✔ Pair them with ethnic outfits that involve a pair of jeans, such as a bandhgala worn over indigo denims or a short kurta.
✔ They work well with the trouser break that most denims offer and help streamline things by a great margin.
✔ If you’re looking for a pair that’s occasion specific, pick a pair of loafers with uppers that have minimal detailing, making sure to steer clear from anything that’s too ornate.
✔ They look razor sharp and pair well with your basic kurta-pyjama combination.
✔ However, brogues look especially classy when worn Jodhpur trousers and a bandhgala.
✔ Invest in a pair that has minimal perforation—too much, and you risk looking like someone who doesn’t know where to draw the line.
✔ Also, brown brogues are a safe investment. They pair well with the earthy tones of most ethnic outfits as compared to the stark contrast that a black pair offers.
✔ They’re a no-fuss alternative, and whether you choose leather slip-ons or good old sandals, they complement all kinds of ethnic outfits perfectly.
✔ While understated detailing is alright when it comes to leather loafers and brogues, as far as sandals are concerned, we’re recommending ones with a plain finish.
Written By : Shirley Mistry