This list of shoes is sure to please anyone who shares my passion for shoes. Now, focus on these incredible local companies who are genuinely local, employ Indian artists, and produce shoes that are simply outstanding. I’m all for experimenting, and I did with these brands. The best Indian shoe brands are listed here; they are worthy of a place in your shoe collection. Find your true love with shoes ranging from hand-painted brogues to denim stilettos! 

  1. Daisie

There’s no reason to always be wearing really high heels when Daisie offers gorgeous, comfortable, and fashionable shoes for every occasion. Add some animal prints or multi-strap slides to amp up the sass. Some possibilities in this brand are PVC, hypnotic holograms, and all-black.

  1. Madish

There are several reasons why I adore this brand, but their amazing selection of denim shoes is my main one. Yes, denim is in. From mules to pencil heels, from sultry wrap-arounds to strappy ones. Additionally, you can choose from their stylish flats or their playful denim pumps. Similar to jeans, the denims are available in black, light, dark, mid-blue, fringe, and other colours. Of course, if denim isn’t your style, concentrate on the animal designs, suede items, jazzy silver pieces, and sneakers as well. But seriously, don’t pass on the denim assortment. Ideally!

  1. Zebba

Indeed, Zebba does a great job with boots, which I adore. In essence, this brand embodies style, comfort, and trend perfectly. Stylish slip-on flats that go well with kurtas and jeans are also available. I really adore the abundance of vegan loafers, brogues, and other options that they offer. In addition, there are woven block heels, strappy wedge heels, and printed graphic slides. This brand doesn’t hold back when it comes to colour—red, pink, neon, mint, wine, and yellow—and you shouldn’t either! Actually, if you enjoy Aldo, you will adore Zebba.

  1. Tjori

Whether you’re looking for closed slides, vegan leather slip-ons, studded Oxfords, or braided block heels, Tjori has you covered for affordable, cosy shoes. They’re not the cheapest, but they’re all generally sturdy and have a distinct ethnic feel. The Delhi-based firm specialises in handcrafting genuine, reasonably priced footwear (and clothes) that befits the quality you receive. 

  1. Sole House

Sole House is the best choice if you’re searching for a TON of possibilities. These hand-crafted shoes, which feature delicate embroidery and come in the form of mules, kolhapuris, loafers, and wedge heels, are a terrific alternative to mass-produced shoes found on the high street. The colours vary from cobalt blue, vivid red, rani pink, and peach and cream to dull gold. This brand is particularly great as their heels are block heels, which makes them quite comfy. The style element increases when you consider that they are hand-embroidered. Yes, those out-of-date block heels from 1975!  

  1. Inochhi

Inochhi was founded in 2018 by Deepali Khanna, who aimed to combine comfort and design. She took inspiration from Italy and created a line of shoes that included mules, espadrilles, block heels, and embellished flats. Numerous nude styles and metallic shoes are available, making them suitable for any colour ensemble. However, tassels, stitching, and embellishments are employed for that extra touch of elegance. An LBB Crew Member attests to the shoes’ fine craftsmanship, prompt shipping, and high-quality leather construction. Thus, it has been thoroughly tried and tested. Check out their Travel Collection, which includes shiny leather slip-ons that are comfortable to wear for both a tour and a beautiful dinner afterwards. 

  1. Monrow Shoes

One of my all-time favourites, Monrow Shoes are made specifically for the Indian foot, so you know you can rely on them! Channel your inner Carrie Bradshaw with this brand, making them quirky, jazzy, or as basic as you choose. There are several options available to fit your budget, with prices ranging from INR 1,500 for open flats to approximately INR 3,200 for footwear. They are cosy and slightly more self-assured due to their height. Pick from slip-on styles, wedges with cut-out designs, and even some amazing mules. You want luxury, huh? Try the loafers, slingbacks, strappy block heels, and stilettos. And some sultry pumps.


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