There’s not a single women who wouldn’t want to wear the most expensive shoes in the world (IF gifted). Women clearly rule when it comes to style and elegance. Men will never understand what a gorgeous pair of shoes means to a woman. Luxury shoe houses continue to cash in from women’s obsession with style and class. If you think this is a joke then check the list below featuring the top 10 most expensive designer shoes for women in the world.
Borgezie Stilettos – $216,000
This one of a kind Stiletto was produced by the house of Borgezie in collaboration with Christopher Michael Shellis, a master jewelry designer. The pair is made of pure gold and encrusted with over 2,200 diamonds. The shoes have a 1,000 year guarantee and, therefore can serve generations.
Stuart Weitzman ‘Diamond Dream’ Stilettos – $500,000
These ones are made to go with a girl’s dream. The shoes were made in collaboration with Kwiat, a diamond jewelry designer. The pair has up to 1,420 nicely cut diamonds. The shoes appeared in the 2007 Oscar Red Carpet. The shoes make a perfect diamond dream.
Stuart Weitzman Retro Rose Pumps – $1,000,000
This is another Stuart Weitzman collection crossing the million dollar mark. The pumps draw their inspiration from 1940s and are decorated with over 1,800 diamonds. Each shoe is made of gold leather with a diamond coated rose each weighing 100 karats of diamond. This shoe is what an ideal woman with style needs.
Stuart Weitzman ‘Platinum Guild’ Stiletto – $1,090,000
Another Stuart Weitzman takes the 7th spot on the list of top 10 most expensive designer shoes in the world for women. This elegant pair is embedded with 464 kwiat diamonds that sit pretty well on straps made of pure platinum. The shoes have removable that can be worn as Jewelry to meet the demands of an elite, versatile woman.
Stuart Weitzman Ruby Slippers – $1,600,000
It looks like Stuart Weitzman is determined to take the lion’s share on this list. The Ruby Slippers from the renowned designer were made for the 2003 academy awards. The slippers are encrusted in up to 642 Burma Rubies that are worth 123.33 Karats. The gemstones sit on a pure platinum weighing half a pound, and have a smooth red satin finish. The classics were produced by Stuart Weitzman in collaboration with Oscar Heyman Bros.
Stuart Weitzman Cinderella Slippers – $2,000,000
Master designer Stuart Weitzman features again with the Cinderella slippers. The shoes appear as they are made of glass but this is due to the 565 diamonds distributed between the two shoes. The right slipper has 5 Karat amaretto diamond worth around $1,000,000 on its own. The diamonds are rested on the very best of what Italian leather offers.
Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite Heels – $2,000,000
Bearing the Stuart Weitzman label again are the Stuart Weitzman Tanzanite heels which take the number fourth spot. The shoes are encrusted in 385 gems, with the ankle strap featuring 185 karats Tanzanite, a rare African gem. The shoes also feature 28 diamond karats situated on the front strap.
Ruby Slippers from the “Wizard of Oz” – $2,000,000 to $3,000,000
The Wizard of Oz features again at the number 3 spot of the top 10 most expensive designer shoes in the world for women. This pair of shoes was used in the 1939 movie in which they were used to transport Dorothy back to Kansas City. These shoes are way out of most women’s rich but can be found in the “Icons of Hollywood” 2011 auction where they remain unsold.
Harry Winston’s Ruby Slippers – $,3,000,0000
These slippers were presented by the House of Harry Winston in 1989 as a tribute to the “Wizard of Oz”. The shoes were designed by Ronald Winston and they are covered in 4,600 rubies and 50 diamond karats. The stones were put in place for a period of over two months by Javiar Barerra, a renowned craftsman.
Stuart Weitzman Rita Heyworth Heels – $3,000,000
Stuart Weitzman is a name to reckon with as far as the business of designing women’s shoes is concerned. The Stuart Weitzman Rita Heyworth heels are made in honor of earrings won by Rita Heyworth, a 1940’s actress. The shoes are lined with diamonds, rubies and sapphires and were initially made for the 2006 Oscars. The shoes are currently owned by Rita Heyworth’s daughter, Princes Yasim Aga Khan.