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Priyanka Chopra Jonas Is A Pro At Thigh-High Slits And This Risqué New Look Is Proof Of Just That!

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There is one thing that sets fashion girls apart from the rest; they all have their own signature look. Whether it’s international celebrities like Bella Hadid in her many bandeau tops or desi fave Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s androgynous silhouettes… they all swear by their own distinct sartorial style. For one of our top fashion girls Priyanka Chopra Jonas, the key style element seems to be a rather risqué one. PeeCee has been styling quite a lot of thigh-high slits recently and this new one is all kinds of extreme, but so, so chic!

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Priyanka accompanied her husband Nick Jonas to the premiere of The Jonas Brother Documentary Chasing Happiness in a chainmail detailed high-slit gown from Galia Lahav.

The insane amount of ease and the calm vibe displayed by Priyanka in this risqué number is commendable. It’s also genius styling to put PeeCee in these thigh-baring gowns. She has a fit frame with toned legs and a small waist that make hers the perfect body type to flaunt these gowns.

The actress has been styling versions of this look a lot lately. Has she finally found her signature look in these thigh-high slit dresses? We think so! Priyanka has enviably shapely and strong shoulders, that are usually softened by the delicate fall of these gowns.

She also can always rely on a high-slit gown since it is a classic red carpet look. Her Roberto Cavalli Couture gown was a good Cannes debut number, and she looked right at home on the red carpet.

The actress also chose the high slit for her Met Gala look. The custom Dior enhanced the Avante Garde look, with beaded stockings adding beautiful details to the look.

Priyanka’s red carpet fashion has evolved from the usual trend faves to a whole lookbook dedicated to dressing impeccably for her body type and personal choice. Any guesses as to where it all might have started? We have an idea:

High slits for the win!


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