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Gossip Girl Season 4 Episode 2

Sep 20, 2010

Before returning home from Paris, Serena must decide between two potential boyfriends: Nate and Dan. But maybe the guys will simplify things and make the decision for her. Meanwhile, a body has washed up on a Parisian shore with Chuck’s wallet. Could it really be him? That would explain why he’s been M.I.A. lately. Now it’s up to Serena to go and identify the body.


Gossip Girl Fashion

Let’s begin with the biggest, boldest, most beautiful outfit of the episode, shall we? Blair’s stunning red Oscar de la Renta gown—a gift from her date, the Prince! Even some of Manhattan’s elite would take a financial hit on this one: it retails for $8,990!


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Serena sports her second pair of high-waisted pants this season---straight from the Tibi Spring 2010 collection. She couples the pants with a Joie Saunders metallic stripe tank top and an Emilio Pucci Spring 2010 metallic jacket that is not skimpy on the shoulder pads.


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Vanessa Abrams goes pattern crazy with her combination of Bohemian-style red flowered Suno Godet shorts, and her blue flowered top. She accessorizes with Dannijo Zuma, Loma and Hermosa braceets, and a colourful Stephen Dweck beaded necklace.


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Spotted! Blair’s final outfit of the episode was just that---a Bensoni Spring 2010 polka dot dress, coupled with Roder Vivier felt pumps, which Blair admits in the episode are much pricier than glass slippers.


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