They say to never wear white after Labor Day, but Priyanka Chopra is debunking this age-old rule one lacy blouse at a time. On Mon., the actor took to Instagram to share a glimpse of her and fiancé Nick Jonas' vacation in Texas, and her outfit immediately caught the attention of the fashion- and beauty-obsessed. Forget everything you've learned: Priyanka Chopra's peasant top is a solid piece to transition from summer to fall.
Chopra and Jonas are reportedly in Dallas enjoying a romantic ranch getaway, cowboy boots in tow. The top in question is For Love & Lemons' Virginia Lacy Blouse, which the actor paired with high-waisted, destroyed denim, mahogany-leather Western boots, a floppy brimmed fedora, and retro cat-eye sunnies.
Chopra's top — which hits just below $200 — features a feminine tie along the neckline, puffy shoulders, lace inserts, and a fit-and-flare bodice.
Despite the toasty temps in Texas, the actor's peasant top is an interesting pick for mid-September, when many are busy dusting off their long-sleeved tops and warm layers in preparation for sweater weather. Then again, Chopra's summery blouse is a perfect piece to help transition your wardrobe into fall while the climate catches up.
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The key to wearing white and frilly pieces so late in the year without looking like you're dressed for a beach day is to pair them with fall-appropriate colors and materials. Here, Chopra wears the blouse with a sage-colored hat and dark leather boots. While she opted for a more casual look in her Instagram photo, you could also dress up a peasant blouse with a pair of slim-cut black pants. Better yet, nothing looks crisper than a white top underneath a tailored leather jacket.
Anyone can wear white after Labor Day with the right color palette and mix of textures. Think: Warm-weather items made of breezy cotton, lace, and silk can be easily worked into autumn if worn with warmer fabrics like wool, cashmere, and chunky knits.
Scroll ahead for The Zoe Report's all-time favorite peasant blouses on the market right now — and join Chopra in saying goodbye to outdated fashion rules.