As you probably have heard, Gwyneth Paltrow is currently in a Utah court for a trial regarding a ski accident that happened many years ago.
According to Forbes, "Paltrow is in court this week over allegations she crashed into retired optometrist Terry Sanderson on a Park City, Utah, ski slope, breaking his ribs and causing permanent brain damage (Paltrow instead claims Sanderson crashed into her and filed a counterclaim, seeking just $1 in damages and attorney’s fees). Sanderson, 76, claims the incident, which took place in February 2016, was a hit-and-run and is suing for $300,000 (he initially sued for $3 million)."
During the trial, however, a lot of us have had our attention directed to the original it-girl and her chic and minimal looks that feature Prada, the Row, and her $250 notebook (respect).
So let's take a look at Gwyneth's court room style, and although we aren't trying to get money from her, we can try to take inspo from these looks.
I love a quality white sweater, and I love this one. It's so chic and simple, with a loose turtleneck and mid length sleeves. It looks so cute and so comfy, the perfect combo (especially for court).
Her sweater is G. Label by Goop, but you can find a similar one on ASOS.
Her personalized notebook is from Smythson but in case you also wanted a notebook like this but you aren't Gwyneth Paltrow and didn't want to spend almost $300 on it, this is almost an exact copy from Amazon, for $10.
Later on, Gwyneth graced us in this chic grey suit with her sparkling water and stacked gold necklaces. She looks so good and I especially want her top and that heart necklace.
Is this fashion week or what? I feel like I'm sitting front row at The Row. Or Prada since that's where these black chunky boots are from. They come to around $1300, but in case you want to find a similar pair, I like these ones from NA-KD since they are practically identical.
I never realized how good Gwyneth was at stacking gold jewelry, but I guess she is a pro. I love her bracelets and I need to get my hands on that stack. This brown leather bag is great for carrying books or a laptop or just for when you need a chic oversized bag.
A lot of her jewelry is from Foundrae, and retails to around 3,000 to 11,000 dollars per piece. Some similar pieces you can get to recreate this stack are this chunky gold chain and this nameplate one, both similar to what she has on.
Her white cardigan is so cute, and I love this similar-ish piece from Reformation. It isn't really the same at all, but it feels like it would be this sweater's daughter or just the younger, more cheeky version. Oh, also, it's great for the ballet coquette girls on here.
And depending on how long this trial goes on and how many more times Gwyneth has to serve looks, I'll keep you updated, so stay tuned.