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Gossip Girl : The Girls’ Fashion :: Update

It’s 2009 and the fashions and styles of Gossip Girl’s leading ladies are still the talk of the town. Each female character on the show has her own unique style, be it laid-back, classy or quirky. Now Kidzworld helps you learn how to get the look of the girls from Gossip Girl!


Serena van der Woodsen

From the moment Gossip Girl aired, reformed party girl Serena van der Woodsen was an instant trendsetter. Her relaxed yet fashion-forward style proved she was the most bohemian girl of GG's Upper East Side. Always attending functions, Serena knows how to brush up properly while remaining true to her free-spirited take on fashion. Brunch at the Palace just wouldn't be acceptable without a light, airy dress such as this floral-print number:


Serena van der Woodsen

The ever-cool Serena knows how to keep it low-key for day with a denim vest over a tank and gray skinny jeans. Always letting her hair down, Serena rarely wears an updo, which adds to her relaxed look:

Serena van der Woodsen

Blair Waldorf

From the first episode of Gossip Girl, Blair Waldorf, has had a distinctively feminine and classy style. Headbands and frills have become her trademark. Blair attended brunch in a prim and proper white floral eyelet dress, topping it off it with pearl bracelets and the ever-present headband:


Blair Waldorf

Blair's signature bright tights and headband combo make an early appearance in Gossip Girl. Paired with flats, her school uniform and a matching cardigan and handbag, Blair is the quintessential Upper East Sider:


Blair Waldorf

Blair donned a floral Collette Dinnigan trapeze dress for season one's wedding scene. Though it's predictable Blair with the headband and flowers, it's far more formal and delicate than her day-to-day look:


Blair Waldorf

Vanessa Abrams

The girl with by far the quirkiest closet on Gossip Girl, Vanessa Abrams, is not afraid to mix patterns and color. With a lower budget and different sense of style than the Upper East Siders, Brooklyn-girl Vanessa marches to the beat of her own drum. Colored tights are a GG phenomenon not only reserved for the the infamous Blair—Vanessa also joins in on the trend. Blue tights, with a geometric-patterned dress, a bright orange coat, a patterned scarf, teal hoop earrings, and tan moccasin boots, Vanessa's outfits push the border of wacky, but always remain on the right side of cool:


Vanessa Abrams

Jenny Humphrey

Little Jenny Humphrey, the eager Gossip Girl character played by Taylor Momsen, strives to be one of the gang by donning bright tights, patterned socks, and the oh-so-essential headband. From the start, Jenny struggled to find herself amidst high-school hazing:


Jenny Humphrey

Slowly breaking away from her school-dictated style, Jenny tones down the ultragirly, ultrapreppy look for something a little bit wilder. No longer wearing headbands in abundance, Jenny looks less prep-school and more city girl. Her blue overcoat looks cool with this patterned scarf:


Jenny Humphrey
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orlibird
I totally feel the same way. The one guy I thought was interested friend-zoned me, so I've been kind of closed to relationships. One thing I've learned is not to jump into a relationship just because everyone else is. Just think, in 20 years they'll have all these bad memories of their many relationships, and you'll learn from their mistakes. Wanting to be in a relationship doesn't make you desperate either. You just feel a little left out. Trust me, I've been there. Don't feel alone. Being single, well, sucks, but don't worry, we've got your back, and I just know there's someone out there waiting to meet you.
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Hey Guys! I guess I'm just thinking out loud in a way, but hopefully some of you can relate to this. Sometimes we drift apart with some close friends, but that's not something to be hung up on. It's a part of life. Now I know that people can be mean and unreasonable but don't let them define who you are.  Here's my story. I met my best friend when I was 5 years old, we weren't very close when we first met, but as we got older, we realized we were "meant to be". We shared the same passions, liked the same music, and really had fun when we were together. We were best friends and everyone knew it.  As we got older, we started drifting apart from each other, I think we both realized this. We both had our lives together and we met new people. Slowly, we started losing contact, we spent less time together, and we started finding things that we didn't like about each other. That's when we stopped being friends and had a type of "hate" relationship that was very toxic.  Some of you might have been through this and other may not.  This is just some advice if you are going through it right now. It's a difficult time, and it's confusing. Trust me, I was so lost and upset at what happened that it became an obsession. I couldn't stop thinking about it, I let it take over in a way.  But it's okay to feel like that, everyone needs closure. Just don't let it control your life.  So I guess the first piece of advice is to keep yourself busy. Spend time with your other friends, spend time with your family, even your pets, and be the bigger person. Make new memories and just be a positive person. In my situation, I did not talk about her in a negative way, just simply told people we "drifted apart".  She didn't do this though, she made sure everyone knew she didn't like me and said a lot of things that weren't true or were some of my darkest secrets that she only knew. I'm not saying I'm a perfect person, I have flaws, everyone has flaws. That doesn't mean you're a bad person, you just made mistakes, but that's okay because you're human, it's how we learn and sometimes we just need a slap of reality to make us realize it.  I also was scared, I was scared that people believed some things she said about me, but honestly you need to realize that people don't really care. It sounds harsh but that's a good thing. Everyone has their own problems to deal with so don't worry about what other people think about you.  Just because your Ex Best Friend says you're a bad person it doesn't mean other people will think you are.  Anyways I hope this helps a little, keep slaying! <3 
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drowning posted in Style:
I buy a lot of my clothes from things such as Wish or places online such as Killstar, Disturbia, Dolls Kill, or Hottopic when I have coupons or they're having sales. I use Wish a lot due to how they have a lot of things that other sites have and there's always a chance they have what you're looking for. Just make sure on reviews and ratings, and you'd be fine.
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