Beauty Secrets for Happy Feet 

    Beauty Secrets for Happy Feet 

    By Coral Haze

    The wondrous land of Punjab is known for its people, food, and of course, the great Punjabi jutti! While we’re fans of everything this historical land offers, we might be biased toward the third one – after all, Punjabi jutti is the only one that we can ‘Add to cart” and cherish for good, even when we’re miles away!


    Vibrant colours, earthy vibes, and rich culture – the wondrous land of Punjab is as wholesome as it gets. One such gift from this historical land, that captures the essence of Punjab (and our style), is the great Punjabi jutti. 

    This magnificent work of art is courtesy of Indian culture and tradition. What started as a symbol of royalty is now a fashion accessory that has become a part of our day-to-day. If one were to go behind the scenes for a sneak peek into the world of artisans & designers, one would surely agree that a Punjabi jutti deserves a special place in our hearts and shoe racks!

    Also known as mojari shoes or mojari, jutti is an Urdu word that means “closed upper and a sole”. Handmade jutti is now a fashion revolution, where almost every woman (and some men) swear by it. In reality, it has been around since history uplifting the styles of kings and nobles. 

    How It All Began

    The Punjabi jutti trend started around 400 B.C. in the Mughal Empire. The regal royals of Rajasthan asked the artisans to exclusively handcraft shoes for them. 

    These stylish juttis or Nagras (as they were known) showcased exquisite embroidery work of gemstones, gold, and silver. Due to their beauty, juttis quickly gained popularity. 

    With time, handmade juttis were accessible to the general public too. So artisans made them more practically without using expensive embroidery.

    Soon states like Punjab adopted this style and artisans everywhere were handcrafting a Punjabi jutti

    Today, designer Punjabi juttis are in great demand and several factories have been set up for mass production so that this beautiful work of art reaches our homes, our hearts & our wardrobes. 

    A Jutti In The Making

    The process of making a Punjabi jutti is an elaborate process that takes time, attention to detail, and exceptional skills.

    First, rawhide is processed in a tannery using tannin, extracted from Kikkar or Babool trees. The result? A strong and wearable leather.

    To refine the colour of this leather, powdered pigments in yellow and green shades are used. Then the shoe wizard a.k.a the artisan marks the size and cuts the leather according to specific measurements.

    The upper part (the panna), is embellished with mirrors, zari, etc, depending on the design. The insole, sole, and padding are stuck and then the artisan finally assembles the Punjabi shoe

    And Voila! There it is, the perfect Punjabi jutti!

    Today it’s more than an Indian fashion accessory. They have several designs, but they still keep the Indian tradition intact and keep us grounded (pun intended).

    Slay Every Day, Style And Occasion With These Punjabi Juttis

    Any Handmade jutti creates a balance between the modern & the traditional. Here are some styles of Punjabi jutti that can go with anything – from Indian ethnic wear to western wear, to special occasion wear.

  • Floral motifs jutti
  • Giving new meaning to femininity, the floral motif is hard to miss across the different design styles in the fashion world. The colours and the fun, playful vibe make this one extra special.


    This pair called Elan is all things floral and neon. It can take a simple outfit from minimal to oh-so-gorgeous!

    Embroidered jutti

    Great embroidery works wonders for you. Even though they look simple, they are ravishing beyond words!

    This pair, Blaire, is hand-embroidered with pearls. The motif, inspired by the moon-lit night is subtle, yet on point!  

    This pair called Elan is all things floral and neon. It can take a simple outfit from minimal to oh-so-gorgeous!

    Mirror work jutti

    It shines and makes you shine too. Mirror-work might be common, but an extraordinary pattern, especially on a jutti, steals hearts.

    While there are diverse designs available, a Punjabi jutti isn’t just about the way it looks. It does so much more!


    Why Your Wardrobe Needs A Punjabi Jutti

    A Punjabi jutti will always make you look like a pataka, but guess what? It’s equally comfortable too. 

    In fact, brides are now choosing to ditch their heels and wear designer Punjabi jutti during their wedding functions. 

    Moreover, juttis are even more desirable because:

    • There are no rights or lefts when it comes to a Punjabi jutti
    • They are flats, so no pressure on those precious legs
    • They are lightweight to ensure you move around freely
    • They’re handcrafted with love

    A Punjabi jutti is like you leaving a unique mark, whether it’s at a party or a meeting. 

    Slay Every Day In A Coral Haze Jutti

    We know the power of a great handmade jutti, whether you’re wearing it with formals or your wedding lehenga. Good hair day? Please. Try good footwear day! 

    Here are five ways a Coral Haze jutti can make your style roar!

  • Keeping things casual
  • Life is too short, look elegant every day! A minimal Punjabi jutti is made for simpler times and sophisticated vibes. 

  • Nothing says fusion better!
  • Blend traditional with modern and watch how your look mesmerizes everyone!

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