Since footwear is used very roughly, choosing the right embroidery is very important. From simple running stitches to elaborate Zardosi work. Every form of thread work is done on footwear. Some are adorned with just the thread embroidery. This gives the footwear casual and chic look. Others are embellished with different types of beads, Zari, Sequins and such things. These are suitable for occasional or festive wear.
What goes well with embroidered footwear?
Kurtas, Kurtis, Skirts and Salwars can be paired with a pair of embroidered Jootis easily. If you are wearing a grand lehenga or saree equally grand embroidered footwear add to the looks. From daily college or office wear to weddings embroidery suits every occasion.
Caring for embroidery
When you eagerly buy a pair of embroidered shoes, it’s important to take good care of it. Do not wash it frequently. Especially when it is a light colored one. Take care of your shoes as much as your dress. Flats, wedges, heels no matter what, embroidery is a delicate art on them. Hence make sure you store them in their boxes after use. Having a multi color embroidered footwear means every dress of yours has a matching sole-mate.