Clothing is one of the basic needs in human beings life. Clothes keep us warm, make us look descent and of course cover our nakedness. However there are other individuals who not only purchase dress to satisfy the above basic needs but also for luxurious satisfactions and prestige. Such people buy clothes with luxurious price tag that no common man can afford. Therefore in this article, am going to present to you the most expensive dress in the world.
The dress is named Nightingale of Kuala Lumpur and costs around $30 million. What a huge amount! It was designed by famous Malaysian fashion designer Faiyzali Abdullah. This evening dress is made of a number of expensive commodities such as diamond. It is stunned with about 751 diamonds and Swarovski crystals weighing over 1,100 carats including 70 carats teardrop diamond.
The red gown ensemble of silk, Chiffon, taffeta and Satin. What an amazing dress! Below are amazing pictures of the dress.
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