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Breaking the Bank: The 4 Most Expensive Sunglasses on Earth

Ok here is a trivia question for you.  What are the most expensive sunglasses in the world?  The answer is the Dolce & Gabanna DG2027B sunglasses, which are priced at a whopping $383,600!  These are so pricey because the frames are made from solid gold, and the D&C logo is outlined in diamonds.  Yes you heard that right – gold and diamonds on your shades! 

Now obviously the D&C sunglasses are an extreme example of overindulgence, and unless you are a celebrity or a professional athlete these are going to be out of your league.  That said, there are plenty of other less-than-reasonably priced sunglasses on the market today that, while expensive, are at least somewhat affordable for the Average Joe.  Let’s have a look at a few examples.

One example is the Luxuriator Style 23, which will only set you back about $65K!  Why are these sunglasses so costly?  Because the temple bridge is made of buffalo ivory, and the frames are made from 18K gold and have over 130 diamonds in them – one of which is actually 2 carats! Too bad they are so damn ugly.

Moving down the price spectrum, next on the list is Moss Lipow sunglasses, which will not set you back too much at $3,800.  Moss Lipow is a semi-famous artist, and his artistic flair can clearly be seen on these sunglasses which are framed in alligator and ostrich leather.  Apparently Moss REALLY likes sunglasses, as his collection encompasses over 3 thousand unique frame styles. 

The last pair of sunglasses I will mention in this post only cost $1,350 – hey, now we’re talking!  These are the Chrome Hearts Kufunnaw sunglasses, which are made from pure titanium and embellished with silver and wood elements. 

I hope you enjoyed my summary of the most expensive sunglasses in the world.  Personally, I’ll stick with my Matrix sunglasses, but if you have money to burn then by all means check these shades out!

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