Priyanka Chopra is one of those actresses who never fails in styling and dressing flawlessly on every occasion. Moreover, she has a perfect knowledge of what to wear on what occasion and what suits her best. This fashion sense is what makes her look perfect every time she steps out, be it on the red carpet or any other event.
Every one knows that she has become a global sensation and artist because of her sheer dedication and bang on performance on screen. And since today the actress celebrates her 36th birthday, here are some iconic ethnic wear she wore and made a buzz among the fashion police.
At a UNICEF event, PC was seen in a floral Anarkali set designed by Rahul Mishra. The pink floral dress made her look very elegant but stylish.
She opted for a golden banarasi saree with green blouse accessorising it with a Kundan necklace and gold bangles from Jaipur Gems in one of the event. Compiling the look with a green bindi, maroon lips and soft curls she looked amazing.
Our desi girl looked Effulgent in a beige net sari featuring floral silver work on it by one of the best designer Manish Malhotra. Also her soft curls, minimal make-up, and dark red lips complemented the global star’s look well.
On her pre-wedding haldi ceremony, she wore a bright multi-coloured Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosla lehenga. All the colours of the lehnga were going well with her skin colour and her makeup.
Another look of hers was from the royal collection of Tarun Tahiliani. A beautiful lilac georgette sari with intricate lacework and French knot appliqué border. She paired the sari with the matching deep-back blouse with embellished fringes on the sleeves, made her look like a royal queen.
On one of her reception, she picked Sabyasachi’s handwoven blue coloured lehenga. The rich blue coloured lehenga fitted well with the strapless choli. The look was enhanced by Ami Patel’s sheer dupatta and a lovely diamond neckpiece from the designer’s label. Her hair tied in a low bun with flower adornments, red lipstick and dark kohl eyes complimented the look.
And at last, how can we forget her wedding day look! A Sabyasachi’s tonal red lehenga that was hand-embroidered with sequins, hand made organza flowers, French knots and eye-catching Siam-red crystals. she paired the outfit with traditional gold jewellery – a matha patti, nath, and chura – and also an elaborate necklace by Chopard from their ‘Haute Joaillerie Collection’, featuring 184.50 carats of pear-shaped diamonds set in 18k ethical white gold.
For highlighting the look she wore pear-shaped diamond and a 16-carat oval-shaped diamond headpiece.