Cost Of Jennifer Lopez's Cashmere Coat Will Allow You To Buy A Nano In India

You can easily buy a Nano in India at the price tag of Jlo's new fancy coat. Yeah, that’s how much Hollywood actress Jennifer Lopez’s causal coat costs. The actress was seen wearing a Max Mara coat during her recent outing in NYC. The coat, hold your breath, is priced at $2,950, which roughly equates to 2.15 Lakh

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Cost Of Jennifer Lopez's Cashmere Coat Will Allow You To Buy A Nano In India
Be it red carpet, ramp walks or just a fun day outing Hollywood star Jennifer Lopez knows to how it slay it all. Diva has made heads turn with her mere appearances by being out and about in the city with beau Alex Rodriguez or just made us go weak in our knees with her turning showstopper for ace designer at various fashion week. But this time the price tag of her causal coat has made our jaw drop on the floor and our eyes pop out.

Well peeps her latest outing in the New York city had her sporting a casual coat belonging to the brand Max Mara, costing a bomb worth $2,950. This ultimately trendy coat is a perfect fit to comfort you in the winters. This Max Mara coat in the shades of blue is made of luxe material along with the wrap around belt at the waist in the same shade. According to today’s currency rates it would cost worth Rs. 2,10, 365 approx. in INR.

Hello!! Are you still reading? Or fainted already? Well Divas we tell you. J.Lo loves to the live life queen size and that definitely reflects in her style and fashion. 

Yet another time when the diva had got us all surprised and shocked was with the price tag of her Versace dress she wore on the Milan Fashion Week. This neck plunging sexy leaf printed dress priced a bomb 15,000 dollars. 

In the recent past the Hustler actress was sued for the copyright infringement act by a photo agency for worth $150,000

Image Source: Instagram/J.Lo
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