Gwyneth Paltrow prefers outfits with preppy vibes
Gwyneth Paltrow is sentimental when it comes to jewellery, and will never be without her Jennifer Meyer rings or Cartier Love Bracelet.
Gwyneth Paltrow views her personal style as a cross between conservative and edgy.
The American actress cemented her place as a Hollywood style star when she wore a pink taffeta Ralph Lauren dress to the 1999 Academy Awards, the year she bagged her Oscar.
These days Gwyneth is more likely to be seen in sharp suits or slim cuts dresses from high end designers. And the blonde star knows exactly what she likes when it comes to selecting outfits.
"My personal style is at the intersection of preppy and experimental,” she mused to Harper’s Bazaar. “I recently purchased a Valentino army jacket with rockstuds that I can't wait to wear.”
She adds that her go-to look at the moment is an Atlantique Ascoli top and Dries Van Noten superwide jeans. Though Gwyneth may like to change up her style regularly, she’ll never be seen without her favourite jewellery.
"I have a stack of Jennifer Meyer pinkie rings that I never take off, and a Cartier Love Bracelet that my godparents gave me for my 40th birthday. I am very sentimental about jewellery,” she shared.
Gwyneth launched goop.com in 2008 and while style has always been a key element to the lifestyle company, it’s only now that it has its very own fashion line, called goop Label.
Based on a see now, buy now business model, goop Label will drop up to five new basics every month, all of which are developed and produced in Italian factories.
The most current collection features a black dress and navy coat, which are based on some of the 44-year-old’s favourite wardrobe staples for the season.
"October is one of those tricky transitional months," she explained. "Impetuous temperatures from day to day, the advent of layers, plus longer nights that are full of promise. It adds up to wardrobe essentials that have to work a little harder to meet the challenge and their flexibility makes them all the more valuable."
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