Regular price Dhs. 233.00

Experience the enchanting tales of Vrindavan with our jutti, "Shyen." Handcrafted with the golden sequins and beads in a stunning floral pattern, this jutti embodies the essence of Lord Krishna. Its retro peacock design adds a touch of uniqueness, making it a conversation starter and a showstopper at any event. Perfect for the evening parties, this jutti effortlessly complements black dresses and gold sarees. With a blend of traditional and modern colours, along with intricate zari, zardosi, and golden sequin embroidery, it exudes the subtle elegance. Embrace the divine charm of "Lord Krishna" and adorn your feet with grace.

Composition :

Outer Material:
Croma Silk Inner Material: Leather Lining and Sole: Leather Cushion: Double cushioning for extra comfort

 Size & Fit : Please refer to the size chart below for measurements. 

Care Instructions :

Tip 1 : More you wear better they fit: All our Jutti’s are handcrafted using authentic/genuine leather. There is no RIGHT or LEFT in the jutti, but once worn, jutti will automatically take the shape of your feet.

Tip 2: Store at its Best : Juttis are made up of leather; therefore it’s important to keep them wrapped in Muslin potli. As muslin is soft, and protects your jutti from weather change, it will make sure that the embellishments of the juttis do not get spoiled.

Tip 3: Before Using : I generally don’t bite yet you can apply a touch of coconut oil to my inner lining overnight to make me softer and smoother than I arrived and I’ll ensure I am always comfortable for you.

Tip 4: Neat and Clean Makes a Perfect Pair: I am natural and can tend ages, hence to retain my beauty and shine for years to come, wipe gently with a damp cloth, however if the dirt doesn’t come off, you can use a toothbrush that has been dipped in a solution of mild washing soap and water. Jutti’s with elaborately embellished and embroidered work must only be dry-cleaned. And Yes! Please take care of your feet too, they are my soul mates.

Tip 5: Dry and Store: All of us know leather and moisture do not go well together. Make sure your jutti’s are not exposed to it. In case it gets wet, do dry them naturally, out in the sun before storing them back.