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With the elegance of white and gold beads, this jutti is love at first site. Club this sophisticated PEARL PASSION with any outfit to get that perfect chic look. Navy blue fabric embellished with beads in the front and on the back. Perfect for any occasion and any outfit.*Ethnic Shoes/Women Flats/Handmade Indian Designer Women Shoes or Slippers/Royal shoes/traditional style WomenSPECIFICATIONS:•Upper/Panna -Fabric base embellished with white and gold beads and zari work.•Back/Adda - Fabric base embellished with white and gold beads and zari work.•Lining - Leather•Padding - Double Cushioning for extra comfort•Sole/Talla - Vegetable tanned leather soleSOLE SIZE: (Based on the feedback and marking for this particular product, list the updated sizes)•US 7--------Size 37---------23.3-23.8 cms (Foot Size)•US 8------Size 38---------23.8-24.3 cms (Foot Size)•US 8.5------Size 38.5--------24.3- 24.8 cms (Foot Size)•US 9 ------Size 39--------24.8-25.3 cms (Foot Size)•US 10--------Size 40---------25.7-26.2 cms (Foot Size)NOTE: 1. Please mention the size you would like to order as per the size chart when you checkout. (Buyer should measure the foot from toe to heel)2. . If you are in between sizes, for example a US 8 then please go for a US 8.5, because the Juttis are made a little snug so runs small. Please order one size up.3. The products shipped will be similar as shown in the picture. There might be a slight variation as all the products are handmade.ABOUT JUTTI:Jutti is another example of rich Indian culture, heritage and artisan ship. • Inherently, Jutti/mojari, was extremely popular amongst the kings and the queens who belonged to the richest era of Indian history. • A pair of Jutti is unidirectional i.e. they have no left and right distinction and over time take the shape of the foot. • A Jutti is inevitably flat-soled with a close upper sewn to it keeping it really light weight.• Unembellished /printed juttis are used for everyday use for both men and women while beaded/embellished/embroidered juttis are perfect for wedding, festivals, parties and special occasions.• The upper section of the jutti (known as Panna) is made of a single piece of leather/textile- plain/ embellished/embroidered. The bonding of the upper and back (known as Adda) to the sole (known as Talla) is done by cotton thread which is environment friendly. Vegetable tanned leather is used for jutti making.SHIPPING OPTIONS:1. Standard Shipping via DHL Ecomm- It takes approx 8-12 business days once the product is dispatched. 2. Expedited Shipping via DHL Express- It takes approx 3-5 business days once the product is dispatched.

Sausage and Suds Music Festival: Sunday, Oct. 1. OK, so it isn’t technically an Oktoberfest, but this annual San Leandro event features more than enough sausages and brews to count. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. along Parrott Avenue, which is five blocks from BART. Live bands, beer from Altamont Beer Works, Drake’s Brewing, 21st Amendment, Fieldwork, Cleophus Quealy, others. Free admission. Oktoberfest at the Mountain Winery: Sunday, Oct. 1. The Saratoga hilltop winery will host an event with specialty beers, games, music by the dance band Royal Jelly Jive. Food for purchase. Tickets, $25 advance or $30 at the door, include admission, one beer flight, games, entertainment, parking. Noon to 4 p.m.;

Walnut Creek Oktoberfest: Saturday, Oct, 14, Biergarten, gourmet food booths, harvest-themed arts and crafts, plus Kinder Platz with pumpkin patch, rides and activities for children. The Karl Lebherz Band will play, as will contemporary bands. 11 a.m, to 6 p.m, along Locust Street and Bonanza Street downtown, Free admission,, Peninsula Oktoberfest: Saturday, Oct, 14, Hiller Aviation Museum again hosts the Peninsula Oktoberfest, with nighttime hours this year, Live music (Bayern Maiden, Rockin’ Oktoberfest blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh Band, San Mateo Elks Oktoberfest Band), German beers plus local microbrews and German food to purchase, 5 to 10 p.m, outside the museum at 601 Skyway Road, San Carlos, Admission, $18 (glass, one beer); $16 (non-drinking adult); $11 (kids, seniors); kids 4 and under get in free,

Campbell Oktoberfest: Saturday, Oct. 21, and Sunday, Oct. 22. This two-day event combines the German food, beer and music of an Oktoberfest with the arts and crafts of a traditional street festival (more than 100 vendors), running for several blocks along Campbell Avenue downtown. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 15, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 16. Admission, parking free. OktoBRAfest: Sunday, Oct. 15. This fourth annual Oktoberfest-themed event benefits the Family Album Project and the Be A Dear and Donate a Brasserie group. Tickets, $25 advance or $30 at the door, include German buffet and one Gordon Biersch beer or cider (or wine). Live German music by the Twisted Pretzels band, contests (how many bras can you unhook?) and polka demo. Hosted by the San Jose Woman’s Club, 75 S. 11th St. Hours, 3 to 6 p.m. Tickets:

RESTAURANTS, Teske’s Germania: In San Jose, this historic restaurant-beer hall amps up its year-round German fare with Oktoberfest music from now through the end of October, The Internationals will play on several Friday nights blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh (Sept, 22, 29, and Oct, 6, 13, 20, 27) and Saturday nights (Oct, 7, 14, 21, 28), Seating is first come, first served, Doors open at 5 p.m.; entertainment starts at 6:30 at 255 N, First St., Speisekammer: On three upcoming Sundays (Sept, 24, Oct, 1 and 8) this traditional German restaurant in Alameda will host Oktoberfests with live music (in weekly order: Big Lou’s Polka Casserole, Gruber Family Band, Polkageist), grilled meats, dancing and bounce house, Noon to 6 p.m, at 2424 Lincoln Ave., Alameda, No reservations; arrive early to assure seating, Want to practice your German? Every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m, a German Stammrisch group get-together is held,

Social media reaction spread far and wide after two United States Navy corpsmen posted images mocking a newborn baby in Jacksonville, Florida. To their credit, the top administrator at the hospital where the corpsmen worked responded immediately. “We are aware of a video / photos posted online. It’s outrageous, unacceptable, incredibly unprofessional, and cannot be tolerated,” said a post attributed to the hospital’s commanding officer Monday evening on Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Facebook page.

“We have identified those involved — two junior enlisted corpsmen (not nurses), They have been removed from providing patient care and they will be handled by the legal system and military justice, We’ve notified the patient’s parents.”, According to Action News Jax reporter blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh Beth Rousseau, the corpsmen made posts to social media accounts that show one corpsman dangling the baby so that it appeared to be dancing, In another post, a corpsman made a single-handed gesture to the baby, saying “How I currently feel about these mini Satans.”..

Internationally acclaimed choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa looks to be on the cusp of becoming a Bay Area fixture. In March 2016, Lopez Ochoa’s “Prism” (2014), originally made for Washington Ballet, appeared on Silicon Valley Ballet’s home season after the company had toured it in Spain. Created to Keith Jarrett’s “Koln Concert,” the piece echoed the jazz music in movement and spirit and was a welcome introduction to her work. This past May, her evening-length piece of Southern decadence and steamy sex, “A Streetcar Named Desire” (2012) turned up in Berkeley danced by the Scottish Ballet under the auspices of Cal Performances.  It was made in collaboration with theater director Nancy Meckler for the Scottish company and expanded the play in many ingenious ways — in dance, one gesture can mean so much more than dialogue.

Now Lopez Ochoa, of Colombian-Belgian origin and based in Amsterdam, is in San Francisco to re-stage her ballet “Requiem blue bridal shoes, indian ethnic juttis, embellished wedding shoes, white beaded punjabi juttis, indian footwear, blue ballet sh for a Rose” (2009) for the Bay Area contemporary ballet company, Smuin, I watched her put the dancers through their paces during the record-breaking heat wave (enough to wilt any flowers!) and then sat down with her to talk, When I ask which company “Requiem for a Rose” was originally made for, Lopez Ochoa says that “the first classical ballet company in the United States that invited me was Pennsylvania Ballet.  Roy Kaiser (then artistic director) had seen my seven-minute duet ‘Before After’ and asked me to come make a work.”..

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