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Priyanka Chopra and her forever wrong sartorial choices!

We've been of this opinion for so long; Priyanka Chopra Jonas needs to reconsider her stylist

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We’ve been of this opinion for quite some time now. Former Ms. World, a Bollywood sensation and wife to Nick Jonas, needs to reconsider her stylist seriously now. We say this because, it has been evident for quite a few times that Priyanka’s sartorial choices are becoming increasingly weird, not to say her look for the Grammy’s this year was absolutely outrageous.

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This year Priyanka opted for an ivory, bell-sleeved Ralph & Russo gown, complete with a navel-grazing neckline, and to be honest, she made heads turn, but for all the wrong reasons. With so many tassels and ill-fitting silhouettes, Priyanka’s outfit simply did not do the trick.

And this isn’t the first time. Over time, Priyanka’s stylist has really dolled her up in a number of weird choices. Some of which we’ve listed below.

That one time when Chopra wore a silver-colored high neck for promotions of her film The Sky is Pink

Again when Chopra opted to be seen promoting NBA India in her oversized, neon orange power suit

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Vogue Japan’s 20th anniversary had the Aitraaz star stepping out in a shimmery pantsuit with pinkish silver stripes and a bold red lip!

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What do you have to say about this pink stoned two-piece swimsuit and of course the gloves!

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And this piece of all!

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Priyanka Chopra and her weird sartorial choices have now become a regular sight, specially at global events. The lady, whom we’ve known to have an extraordinary fashion sense, and who has rocked red carpets one after another globally, really needs to find a new stylist. At least, that’s what we think!

the authorLaiba Sabeen

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