Shop The Latest Trend in Designer Juttis on Jivaana

Handcrafted with love, we bring to you a collection of over a 100 designs of Juttis to pick from. Whether you like simple, casual, printed Rajasthani morjaris or are looking for something more festive - and it’s curated list of designers surely will have the perfect pair of shoes for you.
One of the most popular types of shoes in India, a traditional mojari is usually made of leather and the right foot and the left foot are identical. The origins of the jooti are from the era of the Mughals in the early 6th century when the traditional aristocracy wore velvet mojaris with upturned toes. The word itself is an urdu word for a shoe with a closed upper attached to a sole. The upper part of the shoe is made as a single piece and sewen to the bottom of the shoe with white cotton. The production of juttis largely occurs in the northern part of India by leather and embellishment artisans.
Designer juttis online come with a unflattering perception and can be seen as cheap shoes worn that often give shoe bites however the newer juttis are clad with layers of leather padding. The leather crafting fix this old-fashioned flaw.

Printed Juttis

Printed mojaris for women are simple in that they are largely without embellishments and are simply clad with either cotton or raw silk fabric of varying shades and designs. Designs can be of floral mojaris or ikat prints or check or patchwork. These juttis are great for a basic daily wear option.

Threadwork Juttis

Many punjabi juttis are embellished with simple threadwork in alternating colors. For example a popular jutti of ours known as the sheesh uses 12 different color threads – yellow, reds, oranges, blues, greens in order to create one stylish design on a beige based fabric.

Embellished Juttis for Ladies

Artisans in Rajasthan and Punjab are also known to further embellish their designs with various stones and beads and mirrors. These stones are used to decorate the toe as well as the heel of these online jootis to give it a glamorous designer look. We also see cowry shells & gota patti as well as pearls and booties which are popular on our designer juttis.

Bridal Juttis

Everyone loves a festive Punjabi mojari online. The most popular of the bridal juttis are often the opens with bells or ghungroos on them. The bells may be used along with threadwork and various fabrics to make sure your shoe will match your designer blue lehenga or orange saree. Designs range from floral to paisley prints to parrot motifs and birds. Designer juttis are perfect for the occasion to help you stand out.

Style Check

You can wear vintage print juttis with Indo-Western outfits, or ankle-length Pakistani palazzos. Another great idea is to pair a bright designer mojari with a ripped jeans and a white tee combo – exchange them for your ballet flats. You can also acquire the ones with tiny ghungroos for a cute, ethnic touch. Juttis go as well with designer anarkalis as with full-length maxi dresses. In addition, they’ll make for a pretty sight as they pop out just a little from underneath. If you seek comofort and want to avoid the high heels drama at your wedding, opt for an embellished bridal mojari with your lehenga.
Today we bring to you designs that are affordable, yet fit for royalty. Our size charts are accurate and our customer service team is here to help you select the right size and style to match your outfit. Needledust Juttis online have also become popular in Bollywood with famous actresses like Sonam Kapoor, Tabu and Nimrat Kaur.
Whether you are a bride or a bridesmaid, our range of Juttis from designers like - Coral Haze, Zeva, Mojari Flakes, Preet Kaur, Akaayra, Mouve and many more will have something special just for you ! Match your outfit or pick a jutti in a pop colour to add to it - show off your style in juttis from