Most Expensive Shoes Ever Made In The World

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Shoes form one of the most integral parts of a person’s wardrobe today. Gone are the days when the purpose of footwear was limited to just protecting the feet. But today, these are a reflection of a person’s status quo. Thus, for all those who love wearing shoes, we have uncovered some of the most iconic and expensive shoes ever made.

  1. Moon Star Shoes By Antonio Vietri
    Price: $19.9 million
    These pair of shoes by Antonio Vietri are priced at almost $20 million. Modeled after the Burj Khalifa, the solid gold heels are studded with diamonds for an exquisite look. For all shoe lovers out there, footwear is sure to promise an out-of-the-world experience.

  1. Passion Jewellers Jada Dubai Diamond Shoes
    Price: $17 million
    Another priceless creation from the house of Jada Dubai and Passion Jewellers is this shoe. Tagged as the most expensive stiletto heels, the pumps are embedded with 15-carat D-diamonds. Priced at $17 million, the shoes are an apt representation of the Royal Dream.

  1. Debbie Wingham High Heels
    Price: $15.1 million
    These frightfully expensive shoes are customized by Debbie Wingham and can cost you a fortune. The footwear is studded with the rarest gemstones in the world, while its body is crafted from platinum and pure gold. Furthermore, 18-carat gold thread is used to stitch the shoes which explains its ridiculous price.

  1. Harry Winston Ruby Slippers
    Price: $3 million
    What if we say that the inspiration behind the shoes is the movie “The Wizard of Oz”? Yes, these highly-priced shoes are encrusted with around 1350 carat rubies and 50 carats in diamonds, the footwear represents the height of luxury. Truly, worth the price, isn’t it?

  1. Stuart Weitzman Rita Hayworth Heels
    Price: $3 million
    Rita Hayworth was considered an icon in her heydays, but her fashion statements continue to live forever. One of the acute representations of her style is the Stuart Weitzman Rita Hayworth Heels. Crafted using Sienna Satin, the shoe features expensive gemstones along with a pair of earrings worn by the star, explaining the price range.

  1. Stuart Weitzman Cinderella Slippers
    Price: $2 million
    For all those who are a fan of the classic fairy tale, these slippers here make it feel real. Studded with 565 Kwiat Diamonds in platinum, the heels are sure to make you feel like a princess. The stilettos are 4-inch in height and are an embodiment of class and style.

  1. Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite Heels
    Price: $2 million
    Another masterpiece by designer Stuart Weitzman, the heels can surely mesmerize onlookers. The straps of the shoe feature 185 carats of Tanzanite along with 28 Karats of Diamonds. Apart from that, the footwear is crafted with shining silver, which explains the hefty price tag.

  1. Tom Ford By Jason Arasheben
    Price: $2 million
    The bedazzled shoes are a statement in themselves and can make any wearer stand out. Studded with 14,000 full cut white diamonds, the footwear took around 2000 hours to complete, making them one in a million.

  1. Stuart Weitzman Wizard of OZ Stilettos
    Price: $1.6 million
    The classic Hollywood blockbuster “Wizard of Oz is one of the successful movies ever to be made. These stilettos can be called the more updated version of the Harry Winston slippers. Studded with 643 pieces of rubies, the footwear is style personified in every way.

  1. Platinum Guild Stilettos by Stuart Weitzman
    Price: $1.09 million
    These expensive shoes are adorned with 464 diamonds all over the body. Also, the straps of the footwear can be removed to be worn as a neckpiece. Debuting at the 2002 Academy awards, these shoes are a dream come true for any woman.

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