By now, you've probably scrutinized every Met Gala gown that came across last night's star-studded red carpet and narrowed down your favorites.
From Kate Bosworth's spangly Balmain minidress to Chanel Iman's elegant black-and-white organza number, several of these gorgeous gowns are certainly going down in fashion history—and now, they can be yours!
That's right, starting today, Moda Operandi, one of the sponsors of the event, has released an online trunk show selling several designer dresses (Olivia Wilde's sexy Calvin Klein design, Emma Watson's cutout dress by Prabal Gurung, Taylor Swift 's J. Mendel stunner and more!) from the fashion affair, tempting us all to max out our credit cards on the spot.
As you may have guessed, the gowns don't come cheap and require a hefty deposit to stake your claim on some couture of your own.
Or, if you're looking for a slightly more affordable buy, you'll be pleased to know that Topshop, who dressed Nicole Richie, Jaime King, Julianne Hough, Jourdan Dunn and Julianne Hough last night, is also making their custom Met Gala designs accessible to the masses as well.
Question is, are you willing to plunk down some serious dough for a celebrity gown that everyone's already seen?