Gwyneth Paltrow releases lavish holiday gift guide

Dominique Charriau/WireImageGwyneth Paltrow launches the Printemps Christmas Decorations Inauguration In Paris at Printemps Haussmann on November 7

Dominique Charriau/WireImageGwyneth Paltrow launches the Printemps Christmas Decorations Inauguration In Paris at Printemps Haussmann on November 7

It’s almost Christmas, so it must be time for Gwyneth Paltrow’s ridiculously out-of-reach gift guide.

According to the actress’ blog, Goop, here’s what you should be putting on your Amazon wish list: (Most of her picks are sold in British pounds, which we have converted to dollars): $563 for three monogrammed letters on your silk pajamas (PJs sold separately) from Bespoke, $737 tea set from Tom Dixon, a deck of Hermès playing cards and a $175 paperweight from Kimberly McDonald.

Hopefully Kmart will let you set up a layaway plan.

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