Dresses are important for special events in our lives but how much are you willing to pay for them? Stay till the very end to find out. Make sure you subscribe to the channel so you know what to buy when you become the next billionaire. Let's start with the cheapest on this list which still cost as much as an average home in the U.S.A.
Number 12: Alexander McQueen Kate Middleton, 400,000
The price tag was fit for royal status but barely made it to this list. All eyes were on Kate Middleton’s gorgeous wedding as she became a part of the royal family.
Number 11: Kim Kardashian, Givenchy Wedding Dress, 500,000
Shouldn't be a surprise the Kardashian made it to this list. Kim wore a custom lace gown by Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci for her Florence wedding which took place in 2014.
Number 10: Victoria Swarovski’s Crystal Gown, 1 Million
If you’re a member of the Swarovski family then your wedding dress won’t be short of crystals. In 2017 Victoria Swarovski made her entrance into the cathedral with this amazing crystal gown worth over 1 million. Designed by Michael Cinco it featured half a million crystals that weighed roughly 100 pounds.
Number 9: Danasha Luxury Gown, 1.5 Million
In 2010 a gorgeous-looking gown was revealed at Miami International Fashion. The designer uses the most beautiful material to make this marvelous gown without adding gold and diamonds.
Number 8: Peacock Wedding Dress, 1.5 Million
This very unique dress will make you into a peacock. It took almost 2000 peacock feathers to make this wedding gown. An average male peacock sheds about 200 feathers each molting season. The designer must have collected the feathers of more than ten birds to make this dress.
Number 7: Alexander McQueen, Serena Williams, 3.5 Million
The tennis pro wearing Her Alexander McQueen dress designed by Sarah Burton, complete with a cascading cape and sweetheart neckline, makes history during that time as the most expensive wedding dress of all time at a whopping $3.5 million price tag. And this wasn’t even Williams’s only dress. She made two other changes over the course of the night.
Number 6: Marilyn Monroe Happy Birthday Mr, President dress 4.8 million:
Marilyn Monroe’s “Happy Birthday Song” at a fundraiser for President John F. Kennedy was one to be remembered in the entertainment history books. In Madison square garden 10 days before his actual birthday. As
Number 5: William Travelli, Marilyn Monroe, 5.6 million
This is probably the most iconic dress ever in entertainment and probably the one most of us had heard of. Her ivory pleated 'subway dress' from the much-loved 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch sold for $5.6 million in a 2011 Beverly Hills auction.
Number 4: YUMI KATSURA WHITE GOLD DRESS, 8.5 MILLION
Japanese designer Yumi Katsura always comes with the most enthralling designs. The gown is made of white gold and also contains limited 5-carat yellow diamond, and 8.8-carat emerald
Number 3: THE DIAMOND WEDDING GOWN, 12 MILLION
This gown should be named as a glittery wedding gown or sparkly wedding gown, this wedding gown made of full of diamonds. When the bride turns and moves, light shines off the diamonds and creates a beautiful sparkle. This beautiful dress contains 751 colorless diamonds.
Number 2: Hany El Behairy Bridal Gown, 15 million:
Egyptian designer showed his new custom creation in 2019. The dress took 800 hours and is embroidered with hundreds of diamonds. Ordered by the daughter of a rich Egyptian family. It
Number 1: Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur, 30 Million
Created by Malaysian designer Abdul Faisaly, The red chiffon dress is made with silk and is covered with 751 diamonds and Swarovski crystals. Weighing over 1,100 carats and includes a 70-carat teardrop diamond. The most expensive dress in the world.
What are the most expensive things in the world? Even the billionaires would think twice before purchasing these. Most of these things are probably out of our reach and only bought by collectors with deep pockets.
These luxury brands were created for the lifestyle of the rich and famous. Most of the things probably aren't practical but when it comes to billionaires that don't matter much for them they just get whatever they want.
These extravagant items are made from the worlds leading craftsmen using the rarest and most expensive materials to create. It is truly billionaire lifestyle and millionaire too if they have enough money.