- Pinay celebrities didn't only flaunt their gowns and jewelries, they also wore the best shoes there are in the market
- There were pumps, slip-ons, and slingback sandals which gave the starts the oomph
- The price tags of their shoes simply aren't for those with faint hearts
The ABS-CBN Ball was not just an affair of the most glamorous gowns and jewelries, it was one which also showcased the most dazzling pairs of shoes.
No need to focus much on the gents because it's the women who clearly took the center stage.
Most of them had customized heels, and some specifically chose their favorite designers.
Here are the seven Pinay celebs who clearly rocked the pumps!
Judy Ann Santos
It was said that Juday wore millions worth of jewelry at the ABS-CBN Ball. It seems that her Maison Valentino acrylic glass-heel suede sandals also takes the cake with a price tag of P 83,556. It was reported in PEP that the pair is sold out on barneys.com.
With a simple and elegant look, Kath slayed the night with her Rene Caovilla's Cleo heels. The pair was worth P75,000.
Not to be outdone, the glamorous actress chose YSL's Era glitter pumps. It is part of the 2018 Fall/Winter collection. The pair is priced at P59,000. Just swipe to see her photos.
Looking glam as ever, Julia shone well with her Giuseppe Zanoti glitter slingback sandals. The pair fetches a likewise jaw-dropping price of P40,424.47.
The Exes Baggage actress is a sure winner with her Maeva Pearl S Sandals by Nicholas Kirkwood. According to PEP, Angge's shoes cost P55,000.
Although the price was not mentioned, Catriona's high heels were designed by Jojo Bragais. It perfectly complemented her Mak Tumang gown.
Patronizing Philippine-made products, Maymay proudly wore custom-made platform heels by Nereku, priced at P8,500.
Indeed, the ABS-CBN Ball is one night of glamour and the most expensive shoes there is in the Philippines!
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