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Pretty Flats For Your Special Day!

Indian brides are heavy duty brides. Why? Well, because only an Indian bride can don a heavy bridal outfit, pair it with a Rani haar or naulakha haar, smile incessantly and pose for millions of photographs with every soul present at the wedding and sit through all the rituals that last all day long. To add to the glory, they wear wedding heels that, under the cover, squeeze their toes, give them blisters, rip their toenails and take a toll on their comfort and posture. Secretly, I’m sure all brides wish to ditch those heels and take a sigh of relief!

Not everyone wants to trade comfort for fashion, though. And if you’re the one who isn’t head over heels for heels, then voila! We have some life-saving options for you.

  1. A bride always looks pretty in pink and a pink jutti with ghungroo will definitely add some jazz to your wedding outfit.

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  1. A jutti with some mirror work? You can’t ask for more! It can go with any outfit and will add that sheen to your outfit.

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  1. We are drooling over this pair of Christian Louboutin Pigalove pointed-toe red sole flats. Aren’t you?.

 

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  1. Juttis in beige and turquoise color with sippi and moti work are sure to grab some eye balls this wedding season.

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  1. Gold with moti work, even on ankle straps, is what every bride needs. The glitter on these flats will add some sparkle to your wedding attire and will enhance your look.

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Submitted by: Manpreet Kaur

Manpreet is an articulate writer who writes to feed her soul. For feeding her stomach, she works as an English trainer, training students and professionals for competitive language exams.

She is realistic, rebellious and robust. Not manacled by a particular genre of writing, her interest is in varied domains like Lifestyle, Marriage, Global issues, sagas and styling. Hence, defying the proverb ”Jack of all but King of none”. You can check out her blog, email her, or get in touch through Facebook and Instagram.

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