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Mochi Women Gold Ethnic Mojaris

Mojari - The Perfect Footwear for Festive Occasions in India

Mojari was traditionally made from pure hard leather to withstand the sands of Rajasthan. Once a sign of wealth and royalty, these must-have footwear are now worn during festivals and other cultural events. That said, the modern mojari features a curved and lifted toe, extremely comfortable soles and a sturdy build. Embroidered with metallic-finish threads, they looked like silver or gold shoes, even though they were made out of leather.

Materials such as cowrie shells, beads, and mirrors are used to embellish the traditional footwear. The modern variants feature a mix of both styles for best effect. And the best part is, you can shop them on Mochi Shoes.

History of Mojari Shoes

The famous mojari originates from the state of Rajasthan, India. Some say that mojari jutti was popularised by a Mughal Emperor called Saleem Shah. Therefore, mojaris are also known as saleem shahis. Khussa is another name for mojaris, which was more prominent in Pakistan.

A Guide to Styling Mojaris from Mochi Shoes

A traditional attire looks even more elegant with posh ethnic shoes. So, make sure you choose the perfect footwear to nail an ethnic look. Mojaris are one of the best wedding shoes for women and men.

First let us look at a few ways to style men’s mojaris.

  • Men can wear black mojari with dark coloured sherwani when attending a friend’s wedding. It will add elegance to your ethnic outfit and give you a royal look.
  • A jacket sherwani is in vogue these days. Men can team it with brown Rajasthani mojari and Patiala pants for a fashionable look.
  • You can also wear mojaris with a kurta and denim pants. It is a nice and simple blend of modern and traditional.
  • If you want to try a semi-formal look, wear beige coloured casual Rajputi mojari with a bright coloured kurta, salwar pants and a nehru jacket.

On the other hand, here are some styling tips for women’s mojaris: -

  • Women can rock mojaris with a salwar kameez. A Punjabi mojari coupled with a patiala suit creates a stylish and beautiful look.
  • Wearing them with traditional dresses such as kurtis and lehengas is ideal for special occasions.
  • You can opt for mojaris with silver embellishments. This makes it seem like you are wearing silver shoes.
  • You can also wear mojaris casually with a shirt or T-shirt paired with jeans or trousers.

Buy Amazing Mojari Online at Mochi

While wearing a traditional outfit, styling it with a pair of mojaris is ideal. Hence, you can choose the mojaris in your desired colour to rock an elegant cultural look. Browse through a diverse selection of branded mojari on Mochi and find the right type of mojari shoes for you. We have everything from men’s ethnic shoes to stylish women’s sandals in the large selection of Mochi’s premium products.

The irresistible pricing and secure online transactions make Mochi the go-to online shopping destination for Mojari, other footwear, and accessories. You can also opt for Mochi’s loyalty program for additional benefits. So, sign up now and explore the best mojari Mochi has to offer!

Mojaris - FAQs

How to take care of mojari?

Here are some tips that you could adopt to take the best care of your this ethnic footwear.

  • Store the shoes in a piece of muslin cloth as it will keep the material of the footwear breath for a long time. Wrapping it in muslin will ensure that the embellishment also remains intact.
  • Leather mojaris need extra care when compared to the normal ones. To stop leather shoes from wearing off, we recommend that you keep them under the sun or in the open air. This technique will help in keeping the mojari footwear dry and prevent them from getting moist.
  • Maintain the original colour of the footwear by cleaning it with a damp cloth after the use.

Which are the best colours and materials for Mojari?

Anti-gold, white, and black mojaris are the most preferred colours by men and women for different occasions. Be it a Rajhastani or a Jaipuri mojari; you can find the footwear made from fabric, leather, zari work, and synthetic materials. Also, the comfortable soles are made from sheet, leather, and thermoplastic rubber, as they ensure to keep your feet strain-free for a long time. Whatever your choice is, you can find your desired footwear online on Mochi.

What are the outfits on which mojari can be paired?

Men can consider pairing a stylish pair of this footwear with sherwanis or kurtas and pyjamas. For example, a pair of sherwani mojaris are suitable for weddings. Whereas, women can opt for anarkalis, lehenga cholis, salwar kameez and other outfits. For example, you can wear Kolhapuri mojaris with a nine-yard saree to a Maharashtrian wedding.

What are the types of mojari shoes?

Mojaris is a common Indian term used by people in the fashion circuit. But the ethnic shoes have different names in India, such as Saleem Shahi and Khussa. The design, materials, and embellishments vary depending upon which region the footwear is from.



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