Footwear appeared in a variety of styles from simple slippers to boots but every time the look was aimed at comfort and style.
A FLAT STORY
Flats like ballerina shoes are making news on the style charts and they are teamed with a variety of garments, which are casual as well as formal.
Nothing looks more stylish then ballerina flats in fabric and that is exactly what the Poochki label had in maroon with ankle tie-ups. Rouka designed cute slip-ons with large white bows to attract attention. Very comfortable in a mix of blue and white fabrics with extended ankle socks were shoes created by the Indigene label. Sunita Shankar’s silver moccasins were just perfect for her Bandhani line ‘Beyond Tradition’ to give the easy eveningwear look, while Verandah created matching slip-on twotone shoes to go perfectly with the Ajrakh outfits.
Flats with one broad strap and lacing for the ankles went very well for the collection called ‘Sukhavati’ by designers Vineet Rahul. Nakita Singh’s mojris in black were just right for the stylish western wear line of comfy coats and cropped pants. A pair of knitted booties by Craftmark was ideal for the craft based collection presented by the brand.
Making an interesting entry were moccasins for men from Ajay Kumar who printed them to match the men’s printed shirts, trousers and jackets; while SVA matched them to the Sherwanis for a more formal look.