The Shoe Garage has a decent collection of shoes stored within a small space. Ranging from flats and chappals to heels and boots. the collection changes every season. So in summer you will find sandals, flats, flip-flops and bellies (a comfortable slip-on plimsoll for women). The ‘belly’ is peculiar to India, especially North India, and it is suspected the term is derived from the Bally Shoe Company – a case of brand extending to the generic product; (some say it is a corrupt form of ballet shoes that Indian cobblers made for the Britishers).
In winter, you can find boots, closed toe flats, and thick woollen and leather-top collections. Colourful and attractive, at a price level of Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 9,000 per pair – the higher-end comprising shoes made of superior material. There is quite a selection for office wear in colours like beige, brown and black. Youngsters will love the pink and yellow shades of the sandals and flats at The Shoe Garage.