Sunday, April 3, 2011

Top 10 Most Expensive Shoes In The World

Here’s the list of the most expensive shoes in the world. Of course most of them are women shoes. You may wondering how those expensive shoes looks 
like and how much is it. So Let’s take a look at those most expensive shoes.
10.Diamond-Encrusted Custom Nike : $50,000
This custom Nike shoes is a shoes withdecorate with chocolate colored diamonds  of 11 carat along its edge. This custom Nike shoes edition are claimed to be the proud of the owner feet. With the fancy and fashion accessories, It’s not only protect your feet but also make beautiful of your feet, if You want to buy this shoes you should prepare $50,000. Maybe this is the most expensive shoesfor men available in the world nowadays icon smile Top 10 Most Expensive Shoes in the World

9. Nizam Sikandar Jah Slippers: $160,000
This slippers that was belong to Nizam Sikandar Jah were a symbol of royalty in 18th century, It sparkle with Rubbies and dazzle with diamond. It’s sad that in 2006, these slippers was robbed from the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Canada, this shoes was estimated to cost around $160,000.

8. Stuart Weitzman’s “Diamond Dream” Stilettos: $500,000
Stuart Weitzman, I guess you know that he is reputable shoes designer, joined with jeweler Kwiat to realize his dream of diamond shoes. And that dream come true as Stilettos. This shoes come with 1,420 well cut Kwiat colorless diamonds set in platinum. The shoes cost $500,000. Anika Noni worn this shoes and turn everyone eyes at her steps with this shoes on the red carpet at the 2007 Oscars.

7. Ruby Slippers from Wizard of Oz: $666,000
Decorate With bugle beads, glass rhinestones and three large silver red glass jewels, this Ruby slippersmatches with exclusive designer outfit. By wearing these ruby slippers your presence will be well respected in highly luxurious event or parties. It was sold in auction for $666,000 in 2000.

6. Stuart Weitzman Shoes “Retro Rose” Pumps: $1,000,000
Another shoes by the well renowned Stuart Weitzman. He designed the shoes to dusty gold high heels as in the 1940s. This Retro Rose features its special elegant embellishment. The perfect design combined with dazzles from 100 carat of 1,800 Kwiat diamonds. Diablo Cody had selected to set the red carpet of the 2008 Oscar worn this one million dollar perfect shoes.

5. Stuart Weitzman “Platinum Guild” Stilettos: $1,090,000
This Stuart Weitzman’s stilettos decorates with 464 Kwiat round and pear shaped diamonds to make the shoes perfect. Laura Harring was the first person to worn this shoes and become a cinderella in 2002 Oscar Academy Awards. The shoes cost $1,090,000. With that amount of course the shoes can enhance the appearance of the person that wear the shoes when she come to luxurious event.

4. Stuart Weitzman Shoes “Ruby Slippers”: $1,600,000
This Ruby Slippers decorate With 642 oval and round rubies in its possession. Stuart Weitzmandesigned this shoes to make the user on top of the rich pride. The rubies shine in pure platinum combination. This stilettos cost $1,600,000, an amount to pay for pride of the rich.

3. Stuart Weitzman Shoes Tanzanite Heels: $2,000,000
Stuart Weitzman joined with Le Vian to realize this $2,000,000 Tanzanite Heels. These amazing shoesdecorate with 28 carats of diamonds and well-cut 185 carats of quality tanzanite. The most spectacular part of the shoes is the 4½ inch heels that encrusted with 595 carats of Kwiat platinum diamonds.

2. Rita Hayworth Heels: $3,000,000
This shoes is the most expensive shoes from Stuart Weitzman and surely the most creative and delicate one. Rita Hayworth Heels is dazzling with sapphires, rubies and diamonds to make the heels perfect.

1. Ruby Slippers from House of Harry Winston: $3.000.000
This Ruby Slippers is the most expensive and as well as spectacular and splendid slippers in the world. This slippers is the achievement of Ronald Winston, the designer of the House of Harry Winston. The beauty of design coming from 4,600 rubies of 1,350 carat. This shoes has adorned firstly for the feet of Judy Garland.

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