Women's Us 6.5 Pink And Orange Women Wedding Shoes, Leather Footwear, Khussa Juttis/ Ballet Shoes / Jooties With Embroidery, - On Sale

This piece of beauty is such a treat to eyes that you can't take your eyes off. THREAD TREAT is the result of perfection with the essence of perfect colors. Orange fabric embellished with mirror, beads and thread work in the front and on the back. Super classy and perfect for just any occasion and any outfit.SPECIFICATIONS:•Upper/Panna - Fabric base embellished with mirror, beads and thread work.•Back/Adda - Fabric base embellished with mirror, beads and thread work.•Lining - Leather•Padding - Double Cushioning for extra comfort•Sole/Talla - Vegetable tanned leather soleSOLE SIZE:•US 6.5--------Size 37---------23.5 cms•US 8------Size 39---------24.8 cmsNOTE: 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.

It’s one of the oldest shows in one of the Bay Area’s most charming historic districts. The Niles Antique Faire & Flea Market will return Aug. 27 for its 53rd year, and the event could draw as many as 30,000 visitors. More than 225 merchants will assemble on the streets of the Fremont district where silent movies featuring early stars Charlie Chaplin and Broncho Billy Anderson were once produced. You will find antiques, collectibles, jewelry, plants and garden items, crafts, toys and oodles more.

Lots of folks also head to the nearby neighborhoods to inspect women's us 6.5 pink and orange women wedding shoes, leather footwear, khussa juttis/ ballet shoes / jooties with embroidery, what’s being sold at the impromptu sales that mushroom all over, Last year, a pal snagged a set of dishes for an unbelievable $20, In addition, be sure you inspect the antique emporiums that make their permanent home downtown, Two on my list of those to drop in on are Iron Dog Antiques (37589 Niles Blvd.) plus My Friends and I (37521 Niles Blvd.), The show officially kicks off at 6 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m., but the famous pancake breakfast starts at 5 a.m, Admission is free, Details: 510-742-9868, or www.niles.org..

Want to make a day of it? Plan in advance to take a scenic ride on the Niles Canyon Railway. It lasts around 90 minutes. Tickets: $13 adults, seniors $10 and children $7 (ages 3-7). Details: 510-996-8420, or www.ncry.org. And film buffs may wish to visit the Essanay Silent Film Museum, 37417 Niles Blvd., for an astonishing journey back in time. Specifics: 510-494-1411. Worthy causes: The Campbell Museum Foundation and the Campbell Kiwanis will host two nights of murder, mystery and merriment Sept. 15-16. There is no need fretting, however, as would-be participants are “dying” to celebrate these worthy community causes.

The neat fundraisers boast a 1920s “whodunit” theme with guests exploring clues in the famed Ainsley House (a 1925 English Tudor Revival-style cottage),  interviewing suspects and noshing on a buffet dinner, Once the mystery is solved, you can dance away the rest of the night in the stunning garden and participate in a raffle (9/15), or bid in a silent auction (9/16), The Sept, 15 event benefits the Campbell Kiwanis’ 90th Anniversary, The bash Sept, 16 supports the Campbell women's us 6.5 pink and orange women wedding shoes, leather footwear, khussa juttis/ ballet shoes / jooties with embroidery, Museums, Tickets: $75 per person and limited to 100 guests, The excitement begins at 6 p.m, each night with cocktails in the Garden Speakeasy, Ainsley House, 300 Grant St, Campbell, Tickets: www.campbellmuseums.com, 408-866-2119..

Santa Clara sale: The Harris-Lass Museum will hold its annual Summer Yard Sale on Sept. 9. I know readers like this kind of sale because you never know what kinds of buys lurk at such dispersals. And if you are not familiar with the 1865 Italianate-style residence, it’s handsomely furnished, surrounded by outer buildings including a tank house, and staffed by eager volunteers who are passionate about preservation. In the perimeter of the pretty gardens, you’ll find antiques, collectibles, garden items, vintage hats, arts and crafts, plus other treasures in search of a new home. Watch for marked-down merchandise from the museum gift shop.

The Harris-Lass House is at 1889 Market St., Santa Clara. Docent-led tours are available. Sale hours: 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Details: 408-249-7905, Faithful readers: My deep thanks to the multitude of readers who women's us 6.5 pink and orange women wedding shoes, leather footwear, khussa juttis/ ballet shoes / jooties with embroidery, visited me in Benicia and San Juan Bautista during those shows Aug, 12-13, Some came to hobnob, but many brought family heirlooms or newfound riches for appraisal, One woman in Benicia had a run of Life magazines in pristine —  as in never-read — condition, The collection began with the premiere issue from Nov, 23, 1936, which illustrates Fort Peck Dam as photographed by Margaret Bourke-White, That single magazine can command as much as $600..

Didn’t get enough music at Outside Lands? Try Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Saturday. There will be noise. The good kind, thumping through your body like a new heartbeat and making your feet pound a beat. And you won’t be alone. The fifth-annual party in SF’s Mission district drew about 16,000 people last year. It’s a summer feast and dance party with three stages of indie bands and DJs, plus food and drink from the Mission’s top spots. Here’s what’s on tap this time around.

The music makers: Electropop women's us 6.5 pink and orange women wedding shoes, leather footwear, khussa juttis/ ballet shoes / jooties with embroidery, star Neon Indian, and Oakland dance-pop band the Tambo Rays are the headliners, Experimental electro artist Kilo Kish, along with Hoops, Sugar Candy Mountain and High Sunn and Big Thursday round out the lineup, Eats: The street party celebrates the diverse Mission neighborhood with foods like modern Thai cuisine from Farmhouse Kitchen, plus local favorites such as Alicia’s Tamales Los Mayas, Flour + Water and Seoul of Taipei, New this year are Little Star Pizza’s mobile pizza kitchen Rollin’ Deep, Media Noche, WesBurger N’ More, Humphry Slocombe and Bonito Poke..

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