‘Seal the deal’ look
-a.k.a the engagement get up

Need to look your absolute best when you’re confirming to tie knots with your lover? Shine through the engagement night with a showstopper designer jutti a.k.a Darpan from the Abu Jani X NEEDLEDUST collection just the way celebrity Kriti Sanon does it. These Punjabi Juttis can be the most endearing element for your whole look. Combine with an outfit that screams ‘Yes! I am gonna be married’ pretty loudly. Don’t forget to balance it out with minimal jewellery and flattering au minimal makeup.

Take the vow in serene
-Pristine Pearls-

Versatile works beyond the wedding season. A pair of juttis that are not only versatile but ultra-elegant would be considered a perfect match just like you and your partner. It’ll bind well with any attire you decide to sport for the day. This ivory pearl pair has the right amount of grace and subtle charm making them the right choice for your wedding shenanigans. Adorned by Deepika Padukone, this beautiful pearl juttis has all the approval needed. What do you think?

Instagram handle: @sanjrishi wearing Needledust Mayfair Needless to say, this one has caught our heart!

Take the risque
-Ditch the cliché. Be the Androgynous Bride-

Who knew a pantsuit with the apt pair of silver juttis can work wonders for those wedding vows? These silver sterlings- Mayfair, are giving a touch of femininity to this androgynous vibe. Accessorizing is playing an important role here and we absolutely adore how the outfit is tied together seamlessly with extra jazz from these beautiful juttis.

Pretty in yellow
- Haldi ceremony

Haldi is meant to be fun, it’s meant to be indulged in. These Beethoven Rooster juttis are here with the most playful yet elegant details. The colour yellow screams haldi to us paired with a yellow flowy ensemble of course. Notice how Kajal Aggarwal is killing it with this look? We too can!

The Iconic Bridal Look
-Sophie Turner gives goals-

Sophie Turner literally turned heads with her ‘full-of-charm’ lehenga paired with some laid back yet royalty-pouring juttis. The ghungru details add that traditional essence to the whole look and they’re comfortable for all the standing time you have to bear in your wedding. Check out Noore ad Gul if you think this needs to be in your wardrobe.

A Dream come True

Accompanying the bride with your best foot forward- wearing Eve’s Garden with a subtle and sophisticated outfit choice. Disha Patani shows us how it’s done, wearing a pastel pink lehenga with these embedded wedding floral juttis! Being playful on these joyous occasions hasn't been easier, all thanks to the comfort the juttis can offer.

Slay it like Sonam

Draped in chic, fashionista Sonam Kapoor again slays in this completely unusual ensemble. She’s giving NEEDLEDUST juttis a new edge, a new meaning with this choice of pastel blue pre-draped saree on top of a co-ord set throwing off a badass vibe to it. The silhouette required a jutti option which works well with both traditional wear and western wear, and this is what the main role of our juttis Zoie and Aurora is.

The evergreen element

Black is an evergreen colour, no doubt and Hansika Motwani shows us the way to shine through the weddings pairing these black velvet juttis with a winter-wedding attire. It complements the textures and hues of the outfit so well and you should definitely take notes.