Back in the days, mojaris were worn by kings in India and were a sign of being regal. Though, today it’s neither too expensive nor limited to royalty. Mojaris are a favourite street shopping option. In this type of footwear that has got highly popular among the youth, you have a range of options. Here’s listing them out…
Kolhapuri styleAlso known as bunto shoes, they are more casual than the other mojaris and jutis. Price: `400 upwards A favourite of youngsters, pair it with denims, kurtas and Nehru jackets.
Punjabi style These leather footwear Buntoshopping come with lining and thread work on the cloth piece glued on to the top. Average price: `500 upwards
It can be paired with pathani suits and kurta pajama.
Rajasthani style They are handmade with thread work done on leather.Average price: `500 upwards These jutis can be paired with Jodhpuri pajamas, Indo-western suits and even denims. Pakistani style These are extremely chic and make for wedding trousseaus. Average price: `650 upwards They can be worn with sherwanis and Aligarhi pajama. They look good with a turban too.