Grooms-To-Be, We Got You These 10+ Shoes For Your Wedding Day!
BY Sakshi | 25 Sep, 2018 | 7462 views | 3 min read
Being a groom doesn't have to mean that you have to be plain- grooms can have fun with their wedding attire too, and shoes can really elevate your look! Instead of going for the same old juttis and shoes, get a little adventurous with it! Don't think that they go unnoticed, and here are some great ideas for grooms-to-be to pick some inspiration from!
With a personalised sole!
Image via @katma_photography
This is such a cool idea- and can be done with any shoe!
Something with a unique design- jutti flats anyone?
Image and Shoes via Anita Dongre
How cool are these- such a unique design for a groom shoe- and the plus point? No shoe bites!
Zardozi embroidery on leather
So simple but so elegant! And the leather will make them go with any sherwani!
Or something on which the embroidery does all the talking!
The embroidery standing out- whether it is 'cz of the colour or the work is also such a good idea!
Customised from the same fabric as the sherwani!
This is another idea that we love- literally cut from the same fabric!
Quirk all the way- unique pattern or embellishments!
Image via Sabyasachi Groomwear and Sabyasachi X Louboutin
Sabyasachi knows how to do them well, and his groom shoes stand out so well!
With the groom's initials
Image via Shriya & Rahat (USA)
Another great idea, just you initials embroidered on it!
With your wedding date etched on it!
Image via Meena & Nimesh (USA)
The wedding date- makes a good keepsake as well!
Or maybe even your zodiac sign!
Image via Studio Finesse
Now that's personalising with a twist! The groom's zodiac on his shoes!
Bright colours #forthewin!
Bright and happy colours- could go with a neutral sherwani or make the same colour pop more!
Or offbeat pastels that slay!
Offbeat pastels look so amazing- especially if your sherwani has an offbeat shade too!
Silk juttis that are simple and elegant!
Silk looks elegant too- and really makes the embroidery stand out!
Some velvet for that royal touch!
Image via The Ring Light
Velvet looks regal and elegant - but it has to be well designed to avoid giving it a tacky feel!