By Monisha G Kumar Last Updated:
It was in 2019 when the nation had witnessed one of the biggest weddings of the decade when Mukesh and Nita Ambani's elder son, Akash Ambani had tied the knot with his childhood sweetheart, Shloka Mehta. With a baccalaureate in anthropology from Princeton University and a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics, Shloka Mehta is the director of Rosy Blue Foundation and the founder of ConnectFor.
Not only has Shloka impressed us with her professional achievements, but she has also proved to be a fashionista with her sartorial picks. The badi bahu of the Ambani clan, Shloka Mehta is the perfect example of style and class. From shimmery, heavily embroidered to lacy and floral, Shloka has some breathtaking designer collections in her treasure.
Recently, we stumbled upon a picture of Shloka from one of her fan pages taken in 2019 at Indian cricketer, Yuvraj Singh's retirement party. For the party, Shloka looked stunning in a light blue-coloured Versace skirt, which she had teamed with a white-coloured off-shoulder top. The price of Shloka's skirt was Rs. 1 lakh 34 thousand. She teamed her dress with a beautiful pair of butterfly heels from Sophia Webster worth Rs. 50 thousand.
Shloka does complete justice to all her look. In 2020, celebrity makeup and hairstylist, Loveleen Ramchandani had shared gorgeous pictures of Shloka from an event. Shloka had opted for a pink, and mustard-coloured lehenga with gotta patti work all over. She had accentuated her look with a quirky kamarbandh, mangalsutra, bangles, statement necklace and matching earrings. The Ambani bahu had kept her makeup simple with nude lipstick, red bindi, kohled eyes and perfectly brushed eyebrows while keeping her hair tied in a ponytail.
Even after Akash and Shloka's wedding, the social media had treated us with some unseen glimpses and one had come a few months after Akash and Shloka had tied the knot. Shloka had looked super-stunning in a picture of hers as a newly-wedded bride from her wedding reception. Dazzling in heavily-embroidered Sabyasachi lehenga, Shloka had proved why red will always remain a bride’s favourite colour.
Isn't Shloka a diva in every sense? What do you think? Let us know.