Here's Everything We Know Gwyneth Paltrow Has Worn to Her Ski Accident Trial
The Goop CEO's courtroom outfits have been very on-brand.
Some of pop culture's most instantly iconic celebrity fashion moments took place in court: Winona Ryder wearing Marc Jacobs while on her trial for shoplifting Marc Jacobs, Naomi Campbell wearing an Azzedine Alaïa dress and matching cardigan while on trial for allegedly receiving blood diamonds, Alexis Neiers' hotly debated Louboutins or "little brown Bebe shoes."
Fast forward to today, and stars are still garnering fascination around what they wear in the courtroom, where they know they're going to be photographed. The latest example of this is Gwyneth Paltrow, currently on trial in Utah for a 2016 ski collision. Though the years-long proceedings have surely been tiresome for those involved, the actor and Goop CEO's outfits so far have been anything but. (Twitter's certainly had a field day with them.)
Here's what she's worn.
On Tuesday, March 21 — her first day of court — the bone broth enthusiast wore a cream-colored knit turtleneck and olive-toned wool coat, which some believe to be The Row.
Paired with $1,200 Celine lace-up boots and aviator Ray Bans (around $170, depending on customizations), the actor nailed a chic-yet-practical aesthetic.
On day two, Paltrow wore a G. Label by Goop belted cardigan, which is sold out on the brand's site but retailed for $595. She layered plenty of chunky gold jewelry on her wrists and neck, while also carrying what appears to be a brown leather Celine Big Bag (no longer made by the brand, but currently available on resale sites for just over $1,600).
The defendant wore what looks like a wool-mix grey double-breasted blazer with matching trousers on the third day in court. She accessorized with more gold jewelry, including a custom Foundrae necklace. (Goop sells a similar one for a casual $25,115, or you can customize your own here.)
Paltrow didn't skimp when it came to her notebook and water choices either, opting for a blue Smythson journal and large Mountain Valley glass bottle.
The star's Friday look — which she ended up testifying in — was unassuming and almost somber. She paired a dark navy polo sweater, possibly this $2,200 cashmere Prada number, with a navy midi skirt, tights and a chunky lug-sole boot — also Prada's and retailing for $1,450.
For the first session back after the weekend, Paltrow wore the same Prada boots as she did on day five, this time paired with a black-and white-outfit (better photo here). The actor wore what appears to be the G. Label Alisha V-Neck black cardigan over a crisp white button-up blouse and simple black maxi skirt.
On Tuesday, Paltrow embraced the leather pants trend with a wide-leg pair, likely the $895 Nappa Leather Culottes from Proenza Schouler White Label. She paired her same Celine boots from day one with what looks like another G. Label by Goop product: the Camila Bow Blouse, a blush pink top currently available for $425 on the Goop website.
It was back to black for Paltrow on day seven of the trial, which included testimony from her children, Apple and Moses. Wednesday's look included a black turtleneck with slightly puffed sleeves tucked into a pair of black belted high-waisted trousers – and the black Prada boots she's been alternating with her tan Celines throughout the trial.
For day eight, Paltrow stepped away from the neutral color palette in favor of a pop of vibrant color in the form of a royal blue velvet blazer, which seems like it could be Gucci. Layered underneath was a blue- and white-striped button-up blouse from none other than The Row, available for $1,190. Her tan corduroy trousers also appear to be from The Row.
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