When it comes to expensive choices there are celebrities that goes with them. In the world of glamour they manage to raise the bar every time whenever they do something. Here are the 10 most expensive dresses worn by the celebrities. They are valued either by production prices or by auctioned prices. Let’s get to know about them. Hint : non of them are below six figures
The pop singer wore a custom made latex dress by Givenchy.According to the experts the pearls in the dress are worth somewhere between 6000-8000 US dollars each. The actual price of the dress was not revealed seeing how the dress was decorated I think we all can agree that it belongs in the top 10.
9. Paris Hilton
The heiress wore an August Getty gown decorated with 500,000 Swarovsky crystals to the 2021 Hollywood Beauty Awards. It was priced at 270,000 US dollars.
8. Amal Cooney
Amal Clooney wore a custom made wedding dress by Oscar de la Renta for her wedding in 2014 which was priced at 380,000 US dollars.
7. Kate Middleton
The wedding of the prince William and Kate was the most extravagant wedding in the 2011. So was the bride’s wedding dress. Kate wore a custom made a lace-sleeved gown with an elegant train designed by Sarah Burton which priced at 400,000 US dollars.
6. Audrey Hepburn
I believe that most of you remember “Breakfast at the Tiffanys”, if you haven’t watched it yet I recommend you do. The iconic Givenchy black dress that was worn by Audrey Hepburn in the movie was auctioned in 2006 for 807,000 US dollars.
5. Julie Andrews
The sound of Music was one of the most iconic and famous movies in the history of Hollywood. The simple dress that the actress had worn during the filming of the movie had sold in an auction later for solid $1.5 million.
4. Nicole Kidman
The actress wore a beautiful embroidered golden yellow dress at 1997 Oscar’s by Christian Dior Haute Couture. It was worth $2 million.
3. Jennifer Lawrence
The actress wore an elegant blush ball gown in 2013 Oscar’s designed by Dior Couture appeared to be $4 million.
2. Marylin Monroe
The actress wore a stunning sheer glittering dress designed by Jean-Louis Berthaulto specially for the performance of “Happy birthday Mr. President” at John F. Kennedy’s 45th birthday party. Marylin Monroe paid $1,440 (equal to $12,000 in today’s) for the dress at the time. In 2016 Ripley’s Believe It or Not museum paid $4.6 million for the dress.
- Marylin Monroe
The first place of this list is won by non other than the iconic actress. The ivory pleated subway dress from the 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch sold for $5.6 million in a Beverly Hills auction in 2011.