A new type of women-only footwear is set to hit the market.
The brand Crevo Shoes, which has a retail chain in India and abroad, is set up by a group of women who are in their 50s.
They have a strong connection with the country’s rural women.
The brand is not known for its low prices, but for its affordability.
The group’s founder, Shreya Kulkarni, says that the women in her group are used to being a bit over budget.
“They are used and they have been in the business for a long time.
They know that the market is very competitive.
They also know that it is very expensive, so they are willing to pay a lot,” she said.
For the women, there are many ways to buy the shoes.
Some are able to get them through online or in local stores, but other women who cannot afford them will go for the online version.
Kulkarnis mother, who is also a part of the women-run group, said that she has seen the women of her village in the remote areas of the state of Kerala and her friends and family in the capital, Delhi, also use the Crevo online store to buy shoes.
She added that her family has already bought a pair and is planning to buy another one for their daughter.
“The only thing I can say is that we are very happy.
We are trying to create a movement for the women,” she added.