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Priyanka Chopra wears Fendi outfit for magazine photoshoot

The actor has been busy making announcements and interacting with her fans during lockdown

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 9, 2020 6:23:03 pm
What do you think of her look? (Source: Stylebyami/Instagram | File Photo)

The lockdown may have restricted everyone to their homes, but that has hardly stopped work from being getting done. Magazine covers being shot from home has been a new practice adapted by many, and the latest to join is Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The actor, along with husband Nick Jonas, graced British Vogue and the actor was seen in a lovely outfit from Fendi, The full-sleeve dress was complemented with a light shade of lipstick and hair parted at the middle.

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During lockdown, the actor has been busy making announcements and interacting with fans. Her social media feed gives us a glimpse of the way she has been spending her days. In April, she was seen donning a sari because she felt like it. In the picture shared by The Sky is Pink actor, she was seen in a floral printed sari from KoAi. This was teamed with a contrasting blouse and the look was rounded out with silver bangles. “Felt like wearing a saree. So I did…At home. Miss everyone,” the Quantico actor had written sharing the photo.

Later, stylist Ami Patel too re-shared the photo expressing her joy on seeing the actor wearing the sari.“Hello Peeeceee @priyankachopra so good to see you in this sari,” she had written.

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