Home » Attire & Grooming » Foot Wear 15 Traditional Wedding Shoes For Men That Define Style by Meher Bajwa August 12, 2015 Leave a reply When it comes to wedding shoes for men, let’s just say that shoes are probably one of the least-thought-about items on a groom’s wedding to-do list! Ironically, they’re also one of the most-thought-about items on a bride’s wedding to-do list. Here’s your cheat’s guide to the coolest traditional shoes for any groom’s wedding day—from mojaris to juttis and kohlapuris, we’ve you covered. Browse away in the comfort of your pajamas! Via: SourceThis lush pair of designer jootis is one of the most classic styles of wedding shoes for men, a perfect match for a brocade achkan combination. The colours are wedding-appropriate and the price point should fit right in with all budgets—we kinda wish women’s shoes were this reasonable! Price: Rs 1,900 Via: Source These golden brocade mojaris are specially crafted with piping work and can be customised to suit your choice-in colour and pattern! They take 10 days to deliver customised pairs so make sure you order yours in time. Price: Rs 599 Via: SourceThese ethnic wedding-wear mojaris are a winner for day weddings—the golden colour with a chic flower print on brocade fabric looks so good under the sun. Price: Rs 599 Via: SourceSponsored SearchThese Jodhpuri Khussa Maharaja jootis are hand made with 100% camel leather and look good when worn with any ethnic outfit— right from sherwanis to kurta pajamas. They are the equivalent of black pumps for women, and a stellar choice in the multitude of wedding shoes for men. Price: Rs 749 Via: SourceThese exclusively designed wedding jootis from Pietaan Footwear are perfect. The gold embroidered work gives a lush, royal feel to the shoes and the traditional shape of the shoe will complement your indian garb. Price: Rs 850 Via: SourceThese white art mojaris are made with silk jacquard and feature exquisite zari work. They are super light, weighing only 650 grams and will lend your overall outfit a very distinguished look. Price: Rs 1,500 Via: SourceThese regal wedding shoes for men are a pair of dark blue velvet and faux leather mojaris, that will give a royal appeal to your ethnic look. The details with stone, bullion and applique work are all hand made. Price: Rs 3,100 Via: SourceClassy and traditional, these off-white feaux leather mojaris will match your ethnic ensemble to the T. Designed with resham and zari work, this is one of our favourites! Price: Rs 1,850 Via: SourceThe sturdy outsole and slight hint of heel bring comfort and flexibility to these classic Kohlapuri chappals by Metro. The red feather embellishment is an added vintage element. Price: Rs 1,490 Via: SourceWe really like these elegant and traditional Kolhapuri flip-flop style shoes by Metro. Embellished with intricate craftsmanship on the T-strap, the shoes have good grip and support through the thumbhole and footbed. Price: Rs 1,490 Via: SourceThese velvet jootis by Rohan Arora are designer wear at it’s best as they walk the fine line between being ethnic, traditional and contemporary. A little tip: Use a shoe horn to avoid damage to the back of your shoes. Price: Rs 9,250 Via: SourceThese leather Kohlapuris by Rohan Arora are comfortable, look good and last long too. A little tip: Dry shoes in room temperature only and never expose them to the sun as the heat from the sun will cause the leather to shrink, wrinkle and crack. Price: Rs 5,550 Via: SourceHandcrafted by the original shoe makers in Rajasthan, these maroon wedding mojaris with the traditional curved toe are made from uncrushable velvet with a thin synthetic sole so that they take the shape of your feet as you wear them. Price: Rs 9,000 approx Via: SourceThese unique jootis with zari work and a broad toe cover are ideal for guy’s with broad feet, and the neutral colour ensures that it matches the ensemble. A comfortable, safe and very stylish choice of wedding shoes for men. Price: Rs 1,200 Via: SourceIf you’re looking to add a bit of colour to your outfit by way of your shoes, these purple and silver mojaris are your best option. Made with brocade, the work and colour is subtle but still makes a bold statement. Price: Rs 3,200 SHARE THIS STORY ON FACEBOOK RelatedRELATED ARTICLESWedding Gifts: 50 Practical Things You Can Gift Newly-Weds12 Stylish Sherwanis For The Groom That Leave A Lasting Impression31 Indian Groom Dress Options For That Regal Look20 Indian Engagement Dresses That Will Steal Your Heart3 E-Stores To Steal Your Ball Gown Wedding Dresses FromColourful Bridal Shoes: 11 Bridal Heels That Scream Out Style!