If you're a bride-to-be whose budget happens to be over $2m for wedding dress alone, this creation will be music to your ears.
If you - like other 99.9 percent of us - are definitely not in the above category, it's still incredibly interesting to see how far a spare couple of mill can get you in the bridal department.
Last week, Reem Acra debuted its spring 2018 collection at Tiffany & Co.’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York.
The range included a gown which was hand-stitched with 5,500 Swarovski crystals (taking over 2,800 hours to make) and another which came complete with built-in bracelets and a vintage-like crystal belt.
But it was the finale dress which really had people talking.
A relatively simple design upon first glance, the strapless white satin dress was left bare by Reem Acra, only to be adorned with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Diamond drop earrings, dragonfly brooches, and giant butterflies cover the gown, amounting to 165 carats of diamonds and 61.91 carats of gemstones.
The cost? A cool $2.14m AUD ($1.61m USD).
A girl can dream, right?