dance shoes for orthotics – Beautiful Off White wedding juttis with embroidery and sequin work. Club this jutti with your outfit to get the perfect look.Off White fabric embroidered and embellished with silver sequin in the front and back.*Ethnic Shoes/Women Flats/Handmade Indian Designer Women Shoes or Slippers/Royal shoes/traditional style WomenSPECIFICATIONS:•Upper/Panna -Fabric base embellished with sequence, thread work•Back/Adda – Fabric base embellished with sequence and thread work•Lining – Leather•Padding – Double Cushioning for extra comfort•Sole/Talla – Vegetable tanned leather soleSOLE SIZE: (For this shoe 38.5 size is 39)•US 6.5——–Size 36———23.3 cms (Foot Size)•US 7.5——Size 37———24.3 cms (Foot Size)•US 8——Size 38——–24.8 cms (Foot Size)•US 9 ——Size 39——–25.3 cms (Foot Size)•US 10——–Size 40———25.8.0 cms (Foot Size)•US 11——–Size 41———26.3 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.
7 Horszowski Trio: The New York outfit formed in 2011 is named for the legendary Polish pianist, composer and teacher Mieczyslaw Horszowski. Reportedly, Trio pianist Rieko Aizawa was the last musician Horszowski taught — when he was 100 years old dance shoes for orthotics. Something must have rubbed off, because Aizawa and Horszowski Trio have been winning rave reviews for years now. They come to San Jose’s Trianon Theatre with violist Masumi Per Rostad Sunday to perform works by Schumann and Faure as well as the world premiere of Andreia Pinto-Correia’s “The Night Migrations.”..
Details: Presented by San Jose Chamber Music Society; 7 p.m.; $34-$49; www.sjchambermusic.org dance shoes for orthotics. 8 Diablo Ballet: The holiday dance season will soon be upon us, in all its Nutcracker and Velveteen Rabbit glory. Actually, it’s here now, with Diablo Ballet’s annual “A Swingin’ Holiday and More” performance slated for this weekend. The program features the title work by famed Broadway choreographer Sean Kelly — with live accompaniment by the Diablo Ballet Swing Orchestra — as well as works by Balanchine and Robert Dekkers..
Details: 8 p.m. Friday, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m dance shoes for orthotics. Sunday; Del Valle Theatre, Walnut Creek; $49; 925-943-7469; diabloballet.org. 9 Manhattan Transfer: The vocal group known for its snazzy, inventive and addictive covers of jazz and pop standards, and such radio-friendly hits as “Boy from New York City,” is celebrating its 45th anniversary with a tour that drops in at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater on Saturday. Details: 8 p.m.; $50-$100; 925-373-6800, lvpac.org. 10 “Love Is a Dirty Word”: In this acclaimed 80-minute solo show, actor Giovanni Adams recounts a life in which the various elements — a religious household, a constantly shifting family structure, the realization that he is gay — often seemed at odds with each other. But his is a story of willful adaptation, not pity. Adams brings “Love” to San Francisco’s Z Space performance complex for a two-week run beginning Friday..
Bryant Street Gallery: Aicon Gallery returning to Palo Alto. Through Nov. 5. Reception 6-8 p.m. Nov. 3.Bryant Street Gallery, 532 Bryant St., Palo Alto. http://www.bryantstreet.com/. Caldwell Gallery: “Where Tradition Meets Innovation,” award-winning quilts from the Creative Home Arts Department at the San Mateo County Fair. Through Jan. 4. Caldwell Gallery, 400 County Center at the Hall of Justice, Redwood City. http://cmo.smcgov.org/arts-commission. Cantor Arts Center: “The Crown under the Hammer: Russia, Romanovs, Revolution,” through March 4 (also at Hoover Institution). “Rodin: The Shock of the Modern Body.” Open ended. Three galleries including nearly 100 Rodin sculptures; includes comparative works by his rivals, mentors, admirers and imitators. Cantor Arts Center, 328 Lomita Drive, Stanford dance shoes for orthotics. https://museum.stanford.edu/..
Cubberley Artist Studio Program: “Guided Colors,” K-8 exhibition. Dec. 10 through Dec. 15; reception 3-5:30 p.m. Dec. 10. ArtLab Gallery, Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/casp. Pace Gallery: Adam Pendleton, “Which We Can,” Nov. 17 through Dec. 22; opening reception 4-7 p.m dance shoes for orthotics. Nov. 16. Pace Gallery, 229 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto. http://www.pacegallery.com/. Rengstorff House: “The Art of Gratitude,” Community School of Music and Arts Art4Schools Student Art Show. Through Nov. 30. Rengstorff House, 3070 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View. http://www.arts4all.org or http://www.r-house.org..