13 Responses

  1. za at | | Reply

    Gorge. Somehow I feel like the bag is working. Although it could feel like the wrong choice, somehow I feel like it’s working with the vibe of the event and Konkona’s personality.

  2. Sara at | | Reply

    I always love her simplicity
    She looked lovely :)

  3. Aparna Patrao at | | Reply

    Disagree. The bag totally fits in. This is who she is. So much character. Also very 70s. Love it.

  4. DiptiN at | | Reply

    I like her and her sense of style. Beautiful makeup.

  5. jadine at | | Reply

    I like the look and the bag with it.

    PnP on this occasion I disagree with you, and feel that women should be allowed to carry any size bag they want…tiny clutch purses make women feel ornamental and helpless. Even phones barely fit in some. :(

    1. sup at | | Reply

      I know, right? No pockets on women’s clothing (not as common as on men’s anyway), and bag sizes commented upon. Not happening. +1000 on ornamental and helpless. <3 for your comment.

      1. jadine at | | Reply

        :)) I love HUGE bags, especially as a toddler’s mom.

  6. Senorita at | | Reply

    Love! She can never go wrong as long as she’s channeling the Kolkata aesthetic. It’s so who she is and she’s totally comfortable.

  7. Anoushka at | | Reply

    Love it. She’s making it work, bag and all.

  8. Ali at | | Reply

    Reminiscent of Tilottama’s look from a few posts back… village social worker.

  9. Sup at | | Reply

    I love the look. I find it hard to get on board with these high neck, longish sleeved blouses.
    I’ve always preferred saris with traditional blouses.
    But Konkona sells it to me like nobody’s business.

  10. Melange at | | Reply

    I guess she took the Jholawala style a little too literally!

  11. Chutney Chameli at | | Reply

    I love this 70s vibe. My mom and aunt dressed this way to work and everywhere. So wearable and real.
    On a broader note, I find that fashion and utility are often seen as mutually exclusive. Maybe she has stuff to carry in her bag and its utility makes it beautiful.

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