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Kolhapuris - A Fantastic Style of Ethnic Footwear in India

Having a sturdy and simple design, they are one of the most comfortable ethnic footwear across India.

They look like slippers, but have just one strap in the middle instead of two.

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Women Beige Ethnic Kolhapuris

Rs. 845.00 Rs. 1,690.00
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Women Brown Ethnic Kolhapuris

Rs. 929.00 Rs. 1,690.00
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Kolhapuris, as the name suggests, were first crafted by local artisans in the city of Kolhapur, which is located in Maharashtra.Kolhapuris also feature traditional embroidery on them, which makes them look ethnic and beautiful.

The original kolhapuri chappal was made out of buffalo-hide and thread. Also, the weight of these chappals was around 2 kilograms! Since then, they have gone through a lot of changes. The kolhapuris available on Mochi Shoes have beautiful colour combinations, stylish embellishments and comfortable soles.

What Kind of Variety Would One Find in a Kolhapuri Chappal?

The kolhapuris displayed on Mochi Shoes are premium quality, hard leather footwear that can withstand rough use in most situations. It is said that if the kolhapuris are well-maintained and taken care of, they can last several years.

Mochi Shoes has different types of kolhapuri chappals for you to choose from. Here are some interesting options: -

  • Kolhapuri Sandals

These sandals are a prominent choice among women. They have the usual strap in the middle across the foot and another one connecting the toe ring. They may also feature wedges or heels, a great representation of Maharashtrian culture in a modern fashion. Some of these kolhapuri chappals have a beautiful embellishment on the strap which looks very fashionable.

  • Kolhapuri Slippers

The build of these slippers varies across the two genders. They are probably the most comfortable kolhapuris available. Also, they are the most traditional style of kolhapuri chappal for men and women, as this style was the first among many. Modern kolhapuri chappals come with wonderful embellishments.

  • Kolhapuri Shoes

These ones are built like a regular shoe or mojari, usually, in a braided style. They are a quite compact and comfortable pair of shoes. This amazing shoe is also known as a kolhapuri juti and can be worn on numerous traditional occasions. They are one of the most traditional yet fashionable ethnic shoes for women and men. Explore an extensive range of premium kolhapuri shoes online at Mochi Shoes, where you'll find the perfect blend of style and quality for your footwear needs.

How to Style Kolhapuris with Any Outfit?

Kolhapuris are versatile and can be worn with most outfits, but it can be confusing how to style them. Do not worry, the following style tips will give you a better idea: -

  • Ethnic Look

For women, a saree or salwar kameez with kolhapuri chappals having wedges or heels is a great option. Choose a kolhapuri with a metallic colour and a delightful ethnic embellishment. For men, donning kolhapuris with a kurta and waistcoat, or a sherwani would be ideal. Opt for a royal kolhapuri sandal that comes with a posh embellishment.

  • Western Look

A flat unisex kolhapuri works perfectly with a pair of jeans and a T-shirt for both men and women. Also, men can wear these casually with linen pants or even shorts. Women can sport kolhapuris with a short dress and a skirt to rock a bohemian style.

  • Semi-Formal Look

While Kolhapuri chappals are mostly seen in casual wear, you can twist your formal wear with this Indian addition. Men can wear these with semi-formal jackets and chinos, while women can opt for a rich pair with embroidery for an Indo-western tunic.

Buy Kolhapuri Chappals from Mochi Shoes

From a range of pastel and warm colours along with metallic additions, you will find the ideal kolhapuri chappal for women on Mochi Shoes. As for men, we have a variety of colours such as tan, brown, black, beige, etc. So, sign up now and get your favourite pair of kolhapuris from Mochi Shoes!

Kolhapuri Chappal - FAQ

Which is better, Kolhapuri Chappal and Mojari?

While Kolhapuri chappals can be described as a T-shaped sandal with its root in Maharashtra, a mojari can be defined as a type of handcrafted footwear traditionally made by artisans using tanned leather. Both of these shoes are wonderful alternatives to regular footwear since they offer the final touches to an outfit. With that said, when it comes to choosing between the two, it all boils down to personal choice, the occasion and the outfit.

Where can I find the best Kolhapuri Chappal Online?

Mochi Shoes is your one-stop destination to shop for the best selection of Kolhapuri chappals online. Our wide assortment of the best Kolhapuri chappal brands, coupled with the seamless user interface, easy shipping and returns policy, makes your shopping experience a smooth one.Our website's collection of men's mojaris, moccasins and more are also a delight to shop from.

What are the things you should keep in mind while buying kolhapuri chappal?

Here are some tips you should keep in mind while buying Kolhapuri chappals:

  • Ensure to measure your foot before making a purchase
  • Choose the appropriate material
  • Be mindful of the occasion and choose a suitable style
Are Kolhapuri Chappal still in trend?

Thanks to their evergreen traditional design, Kolhapuri chappals are one of the few footwear that will always be in style. Moreover, they are now available in a plethora of materials and colours, meaning there is a perfect one for every occasion.

How to style black kolhapuri chappal with Indo western outfits?

Here are some outfit ideas to help you nail the perfect Indo-Western look:

  • Heading out for a night out with friends, team a black Kolhapuri short kurta with white pyjamas and black chappals.
  • For an office Diwali party, you can team up a beige kurta with white dhoti pants and black Kolhapuri chappals.

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