurta can be paired with a Nehru Jacket or a printed vest. This outfit can be worn casually as well.
  • Slippers, sandals, Brogues and slip-ons offer a more modern look. Thus, these type of footwear are paired with a more formal, put-together look.

Colours

  • You can buy ethnic shoes in earthy tones of brown, white and black. These shoes can pull together your outfit. Some Mojaris are also available in multiple patterns that can complement the pattern of your kurta.
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