13 Shoe Styles To Pair With Your Sherwani

There’s nothing better than picking a pair of fancy sherwani shoes to grace your ensemble with a dash of dapper. Go all traditional with Indian sherwani shoes or create a fusion with some modern picks.
Scroll through our list to know what type of shoes to wear with a sherwani. Gear up to put your best foot forward.

1. Mojari Jutti

Latest sherwani shoes in mojari style come in exciting embroidered and mirror work patterns. This curvy pair has a narrow toe with an inward curve on the tip. Select one with cushion and soft lining for better comfort. Wear it with a traditional pair without socks for a better appeal.

Mojari Jutti
Price:

Rs.2990 onwards

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2. Kolhapuris

Originating from Maharashtra, Kolhapuri sandals are an easy to wear pick. These hand-crafted leather shoes for sherwani are locally tanned using vegetable dyes. Thread-work embroidery enhances these groom’s sherwani shoes and sandals. Pick these sturdy sandals for an Indo western sherwani look.

Kolhapuri Chappals
Price:

Rs.900 onwards

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3. Loafer Shoes

The perfect mix of casual and dressy, loafers are one of the best shoes to be worn with a sherwani. These slip-on shoes refine your ethnic style with a touch of modernity. Get your hands on an embellished one to spruce up this pick. You can also select sherwani leather shoes in subtle colors to let your ensemble shine. Club it with a tailor-made suit for a dapper appeal.

Loafer Shoes
Price:

Rs.4799 onwards

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4. Derby Shoes

Dazzle through any wedding occasion in these classic and comfortable derby-style shoes. These shoes complement any simple black sherwani with its smooth round toe and lace-up style. Matching derby shoes for sherwani are ideal when creating a formal monotone look. Bandhgala looks great with this pick.

Derby Shoes
Price:

Rs.999 onwards

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5. Monk Strap Shoes

Sherwani with formal shoes takes a modern and sophisticated turn with this no lace pair. Described as the ‘most advanced’ luxury dress shoe, monk strap stands a class apart with a contemporary buckle and strap. With perforated and stitch details, this shoe in tan is our favourite. Add a Nehru jacket with this one.

Monk Strap Shoes
Price:

Rs.18149 onwards

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6. Velvet Loafers

Velvet is all the rage this season as it looks classic and modern at the same time. The best part about velvet loafers is that you can wear them to many other occasions such as cocktail parties, office parties, and much more. You can get velvet loafers with statement embellishments such as tassels, patchwork, spikes, etc., to have footwear that makes you stand out.

7. Backless Jutti

Backless Jootis are like a match made in heaven for your sherwani. They are easy to slip in and look incredibly good with both heavily embroidered sherwani and subtle modern ones. They work well with sherwanis and go well with other Indian outfits, such as Kurta-pyjama. Backless Jooti doesn’t usually have the issue of shoe bite, which is common with most Indian footwear. They come in various patterns- from plain and basic to colourful and embroidered

8. Nagara Shoes

If comfortable and stylish is what you want to go for, nagara-style shoes are for you. They snug your feet well while being airy. Dance all night long if you have to with shoes, and you will be least bothered with shoe bites or any other discomfort. Nagara shoes come in various materials such as canvas, leather, and more, so you can pick one that works the best for you.

9. Pathani Shoes

Get that royal look going by matching your sherwani with pathanis. They add a subtle hint of class and elegance to your overall look without taking away from your clothes. Pathanis will match well with most menswear that you may plan on wearing to the wedding or other functions. Pathanis come in various colours and are mostly made with leather so you can be rest assured that they will last you a very long time.

10. Moccasins

Moccasins are accredited as slip-on shoes that are super comfortable and lightweight to wear. You can wear Moccasins with Sherwanis that are simple and slightly modern. They may not be a good match if you are going for a very traditional look as they have a hint of a western look to them. To amplify your style, you can match the colour of Moccasins with the buttons of your sherwani for a put-together look.

11. Brogue

Brogues are a versatile pair of shoes that can also complement your sherwanis. The fine thread detailing lends it a very minimal yet stylish appeal to them. They are available in various types like laced, open-laced, single colour, dual-toned, and more. You can also get dual-toned shoes to add a more dramatic look to your footwear. Most Brogues feature laser-cut proliferations to make them breathable. These proliferations also add a hint of style to them. Brogues work well with western-looking sherwanis the most.

12. Jodhpuri Shoes for Men

Leave it to jodhpuris to add the ultimate royal look to your ensemble. Jodhpuris are intricately designed to ensure comfort and style without taking away from the razzmatazz of your sherwani. Jodhpuri can be worn on multiple occasions and can tie together various types of outfits. Not only are they perfect for Indian wear, but they also add a hint of style to western and indo-western wear.

13. Leather Sandals

These are perfect add-ons to a man’s ensemble as they are easy to wear and elegant to look at. Leather sandals can practically match anything and virtually last you a lifetime if taken care of well. These sandals come in various designs and closures, so you will be spoilt for choice. They look sassy, chic, and breathable. They are available in abundant colour options and can also be customised to suit your needs and likings.

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