Your 101 to stealing the Quantico star’s style.
She flew in to attend the US$1 million Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize this week—and Priyanka Chopra looked like a million bucks while doing so.
The Bollywood icon and former Miss World has spent the last few days in Dubai attending the Global Education and Skills Forum, and just gave us a breakdown of her wardrobe choices for her short stay.
For a panel discussion alongside former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard, the Baywatch star sported a deep purple midi and loose waves, for a relaxed yet event-appropriate finish.
The dress is by French fashion house Nina Ricci, while those contrasting orange pumps came courtesy of Aquazzura.
Who knew violet and tangerine went together so well? That a pro tip we’re definitely going to steal.
Chopra embraced another zesty hue later in the week, donning a bright yellow blouse and pencil skirt by French label Rochas, teamed with strappy Stuart Weitzman sandals.
The deep split is the perfect foil to those voluminous sleeves and tied neckline, and we’re frantically Googling those tiny round sunnies to see if they ship to the UAE.
(They’re by Roberi & Fraud, FYI, and cost US$195 (Dhs716) and have also been worn by Bella Hadid).
Chopra also embraced slouchy suiting during her trip, pulling on this neutral-hued two-piece by New York label Theory.
Styled with Fendi heels and a white boat-neck top, the resulting ensemble is clean, crisp and contemporary.
Chopra went sleek for the Global Teacher Prize gala, donning a silky midi from iconic British designer Vivienne Westwood.
Those Stuart Weitzman booties make the whole thing after-dark-ready, but still cutting-edge.
The actress, who is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, took part in several panels during her stay in Dubai, opening up about her views on access to education.
“The ability to take your future in your own hands is a basic human right that cannot be denied to any child around the world,” the actress said, according to the Khaleej Times.
Chopra, who visited Syrian refugees living in Jordan last year with UNICEF, revealed her anguish that there “is a whole generation of kids who we might lose if we don’t give them access to education”.
“These are children that can immediately feel that the world has forgotten about them. Every child that I spoke to in that camp wanted to return back to Syria and rebuild it and education is what gives them the power,” she added.
Eloquent, informed and elegant? Chopra’s ticking all the boxes.
Images: Priyanka Chopra/Instagram