Gwyneth Paltrow's Courtroom Outfits Were The Definition Of Stealth Wealth

She wasn't liable for Terry Sanderson's injuries, but Gwyneth Paltrow's courtroom attire slayed.

All cameras were focused on Gwyneth Paltrow over the last two weeks as the actor and wellness influencer appeared in Utah court over a ski collision that occurred in 2016. 

The Goop mogul and Academy Award winner chose to keep a low profile with outfits that said quiet luxury; she was ultimately found not liable for the crash, and the man who sued her was ordered to pay $1 and her legal bills. 

Also referred to as being "low-key rich" or having "stealth wealth," a term embodied by Succession, Paltrow's outfits embodied the phrase "money talks but wealth whispers." She consistently ditched logos. She traded gaudy prints and eye-catching trends for shades and fabrics that didn't scream, "I'm rich," but subtly mentioned it.

It was bespoke, and everyone noticed.

Day 1: Ray-Ban aviators, an opening statement piece

Day 2: Paltrow represents herself with her own clothing line

Day 3: A real law suit

Day 4: Goth chic

Day 5: It's giving Wednesday Addams

Day 6: Classy yet casual

Day 7: Funeral attire for the courtroom

Day 8: Yacht club aesthetic

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