According to the said survey, around 49% of online consumers prefer designer shoes over any other fashion accessory that they have. One interpretation of the survey is that despite the costs of designer shoes, relatively they are still the most affordable items in the world of designer apparel, sunglasses comes in second, followed by wallets, handbags and belts. Well known shoe designers, have used a variety of materials, from frosted silver leathers to Swarovski crystals and even diamond studs on their products. Among other materials that designers have used include one or combinations of the following: varieties of buckles, beads, feathers, furs, embroidery and a lot more. Really, sometimes the price of these designer shoes are already bordering on the absurd. Years before, a $200 pair of shoes were considered as already expensive and for the high and mighty. Nowadays, prices for a more "practical" and "normal" pair of expensive designer shoes usually range from $500 to $15,000 depending on the materials used. Aside from the actresses innate sex appeal and sexy outfits, these women are oozing with sex appeal because of their feet especially if they are wearing the designs of Manolo Blahnik. Designer shoes by Manolo are indeed considered as one of the sexiest selections of footwear today. After Carrie Bradshaw (Sara Jessica Parker) blurted out that Manolo designer shoes are the shoes to die for, women all over the world started to gaga over his unique creations. The first is Gucci. This company has been producing shoes and bags using genuine leather. Those who want to party can try to get Britt Mid Heel boots. This is easy to slip on since this can be zipped or unzipped from the size. This pair of boots isn t flat since it comes with 3-inch heels making the girl look sexy and tall in a room of crowded men. The only thing needed is a computer and an Internet connection so this can be monitored and another bid can be made should someone offer something higher. The person won t be able to fit the item so it is best to get something similar elsewhere to make sure the bid was worth it instead of just getting the item and in the end, not being able to use it.