At times it really becomes difficult to pair the right footwear on a certain outfit. Isn’t it? You cannot always wear flats on all of your outfits and neither can you wear heels. Basically, we need to have certain pair of shoes to pair up with our dresses especially ethnic dresses. Footwear is as important as your dresses, so if you end up wearing a designer lehenga and pair it with simple flats. No matter how beautiful your lehenga is it doesn’t matter. People will end up looking at your flats and that gets way too embarrassing. Also choosing a right pair for your ethnic dresses at the last minute gets too messy, it leads to confusion and time wastage. Therefore, make a note and shop for the right ones to avoid going mismatch on your functions.
- Kolhapuris with Patiala Suit and Short Kurtis-
Opt for traditional Kolhapuri chappals to team up with your Patiala suit and kurtis. It will be a perfect match if teamed up with glass work bags or jholas and a nice pair of jhumkas. Mojaris is another great option to team up with Patiala’s. The whole outfit will give a desi girl touch to your look.
- Wedges for Long Churidar Suits-
If you are someone who loves wearing churidar suits regularly but finds it difficult to wear strappy heels. Worry not? Skip any kind of heels and opt for wedges or platform heels which not only gives you comfort but also make you look tall. Churidar is one such outfit which makes a woman look tall and the wedge adds to the height.
- Peeptoes/Pumps for Anarkali Suits-
Your pumps are not just meant for your short one piece dresses. They are a multi-tasker and look great on both ethnic and western dresses. Team up your peeptoes/pumps with flowing anarkali suits. Wear a nice ramleela earrings and you are ready to go..Princess!
- Flat with Pants and trousers-
Now you would think you always have to wear heels/peeptoes/wedges on ethnic wear. That’s false! Latest short suits with trouser like pants are in season. They are best worn with bellies and flats.
- Stilettos for Lehenga-
You can wear a nice stiletto, the one in the form of a thick pencil heels with diamond and gold embedded work. It is mandatory to wear stiletto heels with Lehenga as it touches the ground and you don’t want to go cleaning it by wearing flats. Also, the fish-shape cut or the umbrella cut lehenga when worn with heels gives the look of a tall personality.
- Pencil heels for Palazzo Suit & Bell bottoms-
Pallazo suits usually are in the form of bell bottom and to narrow it down pair it with a pencil heel. It gives a sharp and edgy look to the whole persona and gives an illusion of a tall personality. Carry a nice, compact hand hanging jhola along with palazzo to rock the ethnic look. Hope this article have got you covered? If anytime you are puzzled, bookmark this article so that you can come back anytime for reference.