Gwyneth Paltrow's GOOP Auction Includes The Burberry Studded Sandal (You Know You Want It)

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Selling off your old clothes is the new hotness, as tastemakers like Erin Wasson and Rachel Zoe have proven. Last week, dear 'ol Gwyn announced that she, too, is having her own GOOP auction (god, we will never get over that name). Though the site was inaccessible for many days, probably because of a mass feeding frenzy, it's up and running now, and we are liking what we see. Though you won't exactly find a Balenciaga piece for under $100 like you would at Erin's garage sale, we are still majorly coveting some of the pieces up for grabs. We've named our top 6, including the incredibly hard-to-find Burberry studded sandals from last spring, as well as the Chloe Bay bag, which is currently going for $527. All proceeds go toward the Robin Hood Foundation.
Above, clockwise from left: Chanel Mint Green Leather Quilted Handbag Bag Purse, current bid $1465; Roger Vivier Tartan Slouch Ankle Boots Heels, current bid $300; Proenza Schouler Black Suede Platform Shoes, current bid $208; Burberry Black Patent Studded Sandal Shoes, current bid $373; Chloe Paddington Dark Brown Leather Boots, current bid $281; Chloe Dark Brown Leather Large Quilted Handbag Bag, current bid $527.

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