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Fall 2020’s Best Footwear Picks For Grooms-To-Be

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By Kanika Chachera

Updated on 15 October, 2020

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It is almost the Winter Wedding Season and a perfect time to put your outfits together. As much as brides wish to slay all the nuptial ceremonies, grooms are simultaneously keeping their funk with all the regal accessories that they can gather to create a dapper attire. While you wrap your heads around your wishful suits, do not forget to pick charming footwears to complement your look. If you are yet looking for ideas, then your favourite shoe might be found under our curated list of shoes. Check out Fall 2020’s Best Footwear Picks For Grooms-To-Be.

1. Silver embroidery over red velvet slip-ons is exactly what you can dig for the dressy factor. You can colour coordinate these shoes with Ashy and Black suits.


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2. Dark chocolate shiny footwear can be your cocktail attire’s must-have. The design is made to fuse with tuxedos and formals but go wild if you’re a fashionista!


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3. An upbeat off the runway dress code will be apt for a pair of shoes with mixed hues. Your day ceremonies in teal or green outfit can be slayed wearing these pointed-toe shoes.


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4. You may be someone who surrenders to heels on occasions and might even love to step into polished shoes with a neatly tied lace. To satisfy your OCD and an elegant sense of fashion, pick these beauties.


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5. Walk like a royalty wearing ivory Jutti with your sherwani. There are a variety of motifs you can find in the stores to choose from, so find your favourite for the Big-Day!


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6. A fancy pair of Jutti with a little sheen factor will make your outfit more dressy. Buti work and gold piping on the sides can enhance your shoes looking glorious, so get ivory or black to pair up with.


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7. Get a little pattern to play a role in your entire outfit with a hint of gold. Multi hues can keep this footwear blendable with more than one attire and hence could be a wise choice for you.


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8. Hook yourself up with traditional loafers in silk thread embroidery. Their durability and charming patterns can work wonders for Nehru, Bandhgala and Jodhpuri look.


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9. Check out the cool tassel drop detail on a printed pair of loafers. You can wear them with a solid monochrome attire to add contrast or keep a monotonous look. 


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10. Save yourself a Rajasthani set of Juttis with a dramatic gold motif this season. The chocolaty hue blends with both prints and solids, so grab this inspiration to plunge your look.


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11. Sabyasachi’s sequinned and Zardozi embroidered shoes are making us go Ooh-la-la. They will be a remarkable match to your wedding outfit and add the touch of prestige too. 


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12. Swarovski over embroidered mules is setting comfort goals this year. Bye-Bye shoe bites, and hello new season’s fashion. You can wear these for Haldi and Mehndi ceremonies.


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13. Get a hold on the majestic velvety loafers with intricately studded rhinestones and crystals. We are currently crushing on these because not only they outshine the regular footwear but also turn your entire wedding outfit supreme.


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14. Multicoloured prints on shoes are trending with their vibrancy and the cherry on top factor...Tassels are the bonus! Contrast it with Deep blue, Black, Crimson or pick any colour from the print to match with your outfit. 


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15. If you enjoy wearing pastels and not so loud colours, then try these beige Jutti set featuring colourful embroidery. It’ll suit the viral ivory Kurta look and can be one of your options for any of the nuptial ceremonies for the daytime.


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