‘TAK­ING FASH­ION TOO SE­RI­OUSLY RU­INS IT FOR ME’

Ac­tor Adah Sharma swears by her per­sonal sense of style, which in­cludes be­ing ef­fort­less and open to ex­per­i­men­ta­tion

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - STYLE - Monika Rawal Kukreja monika.rawal@htlive.com

Ac­tor Adah Sharma is some­one who likes to skip the set norms when it comes to fash­ion, and prefers to go by what her gut says, some­thing that re­flects in her pub­lic ap­pear­ances. The head turner she is, Adah, in the past, has been seen car­ry­ing a golden sari with ele­phant prints as ef­fort­lessly as she does a west­ern style flo­ral day dress. Elab­o­rat­ing on her per­sonal style picks, the ac­tor quips, “My style is my Adah (laughs). It’s ca­sual, mis­matched, and bo­hemian. I like wear­ing jhumkas with a dress, or pair­ing [a] one-off thing with an out­fit and mak­ing it work.” While most ac­tors would con­fess to feel­ing the pres­sure of dress­ing well all the time, Adah thinks oth­er­wise. “I be­lieve fash­ion is all fun, but tak­ing it too se­ri­ously ru­ins the whole thing for me. It has to be en­joyed.” Elab­o­rat­ing on the role of ef­fort­less­ness in cul­ti­vat­ing a unique sense of style, she says, “My fans like me with­out makeup, the hair not done.. [Also] with In­sta­gram and other so­cial me­dia plat­forms, I make it a point to show peo­ple how I am in my real life. It’s a nice con­trast, then, to [my look at] a film or red car­pet event, where it is nice to be un­recog­nis­able. Even at press con­fer­ences, I don’t feel the pres­sure of be­ing watched.” The ac­tor signs off say­ing that she usu­ally errs on the ex­tra ca­sual side for real life, while for movie pro­mo­tions, she likes to try out dif­fer­ent things.

Ac­tor Adah Sharma says her style is ca­sual, mis­matched, and bo­hemian

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