Wearing the designer duds off Gwyneth Paltrow's back has been pretty impossible -- until now, that is.

The "Best Dressed" actress has handpicked items from her very own closet for a charity sale on her lifestyle site Goop. Every item you buy will benefit The Edible Schoolyard Project, The David Lynch Foundation or Pencils of Promise. As for the clothes? They're good and (relatively) cheap.

You can buy Gwynnie's purple Gucci purse for a mere $900, a fraction of the $1,390 retail price (but it's actually on sale for $625 on NeimanMarcus.com right now). Or you can snag her Camilla Skovgaard booties for $320, almost half their original price. Among other things, the face of Tod's is also selling a tote from the brand for almost $1,000 below market price. Is this, like, Gwyneth's version of The Outnet?

Of course, this isn't the "Glee" guest star's first time at the online sale rodeo. Gwyneth launched her "Goop Collection" last July with a $90 white T-shirt and has since added more clothing, jewelry and home goods to her inventory. Plus, she's in (relatively) good company, since fellow celebs like Kim Kardashian have taken to the web to sell their cast-offs in the name of philanthropy. Unlike Kimmy, however, all of the proceeds from Ms. Paltrow's sale will go to charity.

Perhaps Gwyn could also throw in a session with her celebrity trainer Tracey Anderson so we can actually fit into her clothes?

Check out some pieces from Gwyneth Paltrow's charity closet sale below and click over to Goop to shop the sale now.

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