The Most Expensive Katy Perry Outfits

Katy Perry has wowed the fashion world since she burst into the music industry in 2008 with her hit single “I Kissed a Girl”. Known for her outrageous costumes and wild red-carpet ensembles, fans get plenty of entertainment from the 29-year-old’s fashion choices on and off the stage. She told People magazine that she isn’t influenced by others, that she simply knows what looks good on her body.

Whether it’s bright blue hair, tiny jumpsuits, huge hair bows or goth-style gowns, she’s been there and done that. With an estimated net worth of $55 million and plenty of attention around the world, she’s been spotted wearing some of the world’s top haute couture. Dresses worn by Perry are worth as much as $100,000 and she’s also known to have a taste for extravagant accessories including diamond teeth “bling”.

This ultimate fashion risk-taker has recently announced her 2014 world tour to promote her latest album, “Prism”. We’re braced for another round of crazy costumes in the year ahead. In the meantime though, let’s take a look back through some of Katy Perry’s wildest get-ups to date. Before you buy your tickets to Katy Perry’s Prismatic tour (which could easily set you back $100 or more depending on the venue), take a moment to reflect on these top 10 eye-popping items and get a taste of what’s to come.

5. Plunging Neckline – $5,500 Gown

Perry was one of few celebs who ignored advice ahead of the 2013 Grammys which asked attendees to “tone down” the revealing nature of outfits. Another celebrity singer who went all out despite the warning was Jennifer Lopez. Perry walked the red carpet in a mint green, full-length Gucci dress, with a big front keyhole revealing a whole lot more than just her neckline.

Despite showing off her curvy assets, this may not have been the pop star’s most outrageous outfit ever. However, it sure was outrageous considering that memo! The dress has a floral neckline with colored topaz crystals, and it was available for purchase at the time on Gucci’s website for $5,500.