She wanted to wear heels to prom that cost $6,000, so her sister got them for her for $40

Those of us who like shoes seem to have an irrational penchant for purchasing the most expensive pair available, even though we have no idea why this is the case. What’s a person to do who wants champagne but only has a beer budget?

The realization that you cannot afford something is humbling; while some people may still fork over the cash, it serves as a reminder that we can pursue our goals in less expensive ways. This is the tale of a young lady who, after much trial and error, finally figured out how to acquire her desired footwear without breaking the bank.

This high school senior wanted to wear the trendy new Daffodile Strass Louboutins to her prom, but the shoe’s $6,000 price tag was too much for her tight budget.

The six-inch heels and shimmering Swarovski crystals on these shoes are sure to turn heads. They are the most beautiful ankle breakers we’ve ever seen, but the girl’s ingenious older sibling allowed her to wear them for much less.

The girl’s dreams of attending the prom were realized with the help of a cheap pair of Steve Madden heels, some really strong glue, blue and red paint, blue rhinestones, and a lot of imagination. Spoiler alert: you won’t be able to tell the difference between the two pairs of shoes.

Did you like how the protagonist wasn’t going to bow down to the outrageous demands of well-known designers? If this sounds like something your fashionable friends would be interested in, please tell them about this story. It’s possible they’ll appreciate your assistance in the end.

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