Birthday Special: 5 Irresistible Looks Of Konkona Sen Sharma, Straight From Her Bohemian Wardrobe

While Konkana is busy planning her 37th birthday party; we, on the other hand, are busy listing Konkana's best looks over the years.

To those who are not familiar with the name Konkona Sen Sharma - which we find hard to believe, but anyhow- here's the intro: Konkona Sen Sharma is an Indian actress, predominantly known for her work in Parallel Cinema. She acquired wider recognition with her roles in popular Bollywood movies Wake Up Sid, Life In A...Metro, and Omkara. She has even received a national award for her role in Mr. And Mrs Iyer.

On the fashion front, Konkona's wardrobe is highly influenced by cotton. Konkana's prominent Bengali features make it easier for her to sync in with ethnic ensembles. She has a remarkable collection of cotton sarees and outfits. While many prefer to westernise their wardrobe, Konkona, au contraire, Indianise it. And it doesn't hurt to say, she nails it.

We have seen her mixing brown leather sling bag with a saree - redefining the Indian bohemian class. Well, to be fair, in some or the other way, she does appear to be an Indian bohemian. Her experiments with saree draping and mix-and-match of unique bags with ethnic outfits are excellent.

Konkona might not be Sonam Kapoor of fashion, but she sure is something when it comes to ethnic ensembles. And we surely can learn a lot from this Bong girl; least we could get to know is how to bohemian-ise the Indian cotton saree. So here goes...5 Best Bohemian Looks Of Konkona Sen Sharma:

Purple Cotton Saree + Tan Sling Bag

Have you ever seen someone going boho with a modest saree? Well, see it now. Konkona has showed us how we can redefine the draping of our traditional sarees. 

The Turquoise Cotton Dress

Here she teaches us that cotton is not just bordered around sarees, it can be used in dresses, too. Her cotton handbag is quite agreeable. 

White Kurta And Palazzo

We love eccentric choices and here's the one. A neat white kurta paired with a palazzo, accentuated with a red tote bag.

The Maize Cotton Saree

I know what you are thinking -- What a drape! 

Black And White

We love the crewneck white blouse with a chic black cotton saree. The crewneck is quite a fad these days. 

To end with, we would only like to say, thanks for teaching us the bohemian ways to style a cotton saree. And also, a very Happy 37th Birthday to you Konkona.

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