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5 Most Expensive Heels in the World Worth a House

You lovers of heels and collectors, of course, realize that heels do not only act as footwear but also as part of their appearance and lifestyle. Already dressed cool, it would feel incomplete without heels that are too cool.

Speaking of heels, Scarlet Scarab will inform you about the most expensive series of heels in the world where ownership may be calculated. And here are the five heels:

Stuart Weitzman Diamond Dream Stiletto

This one heel at first glance looks normal, but apparently, the heels are decorated with 1,420 diamonds on the strap! These heels are also added with a thin silver strap on the tip. This pair of luxury heels were first worn by actress Anika Noni Rose at the 2007 Oscars and immediately became the media spotlight.

Stuart Weitzman Marilyn Monroe

The “Marilyn Monroe” shoe during Stuart Weitzman Oscar Suite – Day One at Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, United States. (Photo by Thomas Concordia/WireImage)

These nude-colored heels were inspired by the crystal earrings Marilyn Monroe had worn and designed by designers who also produce Diamond Dream Stiletto, namely Stuart Weitzman, these heels are made of satin with rose ornaments on the top which are also made of satin.

Interestingly, the inside of the satin rose is ‘filled’ with sparkling crystal beads and also beautified with a crossed strap on the wrist. These beautiful heels first appeared in public when worn by actress Regina Lord at the 2005 Oscars.

Debbie Wingham Diamond and Gold Heels

And this is a pair of heels that have been named the most expensive heels ever, which is worth 15.1 million US dollars. These super expensive and luxurious heels are made by designer Debbie Wingham using the rarest and most expensive gemstones in the world, namely blue and pink diamonds.

These heels are made of leather but coated again with paint from 24-carat gold. Not only that, but these heels are also decorated with four white diamonds, each weighing 3 carats. Even more surprising, the thread used for sewing these heels is a thread that is yet made of 18-carat gold! Extraordinary.

Wizard of Oz Ruby Slippers

In 1939, these heels were first worn by Judy Garland in the film The Wizard of Oz. In the movie, these heels are told to have magical powers that can bring the main character, Dorothy, back to her house.

Red heels with ribbon ornaments on the front are not made of the first stone or other jewelry, but only red sequins on the entire surface. However, because these heels are so iconic and historical, so high prices are installed for these heels made by Gilbert Adrian.

There are several Ruby Slippers heels produced for the film The Wizard of Oz, but only five pairs have survived until now. A pair of them were even stolen from the museum in 2005. Fortunately, the missing heels were rediscovered in 2018.

Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite Heels

Another pair of heels from Stuart Weitzman at a spectacular price, the Tanzanite Heels. These silver heels have a strap that is studded with 185-carat blue tanzanite, complete with another 16-carat tanzanite that hangs in the middle of the strap. Not only that, but 28-carat diamonds were also added to enhance these heels.

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