Shloka Mehta Accessorised Her Black Jumpsuit For An Auction Event With A Purse Worth Rs. 4.5 Lakhs

Shloka Mehta stunned in a black jumpsuit for an auction event, however, it was the price tag of her unique purse which caught our attention. Check out the Boombox Brooklyn Mookie purse' details!


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Shloka Mehta Accessorised Her Black Jumpsuit For An Auction Event With A Purse Worth Rs. 4.5 Lakhs

Shloka Mehta is the daughter-in-law of the well-acclaimed business tycoon, Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani. She became part of the Ambani family after tying the knot with her childhood sweetheart, Akash Ambani, on March 9, 2019. Later, the couple was blessed with a little boy, Prithvi Akash Ambani, on December 20, 2020. However, even after being a doting mommy, Shloka's fashion game is in no way compromised. On the contrary, she has one of the rarest collections in her wardrobe for every occasion.

Shloka Mehta is indeed a fashion diva, but also believes in sharing her rarest collection even with her dearest saasu maa, Nita Ambani. For instance, during Shloka's pre-wedding ceremonies, she was seen wearing a grey-toned beautiful winter coat paired with a mini skirt while riding in a 'Disney Van' with her then-hubby-to-be, Akash Ambani. However, we had also stumbled upon an unseen picture of Nita Ambani shared by one of the fan pages, donning the same fur coat as her bahu, paired with a black sweater and a white collared shirt to don at one of her winter parties. Upon doing some research, we found, the coat was from the brand, Yves Salomon with a price tag of Rs. 20,70,000.

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Recently we stumbled upon a glimpse of Shloka Mehta with her husband, Akash Ambani twinning in an all-black ensemble for Isha Ambani Piramal's auction event in December 2019, organised to help architect and interior designer, Rooshad Shroff raise funds for a new girls school in Jaisalmer, India. In the pictures and videos shared by various media and fans' pages, Akash looked dapper in a black tuxedo paired with a black tie and white shirt. On the other hand, Shloka looked gorgeous in a shimmery black jumpsuit from the designer label, Elie Saab's collection. She completed her look with minimal makeup and a ponytail. She accessorised her look with a unique purse, diamond earrings and a watch.


The uniquely designed purse that Shloka carried was from the brand, Judith Leiber. The accessory was based on the 90s boom boxes and is decorated with colourful crystals giving it a smooth finish. The Boombox Brooklyn Mookie purse was sure enough to steal the limelight and one of her fan pages have curated the whopping amount of it. The price tag of the purse was USD 5,995 which upon converting to Indian currency equals to Rs. 4,57,091.

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Going back to Shloka Mehta's pre-wedding ceremonies with her hubby, Akash Ambani, she had draped some of the unique ensembles. For instance, during her sangeet ceremony, when she had worn a heavily embellished lehenga which had featured her love story with her darling husband, Akash Ambani, hand-embellished on it. The ace designer of the lehenga, Kresha Bajaj had shared details about her sangeet outfit and had written:

"The absolutely lovely @shloka11 at her Sangeet in a Crystal Lovestory Lehenga detailing her and Akash’s entire story! Hand embellished with over 50,000 crystals, sequins and glass beads."

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Shloka Mehta had accessorised her look with diamond bangles, a unique diamond necklace and matching earrings. Moreover, she had opted for subtle and elegant makeup and had looked no less than a princess. On the other hand, her soulmate, Akash Ambani had complemented her in a kurta paired with a shimmery bandhgala jacket and white pants. 

shloka and akash

Aren't you tempted to have a unique purse just like Shloka?

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