Bareskin, India’s online destination pioneer in rendering more than 130 styles in slip-ons introduces an exciting range of leather footwear for the ultra-fashionable men. To give a fresh spin to your wardrobe, the brand has come up with the latest collection in slip-ons, ‘Festive Milange’ designed in vivacious shades with cool and quirky sewing on it like crown, lion; yes and no.

Tabby Bhatia, Founder of Bareskin says, “The festive collection in casual yet stylish look is designed in very comfortable fitting. It has double cushion padding inside to enjoy the festival for hours and is the best to go along with outfit.”

Manufactured in high-quality fabric with an interesting blend of humour and style, these slip-ons offers various reasons to flaunt your choice in style with your loved ones. Available in rich and sophisticated tones of grey, green, cobalt blue, black, golden and cherry red; these pairs can complement all your indo-western or typical Indian kurtas. Crafted with an extra soft cushioning insole, this eccentric offering by the brand breathes new life into the classic deck of footwear. These quirky slip-ons render an uber cool style statement and are an ideal rendition by the brand to give an extra edge to your Indian outfit this festive season.

Founded in 2013, the brand has been overpowering the online market in leather jackets and introduced its footwear line in the year 2015. The brand offers a massive variety of slip-ons crafted in velvet and suede leather. The brand offers the most trending styles in line with fashion in jackets and bags also, which are crafted in 100% genuine leather. Bareskin is one of the most appealing online fashion destinations for those who urge for a casual style statement.

The brand also prides in having customized shoes for renowned cricketers like MS Dhoni to Rohit Sharma. Apart from this, almost 100 Bollywood celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan to Ranveer Singh have been spotted donning shoes and jackets from the brand.

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