So the impossible has finally happened, you’ve won the Euromillions jackpot and now £100 million better off. So what can you actually buy for £100,000,000? You can fund your football team’s next transfer, buy Scarlett Johansson’s company for a day or even invest in the stock market. These options are either a waste of money or quite dull. If you really want to live the high life and squander your winnings on fast cars, extravagant houses and incredible fashion then look no further than our millionaire’s shopping list.

Now that you’ve become a multi-millionaire, your two bedroom flat doesn’t seem quite to your tastes. Let’s start with some big-time property to put to your name. £39,500,000 can buy you a mansion in the heart of London, Mayfair to be precise. With 13,564 square foot of luxury, an exquisite terraced garden, two storey reception hall, media room, gym, swimming pool, eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and a garage, this mansion is a good place to start your spending spree. In case the weight of all that money lining your pockets is preventing you from climbing the stairs there is also a private elevator.

So you’ve purchased a stunning property in London, why stop there? Every multi-millionaire needs a place in the sun to escape to. For this option we have chosen a mansion in Italy (near Verona). Located in the Valpolicella region, this unbelievably picturesque property comes with 18 bedrooms, a functioning vineyard, winery and farm which will bring in roughly £105,000 annually which will cover the cost of maintaining the building and grounds for the year. It could be yours for £13,300,000, check it out here:

You have bought two amazing properties and now you need something to get you from A to B. There’s no point having two mansions if you can’t fly between them. First on our list in regards to transport is a private jet (of course!). We have chosen the Bombadier Learjet 60XR which will set you back £7,303,000 though private jets can be far more expensive or far cheaper. Get it here:

Okay, you have a private jet for your long distance travel needs but what will you use to get to that exclusive party on the other side of the city? You can’t use your jet and people as rich as you don’t sit in traffic like common folk. A helicopter it must be then! The AugustaWestland AW109 Grand Versace VIP has an interior designed by Versace, a top speed of 177mph and a range of 599 miles. This is really going to help with your gallant entrance to the soirees you will be attending. If you’re considering meeting the £3,400,000 asking price then you can find it here:

You’ve conquered the air, time to turn your attention to the sea. What person of your new found stature does not have a yacht? The Arno Koji yacht is the ideal place to start. Sail with pure luxury for weeks with this unbelievable boat. Got £5,740,000 going spare? Find it here:

Is it time to talk about cars yet? This is the moment you’re actually allowed to turn into a five year old in a toy shop. Obviously it would be foolish to only buy one car, you need at least two per property, a track car would be a good choice for the weekends and some old classics are always worth it for showing off in. The first we have chosen is a modern take on a classic. You may recall the Eagle E-Type Speedster receiving high praise on an episode of Top Gear (before the show was snatched from our screens). This piece of pure beauty, worth £650,000, is a reincarnation of the E-Type Jaguar which gives a level of reliability that the old models can no longer offer.  In the words of Jeremy Clarkson this is the “most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen”. Check it out here:

Time for a bit of excess! If you have more money than you can comprehend, what sort of car do you buy? The fastest road car on the planet of course! The Bugatti Veyron Vitesse will cost you roughly £1,360,000 and will offer in return 1,200bhp, 0-60mph in 2.6 seconds, a top speed of 255mph and four wheel drive. What are you waiting for? Get one now:

If you are going to be driving around the valleys and hills of rural Italy then you’re going to need an appropriate car to do it in. The 1958 Ferrari 250 GT ‘Tour de France’ Berlinetta is quite possibly the best option. 250 brake horsepower, V-12 engine, four speed manual gearbox and four wheel hydraulic drum brakes make this a masterly crafted machine. This is not just a car, it is a piece of art. For £2,400,000 it does not come cheap but it’s worth every penny. Check it out here:

Now for something to help you embrace your inner primitive self; enter the Aston Martin Vulcan. This is a beast so vicious and beautiful that it will make you a celebrity on the track. This limited edition car is beyond rare, there are only 24 in the world. To own this track-only car, you must be a highly skilled driver and meet the £1,500,000 price tag. This machine offers 800 brake horsepower, a 7.0 litre V12 engine, rear mounted Xtrac six-speed sequential gearbox, carbon fibre propeller shaft, pushrod suspension with anti-dive geometry, carbon ceramic racing disk brakes and Brembo racing callipers. I can hear you purring from here! Read all about it:

Wipe the drool from your chin prepare to be amazed. A property in Italy is as good an excuse as any to warrant the purchase of a Lamborghini Aventador. The Anniversario 50° brings you a rarer, bolder, faster and more aerodynamic version of the standard model. There are only 100 models made and sold worldwide so this car will not be a regular sight on the roads. The Anniversario 50° offers a 6.5 litre V12 engine, 720 brake horsepower, a top speed of 217mph and can go from 0-60mph in 2.8 seconds. For £326,000 it can be yours.

So you have two houses, a private jet, helicopter, boat and numerous cars to your name. It’s time to start dressing like a millionaire. The first step is to get some killer suits for the exclusive parties that you’ll now be attending. Here’s our pick, (from right to left): Vivienne Westwood Navy Jacket with Chain, Holland Esquire Stone Pipe Jacket (89239), Vivienne Westwood Blue Chequered Blazer, Vivienne Westwood Grey Jacket with Chain, Hugo Boss Navy Hutsons Jacket (80779), Acne Studios Aaron Blazer, Vivienne Westwood Blue Jacket with Chain.

Now onto casual clothing, every millionaire will need some statement hoodies and sweatshirts. Here are some of our favourites (from left to right): Versace Collection Black Neoprene Hoodie, Michael Kors Black Mesh Hoodie, Versace Collection Black Neoprene Crew Neck Sweatshirt, McQ by Alexander McQueen Black Swallow Sweat Hoodie, Michael Kors Black Mesh Tracksuit Top, Versace Collection Black Leather Trim Zip Hoodie, Blood Brother Black Core Hoodie.

Nothing says authority and importance better than a well fitting, smart polo shirt. Whether you will be lounging around in the sun or out shopping, you can’t go wrong with these additions to your wardrobe (from left to right): McQ by Alexander McQueen Blue Polo Knit, Orlebar Brown Navy Felix Polo Shirt, Moschino Black Multi Logo Polo Shirt, Vivienne Westwood Red Orb Logo Long Sleeve Polo Shirt, Hugo Boss Black Ancona Polo Shirt, McQ by Alexander McQueen Black Logo Polo Shirt, Vivienne Westwood Coral Basic Logo Polo Shirt.

To get the right look for your millionaire’s outfit, a lavish coat or jacket is a must. There are so many exquisite options to choose from but here’s our pick of the best (from left to right): Vivienne Westwood Black Faux Fur Lapel Overcoat, DSquared2 Navy Nylon Zip Jacket, Barbour International Black Velocity Casual Jacket, Versace Collection Black Leather Trim Biker Jacket, Billionaire Boys Club Black Varsity Bomber Jacket, Versace Collection Navy Woollen Jacket, Belstaff Navy Roadmaster Jacket.

Complete your extravagant outfits in style with this selection of footwear. From left to right: Versace Collection Black Loafer (81790), DSquared2 Black Leather Snakeskin Trainer, Giuseppe Zanotti Black Buckle Hi-Top Trainer (81134), Giuseppe Zanotti Black Hi-Top Trainer (80895), Versace Collection Black Hi-Top Leather Trainer, Mason Garments Bordo Tia Mid Leather Snakeskin Trainers, Hugo Boss Black Auten Loafers.

Add the finishing touch to your look with our pick of accessories, perfect for any millionaire. From left to right: Hugo Boss Black Leather Macro Bag, Versace Collection Black Reversible Belt, Paul Smith Accessories Black Patterned Tie, Vivienne Westwood Silver Orb Cufflinks (84068), Barbour Green Tartan Telescopic Umbrella, Vivienne Westwood Black Card Holder.

And finally…
So from your £100,000,000 jackpot winnings you have bought two incredible properties, a private jet, helicopter, boat, five cars and a suave new wardrobe. Money well spent! You still have £24,500,000 left from your winnings… time to make a sizable donation to charity!