Would you pay $3,175 for a sweaty sports bra?
Jennifer Lawrence's ‘Silver Lining Playbook’ costumes sell for high prices after bidding war comes to a close.
Being famous must be strange, because suddenly everyone wants something of yours, whether it’s your signature, a part of your massive fortune, or even your used sports bra that you recently sweat in.
Welcome to the world of Jennifer Lawrence. The Oscar winner has been creating a stir in the auction world this week when some of her outfits from 'Silver Linings Playbook' went up for sale.
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Among the costumes she wore that were for sale were custom-made white pants that she wore in a dance scene with Bradley Cooper, a Moda International black winter coat, and the most popular bidding item of all — Lawrence’s used 36C Gap sports bra and jersey top, which were worn in a dance competition scene with Bradley Cooper.
The sports bra-tank combo had 14 bidders fighting over the outfit, and it ended up selling for a whopping $3,175 by auction house Nate D. Sanders.
Tell us: Would you bid on this sports bra?
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Photos: Nate D. Sanders Auctions, Weinstein Company
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