In the past, businessman mukesh Ambani had darshan of Lord Siddhivinayak. During this, he was accompanied by his daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta, who wore a very simple dress, the cost of which is shocking.
Shloka Mehta, wife of akash Ambani, elder son of veteran indian businessman mukesh Ambani, is a real fashionista, which she has always proved with her elegant outfit choices. Her dressing sense is amazing, as well as the way she carries every outfit is also commendable. Recently, she was spotted at siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai, where she was seen in a very simple look. However, the cost of her dress was quite shocking.
Actually, in the past, Shloka Mehta was seen with her father-in-law mukesh Ambani, husband akash Ambani and son prithvi while visiting Bappa at the siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai. During this, Shloka was seen in a breezy co-ord set. Her yellow floral printed co-ord had an open collar with Kashmiri floral print on it. He carried his kurta with matching pants.Shloka Mehta wore a floral co-ord set worth Rs 40,400.
After doing some research, we came to know that this printed dress of Shloka was from 'Yavi' brand, whose price may surprise you. Yes, as per the brand's official website, the printed kurta is priced at Rs 23,900 while the matching loose fitting pant is priced at Rs 16,500. Overall, the entire co-ord set by Shloka comes with a price tag of ₹40,400.
When Shloka Mehta gave summer fashion goals in a 24,000 dress
Earlier, when Shloka was seen enjoying the IPL match played between 'Mumbai Indians' vs 'Punjab Kings' on 22nd april 2023, she looked stunning in a blue colored cotton mini dress. She flaunted her pregnancy glow while keeping her hair open in a no makeup look. However, it was her simple cotton poplin dress that caught our attention.
After doing some research, we came to know that this blue dress of Shloka was picked from the label 'Apiece Apart'. The price of this tie-dyed printed dress is US $ 295 i.e. Rs 24,202. By the way, this dress of hers was absolutely perfect for summer.
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