Learn How Much It Costs to Have a Wardrobe Like Lady Gaga

Mother Monster isn't shy about her expensive taste.

Being Mother Monster comes with a high price tag — especially when your presence commands respect and attention in the realms of music, art and fashion. Known for her sometimes less-than-orthodox choices in clothing — hello, meat dress? — Lady Gaga has become a staple of haute couture and costume chic. Just how expensive is it to be Gaga?

Click through to find out how much money Lady Gaga is made of — and how much of that is spent on fashion.

Walking the Red Carpet

Lady Gaga has had a number of standout ballgowns when it comes to the red carpet season, a splurge for anyone else, but just daily life for Gaga. The typical price range for a Gaga-chosen gown fetches anywhere from the lower end of $2,265 — like the glamorous Brandon Maxwell one-shoulder gown she donned for the 2015 Emmy Awards — or upwards of $15,000 for the custom-designed Marc Jacobs blazer ensemble she sported at the 2016 Grammys.

Keeping Warm

Keeping warm intersects squarely with style for Lady Gaga as she’s known to drop quite a chunk of change to have a stylish coat handy to bundle up in. When it comes to her outerwear, Gaga likes to change it up. She’s worn a bold, daring goat fur coat from designer Francesco Scognamiglio — priced at a cool $6,400. She also sported a likely over $3,675 Versace jacket for the 2016 Met Gala, making quite the statement for the “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” theme.

Bringing on the Bling

They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend — and by that metric, Lady Gaga has a pretty close circle of friends. She’s never one to shy away from getting iced out, even opting to wear millions worth of opulent jewelry. In 2016, she made her level of wealth very clear when she rocked over $8 million worth of emerald-cut earrings, sporting 90 whole carats of sparkle. Good news, though — Gaga was loaned them from designer Lorraine Schwartz for the Academy Awards, keeping her green firmly in one of her luxe pocketbooks instead.

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