And Again, Isha Ambani Was Spotted Repeating Her Dress Like A Pro
In the last Ambani’s wedding, the country saw ‘The Big Fat Wedding’ of Mukesh and Nita Ambani’s son Akash Ambani with Shloka Mehta, which created a lot of buzz. Now, we are early waiting for another wedding in Ambani’s house. That is none other than his younger brother, Anant Ambani with his fiance, Radhika Merchant, who are making it to headlines every now and then.
When you are a part of the glamorous industry, you need to be in your stylish best all the time. And that’s not all. It is imperative that every time you step out, you manage to look your best as the paps are always after you and would not leave any stone unturned to troll and slam you. Many actresses and celebrities.have been trolled for repeating dresses and jewelleries but there are others who have been an inspiration to others by repeating the same and owning it like a boss.
Well, it was Isha Ambani this who repeated her outfit this time. In the #Anissamaangayi wedding last night, Isha Ambani Piramal made an entry with her mother, Nita Ambani. While Nita ji was seen in the classy cream and golden coloured saree, Isha repeated her outfit from one of the wedding festivities of her cousin, Arjun Kothari. Isha looked absolutely graceful in a Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla soft-pink lilac-coloured lehenga with finely embroidered floral prints and a short jacket blouse with floral corsages. Have a look how Isha pulled off the look with a plain dupatta:
Earlier, in an interview with the Vogue, Isha Ambani Piramal spoke about her style and fashion preferences. She stated, “At work, I love wearing Indian clothes… cotton kurtas with block prints. I think it’s one of the greatest things about being Indian—our clothes! I used to hate dressing up in business formals during my time in America. It was a nightmare to get into a blazer. It works well for slim bodies, but how do you wear a pencil skirt if you have a curvy body?”
Revealing her favourite designers, Isha had continued, “Off work, I like wearing international and Indian designers—Valentino, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Dolce & Gabbana, Manish Malhotra, Celine and Sabyasachi are some of my favourites. I love when a garment fits just right, and that’s not easy. For my comfort picks, I switch between my salwar kameez, Lululemon sweats and cosy sweaters.”