A Simple Yellow T-Shirt and Blue Jeans, That’s All It Takes for Priyanka Chopra to Look Ravishing

Chandni Shah
Priyanka Chopra's recent #OOTD is simple yet utterly chic.

Priyanka Chopra sure believes in giving us some travel goals. Well, not literally but the way she juggles between India and US and makes it look as easy as one, two, three. The actress who was currently shooting for the Sky is Pink in India is now in the US, to meet her beau Nick Jonas and for her other Hollywood commitments. The actress likes to make some fashion statements, one outing at a time. From her appearance at the Tiffany & Co. gala party to the time she stepped out in a red shirt with matching leather skirt, PeeCee likes to woo her fans with her phenomenal outings and we have no qualms about it. Priyanka Chopra, Sonali Bendre and Sophie Turner's Latest Pic Together Proves That Happy Girls Are The Prettiest.

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Recently the actress was clicked enjoying a casual stroll in the city in a yellow t-shirt, blue jeans and yellow slip-on. And that's when we realised, all it takes is a pair of most basic outfit for her to look so alluring. She can rule your hearts with her red carpet outings and she can look equally fabulous in the most casual attire. That's the persona she carries. She can manage to nail anything and everything with her signature enviable aplomb. Priyanka Chopra or Meghan Markle – Who Do You Think Nailed This Outfit Better?

Priyanka is making the most of her US trip. From meeting Rishi Kapoor to chilling with Sonali Bendre and Sophie Turner, Priyanka likes to have a social life that's completely different than her professional one. She likes her people and respects them to the core. It won't be wrong to call her people's person. We hope she continues to slay in future in such basic attires that are possible to replicate and follow for all the girls-next-door.

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