Throw Back Thursday: Boogie vs Designer Shoes

October 26, 2017
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We will be looking at an important accessory for  every family  which is Shoes. We all wear them including children to protect our legs and as a fashion statement.

Various designs of shoes as evolved over the years from various generation and it can only get better with the growing fashion Industry.

If we look back in the 50’s till 70’s our parents, aunties and uncles were rocking the boogie boogie shoes with the solid block heels in various designs.

Now, we have big manufactures and names of designers shoes that cost a fortune.  From Gucci, Miu Miu, Alexander McQueen, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo. …..

How else can you explain the shoe evolution when you can get a shoe that cost $15 million

Check out the world’s most expensive pair of shoes that cost $15 million

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This cost a staggering $15.1 million and are known to be the “world’s most expensive shoes”.

It is encrusted with large and extremely rare pink and blue diamonds, plus flawless white diamonds and another 1000 pointer diamonds. According to reports, the larger jewels alone are worth in excess of $13 million.

The creator, 35-year-old British designer Debbie Wingham, is known for making very expensive record-breaking items.  She shot to fame with the “Most Expensive Black Diamond Dress” in Dubai five years ago. The shoes will be her fourth “world’s most expensive” showcase, which includes the world’s most expensive cake, which she made in 2015.

The expensive shows were commissioned by a family from the United Arab Emirates, who wanted “a unique piece of diamond art for a loved one’s birthday gift,” according to a release from the artist.

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All of the diamonds in the shoes are set in platinum and the zips and the plaque underneath the shoes are solid gold. It took hundreds of man-hours to stitch them together, using 18-carat gold thread. Even the leather coating process was painted in 24-carat gold paint.

The flowers are made from leather, molded into the shape of Arabian jasmines, and also encrusted with diamonds. A rose gold accent was added to give a slight contrast. The gems are set in piped and quilted details, which resemble cake decoration.

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So would you rock this if you were given or remove the diamonds and  discard?

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