Pretty shoes makes our hearts go pitter patter. They can be mules, high heels, flats, sneakers or sandals. From high-end designer kicks (that we have no business buying) to vintage buys from hole-in-the-wall establishments. We can appreciate all kind of shoes from all corners of retail. That being said, we couldn't dream up the footwear that made this list. These are some of the most blinged out, expensive kicks that exist. Imagine owning your own pair of the luxury shoes? Why would you ever take them off?
10 Testoni Shoes
When we think of shoewear that is priced higher than our cars, our brains automatically go right to bejeweled kicks that are made to rock the red carpet – don't worry, those bad boys are coming up on this list.) Men's footwear can go for a pretty penny as well though. Testoni shoes are beautifully crafted and come with a price that reflects just that at $38,000! The leather on these shoes comes from the best alligator leather in the world, and their ability to endure all sorts of weather and wear and tear is unbeatable. These shoes better last a lifetime at the price that people pay for them!
9 Autographed Nike Air Jordan 1
Go ahead and wipe the drool from your man's mouth when he merely sets his eyeballs on these fly kicks. They are Nike Air Jordans that are signed by the God of Basketball himself, the great and all-powerful Micheal Jordan. With a price tag of sixty grand, you won't be able to afford a car, but you will have comfy walking kicks to get around in.
8 Nizam Sikandar Jah’s Shoes
These fancy kickers were once owned by Sikandar Jah, the 18th century Nizam of Hyderabad. It's safe to say that this guy knew all about his footwear. These shoes include delicate designs, intricate fabrics, rubies, emeralds, diamonds, and other gemstones. With sparkles like that, it is no surprise that these shoes are valued at $160,000! They were once stolen from a Toronto museum but were thankfully recovered with minimal damage.
7 Kathryn Wilson’s Pump
Katherine Wilson is a New Zealand-based designer who knows her fashion and her footwear. Can we all take a moment to worship this pair of high heels that cost more than my home? These stunning shoes were created for a charity auction and are worth a whopping $400,000! Whoever ended up with these gorgeous heels is one lucky lady.
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6 Tom Ford Custom by Jason Arasheben
Nick Cannon hosted the 2014 America's Got Talent show in major style when he stepped out on stage rocking these Tom Ford one of a kind loafers. Custom designed by well-respected jewelry designer, Jason Arasheben. These diamond-encrusted shoes house over 14,000 340-carat white diamonds set in white gold. Nick's feet had to be serious levels of happy when they were ticked into these shiners.
5 Stuart Weitzman’s “Retro Rose” Pumps
No one rules the land of sparkly shoes quite like the famed Stewart Weitzman. He does out of this world designs like no one else. We could create an entire list of expensive shoes created by Mr. Wietzman, because he has devoted his time to an intense list of million dollar kicks. This particular pair is called the Retro Rose, owning them will run you about one million smack-a-roos! Diablo Cody, a popular screenwriter, strutted the red carpet in these back in 2o08 and there was not a woman on the planet that wasn't oozing jealousy.
4 Original Ruby Slippers from “The Wizard of Oz”
The Wizard of Oz is one of the most iconic films of our time and Dorothy's ruby red slippers live in infamy and soon to be in someone's home closet. That's right, a pair of Dorothy's slippers are hitting the market soon for a cool six million dollars. They have been in the hands of a prominent collector for the last eighteen years, but it seems that he/she is ready to part with them. There are a number of these red slippers floating around the universe, but the chance to own a pair is both expensive and rare. There's no place like home and no shoes like the ruby red slippers!
3 Stuart Weitzman Rita Hayworth Heels
Stewart did it again with these Rita Hayward inspired high heels. These rust-colored, satin shoes are adorned with legendary Rita Hayworth's rubies, sapphires, and diamonds. The shoes currently belong to Princess Yasmin Aga Khan, Rita's daughter, and are not for sale. They did get lent out to the singer, Kathleen York, who wore them to the 2006 Oscar awards. Talk about rocking a piece of film history on your feet!
2 Stuart Weitzman Cinderella Slippers
Talk about being Cinderella for a day! Country crooner, Allison Krause was precisely that when she got to slip into another famous pair of Weitzman's heels for an evening out. In 2004, Krause made her feet the happiest heels on the planet when she draped them in 565 Kwait diamonds at the Oscar awards show. The shoes also house a rare five-carat amaretto diamond that costs over one million dollars alone. In their entirety, the kicks run about two million dollars total. Wowzers.
1 Debbie Wingham High Heels
Are you sitting down for this one? Debbie Wingman was commissioned to create a pair of shoes that cost the owner an insane fifteen million plus dollars. Yes. You read that correctly. Given as a gift to some crazy-lady, these heels include rare pink and blue diamonds, and some hard to score gemstones. The body of the shoe is made from platinum and the leather is covered with 24-carat gold. Even the threads that lace these beauties up are made from 18-carat gold. Who even dreams this kind of thing up? Debbie.