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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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I'm an older sister to a 13 year old brother. Neither of us really agree on much, either. I prefer this, he prefers that. I prefer that, he prefers this. It's natural regarding age differences. Even just a years worth can hold plenty. It's best to meet in the middle with things. Like, my brother and I for instance don't really agree on anything. But, it's good to meet somewhere with things to do together whether its agreeing on a movie to watch or playing a video-game together. Even drawing or helping each other out with something. Just keep in mind, when it comes to this, you won't always want to do what they want.
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