Or at least that appears to be the thinking behind these limited edition Swarovski crystal embedded Dre Beats Studio Headphones. I'm sure they'd sound mighty fine, but I'm struggling to think of a set of headphones that I'd less likely to wear outside. Heck, I'm not sure I'd even wear them in front of my cat. Taste is relative, though, and if you're still keen, the Swarovski Light Rose Limited Edition Dr Dre Beats Studio Headphones could be yours for as little as $891. It's not like it's the first time there's been overpriced Dr Dre headphones, and they would be eligible for this week's Shooting Challenge I guess. [Crystal Rocked via Born Rich]
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