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If we owned Hermès “Kelly, we’d do one of two things with it: never, ever bring it outside, keeping it in a climate-controlled glass case with security around it, or get inside it and expect it to take us to work (since the bag has the same price tag as many cars).
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We’re still trying to process the fact that sneakers with a Velcro strap cost nearly two grand. What’s much less shocking: that is the one who owns said sneakers (from Giuseppe Zanotti and embellished with Swarovski crystals).
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$3,327 CROP TOP
If you think that’s expensive, just imagine what Jason Wu top would have cost if it were a full shirt and not cut off at the belly.
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We’d pay a whole lot more than this to be kept cozy in the manner is accustomed to. (And just to be clear, we’re referring to having arms wrapped around us, not wearing this Isabel Marant “Noreen – though we’d gladly take that, too.)
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When faced with the decision of whether to drop a couple grand on a motorcycle or the motorcycle boots, Alessandra Ambrésio apparently opted for the latter, going for a pair of Saint Laurent “Rangers.
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No wonder never removes these Martin Katz “Toby” studs: If she accidentally misplaced one, she’d be out nearly 50 grand.
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Most people carry a teddy bear like a security blanket. may be the first person who needs security for her teddy bear. Her Tous “Bubble Bear” pendant, encrusted with diamonds, left the star’s wallet significantly lighter to the tune of 10K.
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On first glance, shoes appear to be a cute, casual pair of summer flats. Upon closer inspection, though, it turns out they re made by Maiyet and cost nearly seven Cs.
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Sure, it’s 100% cashmere and the print is cool, but is anyone else perplexed as to why fairly run-of-the-mill Schumacher blouse costs the equivalent of what some people pay in monthly rent?
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Further proof that is one of the luckiest women on the planet: She’s married to one of the few men on the planet who probably wouldn’t freak if she dropped a few hundred on heels. After all, has his own pair of ultra-pricey kicks: Christian Louboutin “Bruno” zipper-adorned shoes.
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Nina Dobrev looks like a million bucks in this outfit – and her Devi Kroell “Night Pochette” evening bag got her a good chunk of the way there.
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Normally, when we talk about an investment bag, we’re referring to one that costs a few hundred or maybe a couple thousand dollars, but for the price of Christina Hendricks’s five-figure Farbod Barsum purse, you could drive off with a brand new Prius (or, you know, pay off all those student loans).
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Perhaps used the money she saved on the material cut out of her dress to pay for her towering $1,595 Brian Atwood “Power Studs” pumps. Someone should tell her that a glue gun and some studs from the craft store can achieve a similar look.
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Sparkle star lived up to the film’s title in a Chagoury Couture gown that retails for a cool $15K – and that was before she had it customized with an additional 600 Swarovski crystals.
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What sets Leisure Society shades apart from that $5 pair we bought after leaving ours in the back of a cab? Oh, just the pure titanium arms, plated in white gold and accented with bone enamel frames. Let’s hope she’s less forgetful than we are!
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These megawatt Norman Silverman diamond sparklers might have just replaced as the thing we’d most like to steal from .
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Well, that’s one seriously expensive way to accessorize a basic LBD! Viola Davis selects a five-figure Katerina Maxine bracelet that features 18-karat white gold in a scalloped style and 6.87 carats of diamonds. Included in the price: The capacity to cause temporary blindness with nothing but a wave of the hand.
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What we wouldn’t give to walk a mile (fine, five feet and then we’d need a chair) in skyscraper striped Christian Louboutin heels. The black-and-white “Armadillo Bride” pumps were released to fête the shoe sovereign’s 20th anniversary, and have a limited-edition price tag to match.
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Don’t be fooled by low-key vibe. There’s nothing low about the price of her printed . On the bright side, they’re currently on sale, down from $312!
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In some places, $1,525 could cover your mortgage. But in L.A., dropped a cool 15 hundred on a perfectly broken-in TheEternal leather jacket, with zip sleeves and a hood, which she wears with a romper and Westward Leaning shades (hardly cheapies themselves at $295!).
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Her Sex and the City character was known to overspend on accessories and Sarah Jessica Parker is no different. She totes a Fendi “2Jours Elite, the perfect mom-on-the-go bag – that is, if mom happens to be a fabulously wealthy movie star.
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Putting those X-Men and Mad Men paychecks to use, January Jones strolls L.A. in casual flared denim, a striped tank – oh, and a nearly $600 Souchi cotton cardigan. For some, no price is too high for comfort, and apparently this actress is among them.
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What’s the perfect item to wear to debut your custom megawatt engagement ring? If you’re , it’s a money-is-no-object L’Agence silk blouse with a tie neck (left nonchalantly undone, of course).
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“Rock” of ages, indeed! The spends more on her ears (with dazzling Norman Silverman diamond hoops) than many people spend in a year.
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No ratty old tops for , who struts her stuff in a studded . Though with that price tag, we’re guessing she’s not actually planning to sweat in it.