Top Five Most Expensive Shoes in The World

These fashion statements scream style and elegance. Representing the best the world has to offer, the following is a list of the hautest shoes on the planet. Enjoy!

Fifth — Stuart Weitzman Stilettos, $1,090,000 — Decorated with 464 round and pear shaped diamonds in a pure platinum thread, these shoes are amazing. Actress Laura Harring was the first starlet chosen to grace her feet in the diamond encrusted sandals at the 2002 Academy Awards, as if the $27 million necklace she wore around her neck wasn’t enough.

Fourth  — Stuart Weitzman’s “Ruby Slippers,” $1,600,000  — Far exceeding the million-dollar mark, these red satin stilettos are every fashionistas dream. With 642 oval and round rubies, these lavish pumps have embellished the feet of the richest celebrities in Hollywood.

Third  — Stuart Weitzman, Tanzanite Stilettos, $2,000,000  — Weitzman continues owning the list filling the number three spot with these gorgeous Tanzanite heels. These amazing shoes sport 28 ct’s of diamonds and 185 ct’s of the finest quality tanzanite (carat size represents total weight, duh). Assisted by designer Le Vian, these astonishing heeled sandals rock a 4 ½ inch heel that’s encrusted with 595 carats of Kwiat diamonds on platinum.

Second  —  Stuart Weitzman “Rita Hayworth,” $3,000,000  — If you thought $2 million was the peak of Stuart Weitzman, you thought wrong. Rounding out number two on our list are these dazzling sapphire, ruby, and diamond heels. The satin open toed stilettos mark them as Weitzman’s most expensive pair of shoes, as well as his most creative. The design was inspired by a pair of Rita Hayworth’s earrings, hence the name.

First  — Ronald Winston “Ruby Slippers,” $3,200,000  — Landing themselves on the feet of movie legend Judy Garland, these creations are the most expensive shoes in the world. Inspired by the classic film, Wizard of Oz. the world’s most extravagant shoes are made from 4,600 rubies totaling more than 1,350 carats.  How’s that for glamorous?