If traveling is something that you adore then this post is certainly going to reduce your travel tension. Being a girl what takes away most of our attention is the size of our luggage. We all want to travel light at the same time look fashionable. If you too want to get a lot of compliments on your travel pictures, a capsule wardrobe is your solution.
While traveling to North India it is important to feel comfortable and makes other comfortable too. For some of the regions, you need to be aware of and respect the local customs. Cheap cost of travel is the reason that attracts most of the travelers along with the variety of options available there.
>Always pack light so you can fit it all on your back, keeping yourself mobile enough all the time.
If this is going to be your first-time trip to North India, have a look to the women around the cities itself or check online. North India is one of the most popular destinations for backpackers, adventure seekers and people seeking spiritual enlightenment. Select from the large number of options available which includes states like Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal and jammu& Kashmir.
Since India is a tropical country hence harem pants are ideal while traveling locally. You’ll always be able to find a pair in a color or pattern you like. When it’s summer avoid dark heat absorbing colors. Trousers and harem pants are amazingly comfortable and really fun to wear. Take two harem pant one in print and other in solid color.
Buy here – Harem
Perfect for dressing up since it takes away the tension of deciding the top and bottom wear. Just add a belt or scarf. Take at least one jumpsuit and to be on the safe side go for knee length.
>Shorts and jeggings
If you have plans to do some adventure sports take two jeggings or one short depending on the situation. Jegginga are modest enough to cover your knees and keep you cooler than jeans.
Buy here- Jeggings
One shoe with a strong grip will allow moving freely and to a large distance. But alongside take one nice flip flops which should be both comfortable and fashionable. The idea is to make sure to have at least one sturdy pair of closed-toe shoes for journeys on public transportation, walking, and hiking.
Buy here – Sneakers
Buy long two easy breezy shirts that can be worn over shorts and jeggings or as a layering over pants. To complement the loose pants go for fitting t-shirts. Loose over loose will make you look baggy. Take 3 fitting t-shirts and keep mixing and matching with the bottom wear.
Just 2 pieces and you will be good to go. Ideal to beat the heat and give you a cool traveler look. It shouldn’t be showing much skin, one with full sleeves and one in half will do wonders for your look.
Buy here- Kurta
3 bras is mandatory because it might get overly sweaty and needs to gets washed. Go for soft airy fabric with minimum lace work to avoid skin irritation.
5-7 pairs of underwear so that you will always stay comfortable. Choose the fabric wisely we would recommend cotton or any other fabric that will be easy to air dry.
1 large and 1 small scarf so that the large one will cover your head well in case of need. This is a necessity if you plan to visit temples. It also helps protect your head from the heat.
Buy here – Stole
2-in-1 Shampoo/Conditioner of small size maybe under 3.4 ounces (or 100ml) if it goes into your carry on.
Shower gel in place of soap bar because it will reduce the burden of carrying plastic container and you dont have to worry about the liquid mess.
Toothbrush and it’s cover along with small size toothpaste.
Take an emergency stash of things to treat stomach ache, diarrhea, constipation, colds, and headaches. Take sleeping or motion sickiness pills if you’re the kind of person that needs them on bumpy bus rides. Buying things from the chemist shops is often a guessing game you don’t want to play.
Pack a small bottle of sunscreen to protect your skin from the harmfull UV rays and keep washing your face with wet wipes.
Protect your eyes from the harsh sun rays and give some chill to your eyes by wearing sunnies when it will be hot outside.
Don’t worry much because those places have an endless amount of markets where you can buy clothes more fitting to their weather and climate.
Enjoy your North India to it’s fullest and don’t forget to share your experience with us.