Check out the world’s most expensive wedding dress that retails at $ 2.14 million

Mixed emotions are every bride-to-be’s wedding partner. And here to add a dash of jealous green to their already frenzied emotional palate is American Designer Reem Acra who recently unveiled an ultra-glamourous and uber-expensive wedding dress that can only be owned by most their fantastical world of dreams! If you still have the gumption to ask us the price, the spectacular gown costs up to $ 2.14 million, making it the most expensive wedding dress in the world!

The gorgeous gown comes in a shining white silhouette and is embroidered with stunning diamond dragonfly brooches and giant butterflies, sourced exclusively from Tiffany and Co. While a price tag this heavy can make you want to own the world, the exclusive gown makes up for it by at least letting you have half the gems of the universe with emblazonments worth a whopping 165 carats of diamonds and 61.91 carats of gemstones. By designing a dress of this stature, Acra aims at celebrating the glamour and empowerment of women in all spheres.

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The luxurious dress was recently presented at a show held at the Tiffany & Co. flagship on Fifth Avenue. If statistics are any evidence, the $ 2.14 million dress is priced 144 times more than the average amount of money women in the UK would spend on their wedding gowns. But if you are a crazy enough bride with massive stash to spare, here’s your chance to be the bride-boss who in all probability would also go broke by the end of it all!

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