Don’t slip or trip: Here’s your guide to the right Holi footwear
Today in New Delhi, India
Feb 20, 2019-Wednesday
-°C
New Delhi
  • Humidity
    -
  • Wind
    -

Don’t slip or trip: Here’s your guide to the right Holi footwear

Sturdy floaters, slip-ons, flip-flops and water-resistant clogs are a perfect choice when you have to face spills and water shots.

more lifestyle Updated: Mar 01, 2018 16:53 IST
Indo Asian News Service
Indo Asian News Service
Indo Asian News Service
Happy Holi 2018 Wishes,Happy Holi 2018,Happy Holi
It’s better to go for open footwear that lets your feet breathe.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Being stylish is good but wear something safe on your feet to avoid falling and slipping on Holi. Invest in a sturdy pair of flip-flops or water resistant clogs, suggest experts.

Here are some tips for a safe Holi:

*Opt for waterproof, non-leather footwear. Sturdy floaters, slip-ons, flip-flops and water-resistant clogs make for a perfect choice when you have to face spills and water shots. Also, it’s better to go for open footwear that lets your feet breathe.

* Do not compromise with quality and comfort for style as cheap stuff might break off the second you start dancing or playing Holi. Go for rubber flip-flops and totally avoid wearing shoes as they fill up with water and then become slippery and messy to walk in.

* Say no to any footwear with heels as you do not want to end up spraining your ankle and miss out on all the Holi fun.

* Coloured water seeping into shoes can lead to sodden sticky shoes, fungal infections and other diseases. Ensure you dry your feet completely after playing Holi. You can also also soak your feet in antibacterial liquid and slather anti-fungal powder to keep fungal infections at bay.

completely before keeping them back in the rack. (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

* Pair up your Holi outfit with bright-coloured shoes. Fun prints also look great in this festival of colours.

* Dry your shoes completely before keeping them back in the rack. You can air dry them, wipe with a soft cloth and then store them. You don’t want mould to live in your beloved shoes.

– Inputs from Rajeev Bhatia, assistant vice-president marketing, Relaxo Footwear, and Surabhi Agarwal, head of merchandising, Crocs India

Follow @htlifeandstyle for more

First Published: Mar 01, 2018 16:53 IST