Women Jutti Beaded
$20 – $25
PRODUCT NAME – Jutti
BRAND NAME – This is India/Bhupati India Store
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION – Handmade, made with care, very soft, keeping in mind the shape of the product be accurate so that it doesn’t hurt the feet or any part of the ankle. Traditional style footwear made with the high quality artificial leather, pointed toe shaped giving a distinctive and elegant looks. It is adorned with intricate embroidery, beadwork and other embellishments showing the artistic heritage of Indian culture. Its quality sole provides durability and comfort making it suitable for extended wear during cultural events, festivals.It is a slip on style without laces and buckles, making it convenient to wear and remove.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN – India
MATERIAL – Artificial Leather
DESIGN – Mixed of textured, floral etc
SIZE (Approx, in inches) – Refer the size chart
COLOR – Mixed
Sold under the brand This is India or Bhupati India Store and Manufactured/ Outsourced/Marketed and Exported by Dead Stock Company.
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