Nita Ambani wore an Rs 87,000 hand-embroidered silk 'Mardi' suit with a 'patola' dupatta
Recently, at the 20th anniversary of 'Reliance Drishti', businesswoman Nita Ambani stunned everyone in a hand-embroidered 'Mardi' suit and patola 'dupatta'.
Businesswoman Nita Ambani is the epitome of beauty and kindness and there is no denying that she has inspired millions with her philanthropic work. Recently, 'Reliance Foundation Drishti completed 20 years of serving the blind and the foundation marked the day by launching 'The Braille Drishti newspaper in Marathi.
Founder and Chairperson of 'Reliance Foundation Nita Ambani graced the event. Nita Ambani looked drop-dead gorgeous in a hand-embroidered silk suit for the event. The neck and sleeves of the cream-colored suit with Mardi work had fine embroidery done on it. She teamed the suit with a patola dupatta in blue, white, yellow, and many other colors.
Nita Ambani complemented her look with large stud earrings, a bangle, and a sapphire ring. The fabric of the suit costs Rs 45,000, while the dupatta comes with a price tag of Rs 42,000. The total cost of the outfit is Rs.87,000.
We have often seen Nita Ambani flaunting her heritage by wearing Gujarati Patola outfits. For an event, Neeta wore a blue and red Patola saree by designer navdeep Tundra. The saree cost Rs 1.70 lakh and Mrs. Ambani accessorized her look with a simple beautiful pearl necklace and bangles.
A few days ago, Nita Ambani along with her husband mukesh Ambani, son akash Ambani, daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta and grandson Prithvi akash Ambani arrived at Isha Ambani's Worli residence. During this, Nita Ambani was looking beautiful in a blue and green patola saree. She accessorized her look with statement jewelry including a neckpiece, matching earrings, and a bangle.
Born in a middle-class Gujarati family in Mumbai, Neeta completed her bachelor's degree in commerce from 'Narsee Monjee college of Commerce and Economics'. After completing her graduation, Nita became a school teacher. After her marriage to mukesh Ambani, Nita joined her husband mukesh Ambani in the family business.
Today she is also the chairperson of 'Reliance Foundation', 'Dhirubhai Ambani international School', the owner of 'Mumbai indians (Indian Premier League cricket team), and a non-executive director of 'Reliance Industries. Popular businesswoman Nita Ambani's name has also been included in Forbes' list of 'Asia's Most Influential women Business Leaders'.