And all you need is $450,000 for the whole collection.
Got money? Great! Then has Gwyneth Paltrow got a deal for you. The actress and Goop founder shared her pick of spring wardrobe essentials on her website earlier this week, and the grand total of her promoted purchases is a whopping $458,003.
In the post, the Iron Man actress, who introduces her eight fun springtime looks in a feature highlighting NET-A-PORTER staples, shares some of her favorite trends for the warm-weather season, including punk-inspired leather jackets and colorful skirts.
"Perfect for work, team an eye-catching and colorful skirt with your workwear basics," Chris Martin's wife writes, highlighting a $855 McQ Alexander McQueen butterfly skirt.
The perfect accessory to accompany the pretty print? A printed iPad sleeve for $225 or a braided 18-karat gold-plated cuff for $465, she shares.
A more casual look can be easily created with a $425 plain white leather Theyskens' Theory tank top or, alternately, a $865 Stella McCartney white jersey top.
And for just $1,615, shoppers can add a gorgeous Temperley London satin-and-tulle maxi skirt to their wardrobe.
"For a night in with guests, a long skirt manages to look dressed up while still conveying a relaxed feel," she explains.
Paltrow came under fire earlier this week after fellow actress and mother Jessica Alba pointed out that Paltrow's more privileged background made her website slightly less accessible.
"Alicia Silverstone is a vegan, so she's the extreme side of it," Alba, 31, told the New York Daly News about other celebrities' lifestyle brands and sites. "Gwyneth Paltrow probably lives a very similar lifestyle, but I didn't grow up with a bunch of money, so my tips are much more grounded: repurposing things and making things at home."