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KABHI KABHI GALAT TRAIN
BHI SHI JAGAH POHOCHA DETI HAI
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On a more practical note, taking the wrong train might get a bit stressful. But what’s important is taking the train. Getting out of your city, with your monotonous lifestyle is significant. Waking up in a new city for a few days is influential. Plan a trip and travel to the city that has been on your bucket list for a long time. It's time to pack your bags!

You wouldn't wear a sundress in LADAKH or a heavy embellished Anarkali Kurta in GOA. Because dressing up according to the aesthetic and climate of the city is crucial. Here is a list of a few cities in India that you can visit this season, to satisfy your wandering soul.


DELHI 

The capital of the country has so much to offer. The list starts with street food. People who claim that Mumbai street food is better than Delhi food must have never tasted it. From Parathe Wali Gali in Old Delhi to Cafes in Majnu Ka Tila, you are served plates of different flavors all around the city. Along with good food, you can visit places like Purana Qila, Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, and more to see the roots of the city. For a night out, step out on the streets of Champa Gali or Hauz Khas Village. 

If you are a Delhite and want to step out in style in summer, pair the short Kurti with light-washed ripped jeans. Complete this look with tan Kolhapur flats along with silver junk jewelry. This look is an homage to Deepika Padukone's look in the movie “Love Aaj Kal”. 

Are you in love with Deepika Padukone’s look? Checkout the ethnic top from Varanga

short Kurti

 

SURAT, GUJARAT 

A city in the dry state, Gujarat, is perfect to travel to during the months of October to March. . You can plan a fun day in Surat, by adding Dumas Beach, Surat Science center, Ambika Niketan Temple, and Sardar Patel museum to the itinerary. This city is known as the silk weaving city of India and is known for its zari work. 

To embrace the art, wear a zari work kurta set. A pastel-colored or neutral-colored kurta set would go well for this look. Pair it with heels and stud earrings. Tie your hair in a sleek bun, you can also add a flower garland to your hair as an accessory. 

 

KUTCH, GUJARAT 

This city became a tourist favourite because of a fest, Rann Utsav. A festival was organized to showcase the music, dance, and culture of Gujarat. Plan a trip to Kutch, during the winter seasons to witness this delicacy. Apart from Rann Utsav, you can also visit Sanctuaries and Museums in Kutch.

Kutch is known for mirror work. Wear a mirror work tunic on your trip to Kutch. Give the look a Bohemian touch, by ditching the trousers and wearing distressed denim pants. Complete the look by tying your hair in a messy ponytail along with a pair of flats. 

kurta sets for women

 

PUNJAB                                   

From Nagada from Jab We Met to Butterfly from Jab Harry Met Sejal, Punjab remained the same. Good food and good music are the souls of the city. A city that resonates with a lot of history. A city where living a fun and happy life is a lifestyle. A city where Patiala lassi is as important as Patiala peg. Kesar Da Dhaba’s chole from the streets of Amritsar is as loved as the Phulkari dupatta of Punjab.

 One more thing that came from Punjab is PATIALA SUIT. The bottoms of this suit have a draped look which provides comfort. Paired with a straight kurta, preferably on a shorter length. The fabric generally consists of cotton, which adds to the comfort. This Kurti set can be paired with juttis and colorful earrings. To channel traditional attire, make braids on your hair. 

PATIALA SUIT

Plan your next travel OOTDs with Varanga. With a wide range of ethnic wear for Women, we have everything from everyday looks to festive looks. 

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