We wear them for comfort, protection and fashion, yeah that's right, shoes. Shoes have been in the human race for a very long time and I mean a long time, and the primary reason for wearing shoes for wearing shoes were for protection but recently the use of shoes evolved as man did.
Now a question would you wear 23.6 million dollars on your leg?. Crazy right. But this is no mere story. Let me introduced to you the most expensive shoe in the world.
JADA DUBAI AND PASSION JEWELLERS PASSION DIAMOND SHOES - USD 23.6 MILLION
Luxury footwear designer Jada Dubai in collaboration with Passion Jewellers unveiled, what is currently known as the most expensive shoe in the world. Showcased for the first time in the iconic Burj Al Arab in Dubai, the stiletto shoes are made of gold, leather and silk. They feature as many as 236 diamonds!, along with a 15-carat D-flawless diamond near the toes.
What do you think about this shoe?
Ladies are you interested in it? Or guys would you get it for your girlfriend?
Let's hear your comments below on this article
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