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by ZASTER editorial team

Stop. You. Firmly. This list of the best proves once again that expensive does not necessarily mean beautiful.

It sounds amazing, but according to Statista, Germans pay more attention to the price (56.6 percent) than the brand (39.5 percent) when buying their clothes. If you think about it more closely, this result is not surprising, as there has been a clear shift from class to mass. Of course, as many items as possible should end up in our wardrobes for around 100 euros a month on average in this country. While labels were still the be-all and end-all of an outfit when I was at school, brand names have become secondary thanks to the high street giants such as Zara, H&M and Mango. It is the look that counts.

The products on this list of the best would probably never find their way into our shopping carts one way or another. As impressive as the prices may be, very few of the most expensive products in the world are visually convincing. But what is it called so beautifully? You can't buy style. And if you really want it to be really expensive, just add as many diamonds as possible. Finished!

The most expensive wedding dress in the world ...

... was set with half a million Swarovski stones and, as fitting, was worn by the heiress of the gemstone empire herself. In 2017, Victoria Swarovski married entrepreneur Werner Mürz in an 800,000-euro dress by Michael Cinco - and has since held the record for the most expensive wedding dress in the world.

The most expensive bra ...

... comes, surprise, from the American lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret. With a value of The Heavenly Star (2001) and the Sexy Splendor (2005) share 12.5 million euros each this title, with only the latter receiving a place in the Guiness Book of Records. The Fantasy Bra has been the highlight of Victoria's Secret fashion shows since 1996.

The most expensive jeans ...

... wasn't really nice, but obviously valuable. The model of the (now defunct) fashion brand Secret Circus, set with five large and ten small diamonds, was presented during London Fashion Week Auctioned for a whopping $ 1.3 million in 2008 to an unknown bidder. Well then…

The most expensive pair of shoes ...

... does not come from Stuart Weitzmann. Even if the designer definitely dominates the top ten most expensive shoe models in the world. (Just google it!) No, the most expensive shoes come from the Jada Dubai fashion house and cost an incredible 17 million euros. The Passion Diamond Shoes come with 236 diamonds, two of which are pure diamonds of 15 carats each. A successful PR stunt - because it is questionable whether a buyer will ever be found.

The most expensive t-shirt ...

... goes not only to our monetary but also moral pain threshold. Because the 91,500 euro T-shirt from the Spring / Summer 2013 collection by the French luxury house Hèrmes is made of pure crocodile leather - difficult subject.

The most expensive dress in the world ...

… Is a robe by the designer Debbie Wingham. The dress is modeled on an abaya, a traditional Islamic garment, and is set with a red diamond, which alone is worth over seven million euros. In addition, over 3,000 other precious stones, diamonds and rubies were processed. Fun Fact: Debbie Wingham is also the creator of the world's most expensive cake. Is this a successful scam?

The most expensive Oscar dress ...

... made a very impressive performance. The Dior robe worth four million euros was worn by actress Jennifer Lawrence during the 2013 Academy Awards. When she set out to receive her Acadamy Award, she rushed on the steps to the stage - which was later held up as a successful PR stunt for Dior. By the way: the famous golden Oscar is worth just 300 dollars. Ouch?

The most expensive headgear ...

… . The Pope's tiara, valued at around ten million US dollars, is actually the most expensive headgear in the world. However, it is not available for purchase. That's just the hat Chapeau D’Amour of the British hat maker Louis Mariette. Made from platinum and diamonds, it has a value of almost two million euros. However, it makes you look a bit like a crazy chicken. A very valuable, crazy chicken.

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