07. 09. 2007
Dress your shoelaces in diamonds
Sigh. Don't you hate it when you have an extra $7500 laying around and you don't know what to do with it?
If so, then I can't relate to you at all. But what I can do is suggest an outrageous way to spend what could otherwise help finance a child's future education: KickBars, sparkling adornments for your shoelaces. They can be custom designed and purchased with two carats of rubies, emeralds, or other stones, but the original ones are made of 54 round-cut diamonds (VS1 clarity, G color) set into 14K white gold.
Now, I'm not sure if the $7500 market price is for a single KickBar or a pair, but really, the more important question to ask here is this: What the heck are your shoelaces made of? Because if the answer isn't "crushed diamonds spun into thread," then diamond-studded shoelace clips are pretty silly.