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It is a truth universally acknowledged — that a woman and her love for shoes are inseparable. If she has some spare cash, it will probably be invested in a pair of fancy heels. But have you ever wondered how much does the most expensive pair of heels cost and how do they look? If yes, we are here with a list of the 10 most expensive high heels on the planet that you can consider for your wedding day! Yes, these top ten most costly high heels are out of this world. But these aren’t just regular heels. Their designs are flawless. They are built using the most expensive materials. Furthermore, the care, passion, and artistry put into their creation make them valuable to those who can buy them. After all, your wedding day is also one in a million!
10. Stuart Weitzman Marylin Monroe – $1 million
These swanky nude evening heels are exceptional but in a quiet way. The highlight is the satin roses, adorned with Swarovski crystals that were once earrings that belonged to Marilyn Monroe.
9. Stuart Weitzman’s Platinum Guild – $1.09 million
The unique two-fold design and premium materials are the first eye-catching elements of these $1 million shoes. Innovation at its finest is showcased by round and pear diamonds, structured on a removable strap that can double as a necklace. These diamond shoes feature over 460 Kwiat diamonds, but that’s just part of the appeal. The side straps can be converted into a necklace or a bracelet. It’s that type of artistic vision that sets them apart even amongst the most expensive women’s shoes.
8. Stuart Weitzman “Wizard of Oz” Ruby Stilettos – $1.6 million
Another fixture of luxury shoe designers is the influence of Dorothy’s slippers from The Wizard of Oz! Valued, the sophisticated stilettos were designed with a cherry red insole, replete with a delicate upper of red satin and encrusted with an impressive 642 Burma rubies. The settings alone contain half a pound of platinum and boast a total carat count of 123.33.
7. Tanzanite Heels by Stuart Weitzman – $2 million
Weitzman also earns a spot as one of the most expensive shoe brands with genuine tanzanite gemstones, discovered on Mount Kilimanjaro in the mid-1960s. This glorious pair of heels are made out of silver leather and boast a platinum framing adorned with diamonds and tanzanite gemstones. The heel’s front straps alone carry 28 carats worth of diamonds and the ankle bracelets a packed with just under 200 carats of tanzanite. The heel, however, is the star of the show with 595 diamond carats.