Priyank Chopra sartorial choices and style quotient has always won fashion police and her follower’s hearts. The Quantico star always maintained her fashion statement correct. The actress, close friend of Meghan Markle attended the royal wedding at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Dress in lilac Vivienne Westwood dress suit and fascinator she looked elegant. Her sartorial was the talk of the town with many pouring in accolades for her choice.
Priyanka Chopra At Royal wedding
However, PeeCee dress came under radar to former Samata Party president and textile revivalist Jaya Jaitly. She was disappointed that Priyank chose to “dress like a British aristocrat at Ascot rather than represent a free and independent India in a beautiful Sari”. BUt least she expected that her advice to the Quantico star didn;lt go down well with Twitterati, who questioned her.
Check out the tweets…
How sad an Indian actor attending the royal wedding in UK should dress like a British aristocrat at Ascot rather than represent a free and independent India in a beautiful Sari. pic.twitter.com/zXF9zpCbMq
— Jaya Jaitly (@Jayajaitly) May 20, 2018
Firstly, there is a dress code and secondly she doesn't have to represent India wherever she goes https://t.co/Cyf5Kgle7X
— Vks (@VikHasya) May 20, 2018
she is not there to represent, she's attending her friend's wedding. make your daughter wear saari. actually don't. let her wear whatever she wants
— ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (@Sense8Lady) May 20, 2018
@Jayajaitly What a shame that most of our male politicians wear a suit on all foreign travels where they represent our country. They should wear hand woven dhoti kurta or an angvastram instead. A shawl on top to ward off the cold would be perfect
— Kanishka Chaudhry (@kchaudhry2010) May 22, 2018
How does wearing saree make you more of an Indian? What a wasteful argument.. Women like you makes it difficult for other women to flourish because the only weapon weapon is saree & sanskaar…
intellect, independent, empowered is the new attire, not saree!!!
— Poonam Dhiman (@StarryBytes) May 20, 2018