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Anna Wintour's Vogue wardrobe allowance tops €200k

Anna Wintour in Prada at the 2012 Met Gala
Caitlin McBride

Caitlin McBride

It pays to be Anna Wintour - literally.

The US Vogue Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director at Conde Nast is expected to be the most stylish woman at every A-list event she attends.

And with high fashion come high price tags.

It has been reported that Wintour's clothing budget, allocated by publishers of the style bible, has surpassed €200,000 annually.

How has she spent they money?

Anna in a floral sequinned Chanel gown at the 2013 Met Gala

Cost: $30,000

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Anna in a portrait printed Prada coat at Girls' season premiere in January 2014

Cost: $60,000

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Let's not forget her Manolo Blahnik nude strappy sandals, which she has been sporting for nearly a decade

Cost: $76

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Anna Wintour attends the seventh annual CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York, on Monday, Nov. 15, 2010. (AP Photo/Peter Kramer)

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