Sneaker heads, rejoice: if you've never stepped into a pair of Gucci's pricey Ace kicks, a new app will let you do just that, virtually. 

According to Footwear News, the app uses your phone's camera to project the sneakers via augmented reality -- meaning you point your camera down at your feet and voila, you're "wearing" $700 sneakers. 

You can even upload pics of you wearing the kicks to social media. 

The tech is the brainchild of a company called wannaby, which developed its own app called Wanna Kicks that lets you try on shoes from Adidas and Nike.

They've also got a Wanna Nails AR app lets users virtually "try on" different manicures. 

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