A $2 million day in the luxurious life of Scott Disick

Scott Disick with bowtie on the red carpet

Scott Disick (or do we need to refer to him as Lord Disick?) is living the life of a king. The Kourtney & Kim Take Miami star and father of Kourtney Kardashian’s two children is known for his over the top antics and dapper wardrobe, but there’s much more to this reality star’s daily routine and in a new interview with Haute Living, Scott is giving fans a glipse of what it is like to be him.

Every morning at 10a.m., Scott wakes up and heads off to the shower where he starts his day with a scrub down and shave. After he finishes in the shower, Scott moisturizes his glowing skin with Crem de La Mer, which retails for a whopping $275 per 2 oz. jar.

Next, Scott heads to the closet where he choses an ensemble. Typically, he can be seen sporting one of his many Tom Ford suits which can cost up to $5,000 — no one said looking good came cheap..

Shockingly enough, Scott’s suit choice is actually not the most important decision for him. That title belongs to his watch options. “If the day is professional and I know I have important meetings or am closing a business deal, I will wear what feels to be the most successful of my watches: a Patek Philippe,” Scott boasts. A Patek Philippe watch can retail anywhere from several hundred thousand dollars to $1 million.

Once his wardrobe is complete, Scott has one last decision to make before leaving home and that’s figuring out which of his luxury vehicles he will drive. Of one of the more elaborate choices is Scott’s Rolls Royce Drophead Convertible, which costs nearly $500,000.

All of this adds up to nearly $2 million dollars — and that’s just for one day. But don’t this former book cover model is living off his millionaire baby mama. Scott has his own thing going.

“I have done a lot of private label manufacturing in the nutrition biz and have raised money for startup companies,” Scott explains. “I tend to invest money into nightlife businesses the friends of mine that are involved in nightclubs and what not.”

web analytics