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Priyanka Chopra brought florals to fall.
The “We Can Be Heroes” actress went out to eat with her family in New York City yesterday and decided to do so in a colorful style. Chopra wore a pink Giuseppe Di Morabito fitted midi dress with an orange rose pattern all over the dress.
She paired the vibrant look with an orange leather Parisa Wang crossbody handbag that featured a gold-linked chain. Chopra added a silver-toned wrap-around watch bracelet and sparkling rings to complete the outfit.
For her footwear, the singer slipped into a pair of bright orange Paris Texas embellished suede mules. These $645 heels are covered in Swarovski crystals. The pointed-toe mules featured a 4-inch stiletto heel.
Mules are shoes featuring an open back without any type of strap or constraint on the heel. The shoe variety recently saw a bump in popularity in the 2010s in all types of fashion. The style can feature a variety of heel heights, with closed-toe mules often featuring flat soles while open-toe varieties often feature high heels.
Chopra was styled by Maeve Reilly who also works with Megan Fox, La La Anthony, and Winnie Harlow.
The actress kept her dark brown hair in a soft wave style with her glowing makeup featuring winged eyeliner and a glossy pink lip.
Chopra’s classical style is filled with chic pieces like flowy dresses and blazer suits. She does love a cozy sweater or dress from time to time. Chopra likes to keep herself updated in the fashion realm. She has been seen sitting front row at fashion week events for designer labels like Ralph Lauren, Oscar de la Renta, and Kate Spade. The “Baywatch” actress has also been the face of many campaigns for Victoria’s Secret and Bvlgari. For footwear, Chopra usually goes for square-toe sandals or sparkling 6-inch heels in the summer and leather pointed-toe boots for the colder months.
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