That's a wrap on the longest wedding of the year. Between bridal showers, multi-day ceremonies, and a whole slew of receptions, the "Nickyanka" wedding celebrations have been back-to-back for about a month now. Thurs., however, was the final fete for the couple, and Priyanka Chopra's third wedding reception outfit allowed the bride to go out with a bang.
Because just one wedding reception is simply not enough for a couple of Chopra and Jonas' caliber, the newlyweds flew back to India — where they tied the knot on Dec. 1 — on Weds. to host not one, but two additional receptions in Mumbai. Thurs. evening's rendezvous, held in the elaborate ballroom of Taj Lands End, was reserved for Chopra's Bollywood friends.
For her final look, the 36-year-old opted for the prettiest embroidered two piece by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. The custom set featured a tulle maxi skirt hand-embroidered with organza and chiffon flowers, crystals, and bugle beads. Her crop top was lacy and had extra-long sleeves that extended all the way to the floor. It was adorned with shimmery sequins that reflected the light in an Instagram photo Chopra posted on Fri. That is, of course, because Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla designed the decor, too.
As always, her look was curated by celebrity stylist Ami Patel. It's no surprise that the Baywatch actor chose Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla to create her final outfit, seeing as the brand had already designed several of the bride's looks throughout her month-long wedding extravaganza.
In fact, the canary-yellow sherwani she wore to the initial roka ceremony — right after the engagement — was by the brand. Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla was the mastermind behind that gold-and-silver sequined sari she wore to the sangeet (the pre-wedding party), and also the immensely colorful organdy gown she sported to her mehndi (the traditional henna tattooing ceremony). Chopra's most recent two piece was certainly a more glamorous, less playful outfit than her multicolored frock, but no less lavish.
Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla is a leader in traditional Indian high-fashion designs. The designer has also dressed Cardi B for her cover of Entertainment Weekly and Beyoncé for a wedding she recently attended. In the South Asian country where the brand is based, however, Priyanka Chopra is akin to royalty, so there's simply no bigger name for Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla to dress. And staying true to her roots, there's hardly a more fitting pick for Chopra to wear to her final wedding event.