We can all agree that irrespective of our gender, we’re all united in our love for shoes! They say, “shoes maketh the man” but we know it’s applicable to all; so it’s more like, “shoes maketh the person” and we couldn’t agree more.

We’re those bunch who actually notice the footwear of a person before anything else and we’re always allured by how well the shoes compliment the attire. Footwear can either make or break your final look and we can never get enough of ‘em! We’re obsessed with shoes and in a mall, you’ll find us being pulled in by new stocks and stacks of these.

If you’ve been living in Delhi and have been certified as a shoeaholic by your friends and fam, here’s where you need to be this week!

Find Your Solemate!

India International Footwear Fair is hosting its 5th edition in Delhi at Pragati Maidan and this event will be on till the 29th of September, so you have enough time to stock up! Given that the festive season is en route, there’s no better place to be at.

This event actually ties trade professionals together, from all walks of life, on a single platform and this becomes an opportunity for them to showcase their products!

The Indian footwear sector has been a global contender when it comes to the curation and sale of footwear, so IIFF is an event which showcases the expertise of our industry like no other! The stalls here aren’t only limited to footwear- it goes beyond that. Anything and everything which you can relate to footwear will be here- accessories, fabrics, varieties of soles and so on!

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Given that we all love shoes, stocking up on ‘em isn’t a bad idea, especially with the festive season around the corner. So drop by and find your solemate because this is one of the biggest footwear fests India can boast of!

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