Reporting with Natasha Korecki
IRS agent Shari Schindler is showing a breakdown of the Blagojevich family's expenditures between January 2002 and Dec. 9, 2008, the date Rod was arrested.
She has 10 categories of expenses, ranging from mortgages to travel to groceries to private school tuition for Blago's two daughters.
But the Blagojevich family spent the most on clothing -- more than $400,000 in that six-year period.
Most was for adult clothes, Schindler said.
Of the top 15 payees from 2002 to 2008, four were clothing-related, including more than $205,000 in spending at Tom James Clothing/Oxxford -- a custom clothing, custom suit maker.
It's the second biggest individual payee on the list, only below their mortgage company.
Saks Fifth Avenue, Geneva Custom Shirts and Neiman Marcus also make the top 15.
Jurors are seeing list after list of the Blagojevich's purchases: $744 on shoes at Neiman Marcus, $214 on ties at Saks, $575 for underwear and ties, also at Saks -- all on the same day, Sept. 12, 2008.
Many purchases of similar items are just days apart. Lists show thousands of dollars of spending on running shoes and ties.
In the courtroom, everyone now appears to be checking out Rod's tie -- it's light blue with a dark design.
It's not the first time he's worn it. Rod's repeated his ties -- a lot -- during the trial.
Judge James Zagel has called a lunch break -- court will start back up around 1:30.