We hereby declare that Priyanka Chopra is our perennial girl crush! Right from her affable demeanor, shenanigans and a high-end fashion game to boot, there is rarely a dull moment in her glorious life. There is something about our Desi Girl that never ceases to intrigue us. If hobnobbing with the crème la crème at some of the most prestigious red carpets and dazzling with her wit and charm isn't enough, then PeeCee goes on to make those poignant points at varied forums in her capacity as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. The week saw her stun in pink at the Golden Glove Awards 2020 with Nick Jonas in tow. Out and about in NYC, Priyanka Chopra did what she does the most fabulously – ring in a style game that’s always a class apart. Styled by Mimi Cuttrell, Priyanka Chopra had us hooked to her luxe fashion moments with a Chanel jacket to brave the cold and a pretty chain printed Versace dress. Contrasting styles as they may seem, they are nothing less than chic!
Flipping styles and making them work to the T is a forte that Priyanka has mastered with time. Her fashion arsenal can be best described as
quirky yet sophisticated, chic, relevant and relatable- all at once. A style cynosure, her appearances are largely lapped up by the fashion police and lovers alike. Here is a closer look at how she flipped the high luxe styles with easy signature charm.
Priyanka Chopra - LUXURY in every detail
Priyanka's all-black look of top and denim was broken perfectly with an ivory-toned logo embossed jacket from Chanel. A Hermes tote bag, sunnies, top bun, and mauve tinted lips and boots rounded out the fuss-free style.
A Jersey dress from Versace with signature Greek-inspired print was teamed with black pumps, black blazer, bold red lips, wavy hair and earrings.
Priyanka Chopra - Style Cheat Sheet
Keeping it simple and significant, Priyanka's sleek high luxe styles are indeed a lesson on how to ace investment pieces in your wardrobe.
On the professional front, Priyanka Chopra was last seen in The Sky Is Pink with Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf. She will be seen in two films for Netflix: an adaptation of Aravind Adiga's satirical novel The White Tiger and Robert Rodriguez's superhero film We Can Be Heroes.