Dresses, leotards, sarees, salwar kameez, and jewelry are the five outfits that have made Priyanka Chopra the most famous icon of Indo-Western wear.
Outfits from Indian fashion designers adorned by the famous actress and her fashion line have been a global rage for women who want to make a bold statement in their everyday lives. Because of their popularity and recognition, these outfits have inspired an entire line of fashion wear.
Regardless of their global or national prominence, these outfits are a point of contention whenever she attends an event. Everyone is on the lookout for every possible style. When she arrived at a podium wearing a revealing V-neck top with a plunging neckline that revealed her belly button, it was the first time the issue was brought up in the media.
Priyanka Chopra arrived at the Marrakech International Awards ceremony wearing an off-shoulder shirt and a beige saree. The public reacted positively to Priyanka's braid, toe-heel stiletto, and necklace, which she wore conventionally.
Priyanka Chopra flaunted her traditional look for the Baywatch cameras when she visited India for Ganesh Chaturthi. She is effortless at styling looks for both western and eastern admirers. AM's Ankur and Priyanka Modi designed a princely blue Anarkali suit for her that was embellished with gold-embossed peacock motifs, which are both elegant and refined.
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