Priyanka Chopra has recently partnered with off-price fashion retailer Marshalls for its first-ever Good Stuff Social Club program, in which the former beauty queen was tapped to deliver a masterclass titled Lessons for Getting the Good Stuff in Life, aimed to give women “an all-access pass into what it means to ‘get the good stuff’ in life.”
On Friday, Nick Jonas’ wife was spotted at her first masterclass in New York City, where she talked about everything from discovering self-worth, wellness, and fostering confidence to mentorship, career development, and financial literacy to help women achieve their ambitions.
Priyanka Chopra delivers a masterclass, titled Lessons for Getting the Good Stuff in Life, for Marshalls’ first-ever experiential Good Stuff Social Club program on October 20, 2023 (Credit: Karolina Wojtasik / Startraksphoto)
“It’s not always easy to find a community of women who want to lift each other up and go after what they deserve. I’m thrilled to join so many amazing women as we come together, share what we’ve learned along the way, and hopefully empower each other to go after every ambition,” Priyanka said in a statement.
“Marshalls has always believed that women deserve access to the good stuff in life—not only in our stores but everywhere it matters to them,” Marshalls Vice President and Marketing Director Victoria Shonkoff said in a press release.
“We’re launching the Marshalls Good Stuff Social Club to further our mission of giving women access to the resources, communities, and opportunities they need to create the life they want and deserve.”
Priyanka Chopra wears a burgundy-colored leather midi dress that highlights her hourglass figure (Credit: Karolina Wojtasik / Startraksphoto)
For the discussion, the 41-year-old actress highlighted her hourglass figure in a burgundy leather dress, which perfectly hugged every inch of her curves.
She donned a Jonathan Simkhai creation, which featured a timeless and versatile silhouette cut from buttery soft vegan leather with long sleeves, a collar, and a draped wrap skirt. It also had button fastenings along the front that were partially left open to reveal a glimpse of her cleavage.
Adding a hint of sparkles to her sleek leather look, the Love Again star accessorized with diamond hoop earrings, a diamond serpent bracelet, and a matching serpent ring.
Priyanka Chopra’s Jonathan Simkhai leather midi dress features a classic silhouette with long sleeves, a collar, and a draped skirt (Credit: Karolina Wojtasik / Startraksphoto)
She then showcased her paw-print ankle tattoo by pairing her midi dress with black Valentino “Rockstud” pumps with about 4-inch stiletto heels.
The Citadel actress styled her hair in gentle waves that cascaded down her shoulders and wore matching berry-colored lipstick, blush, and fluttery eyelashes to complete her glam.
Priyanka Chopra pairs her berry leather midi dress with black Valentino Rockstud pumps, showcasing her tiny paw ankle tattoo (Credit: Karolina Wojtasik / Startraksphoto)
In a recent interview with People before her masterclass for Marshalls’ new experiential social club, Priyanka Chopra discussed how she expresses herself through her personal style, noting that her perspective on fashion changed when she was in her 30s.
“I think in my 30s, I realized that I want to wear what I look good in, what I look comfortable in, and what I feel good in.”
“My style is very important to me because I express myself,” she continued. “Feeling confident is wearing something that you feel like you look good in, and that happened to me, just, I would say, recently.”
Priyanka Chopra reveals that her personal style changed when she was in her 30s (Credit: Karolina Wojtasik / Startraksphoto)
The mom-of-one also promoted her partnership with Marshalls, saying, “I’m really excited about this partnership on many levels. First of all, I think that creating a community and a space for women to come together and talk about their dreams, desires, and aspirations is crucial.”
“And to have a company like Marshall’s put their might behind giving women, not just opportunities, but resources to think about how they can achieve their ambitions, is great.”