Priyanka Chopra who is back in country and recently spotted in and around the city has shot for the cover of the US Fashion magazine, Instyle. Unexpectedly, PeeCee is seen in a gorgeous golden embellished sheer saree by Tarun Tahiliani. Yes, international magazine features Priyanka in saree.
In an interview given to the magazine, the actress opened up on many topics such as her love life, her fashion sense, and her career. Dil Dhadakne Do actress revealed about her love for sarees, "Sarees are my favorite."
She further said that, "My problem is when it comes to Indian fashion, there are always these shiny, sequined, over-the-top Christmas-tree outfits. Those are not the sarees I wear. I grew up with my mother wearing sarees to the hospital, as a doctor. She'd wear these beautiful ones made of French chiffon, with a bindi over here."
The actress added, "And the nape of her neck would smell like Dior's Poison. That, to me, was a modern woman. And that's what I want to show the world. Indian designers make such incredible clothes that are inspired by beautiful embroidery and patterns."
Apart from Tarun Tahiliani's saree, Mrs. Jonas also wore a beautiful Sabyasachi green saree paired with bra and a patter Sabyasachi belt. For other picture of shoot, she wore an Oscar de la Renta jacket and B Sides jeans.
The actress also shared the pic with caption: Thank you sabyasachiofficial for flying this saree around the world for this shoot! I love it! And a big thank you to stylebyami for helping with the curation!
In the interview to magazine, she also had said, "As human beings we evolve. My sense of fashion has changed every couple of years the more I learn about what I like. I think the one thing that has changed since I came to the US is that I’m a little bit more adventurous when it comes to mixing and matching my eastern and my western."
She added, "I’m confident in being able to wear both. Whereas, before I came to the US, I wasn’t that comfortable with how I sort, you know, styled myself whether it was in Indian or in Western."