Don’t bother denying it, you’ve been trying to dress like Blair and Serena for months now. Well, your days of attempting to make $50 dresses look like Chanel are over, courtesy of Anna Sui. The quirky chic designer has just released images of her Gossip Girl-inspired collection for Target and we’re definitely getting the appropriate level of Blair vibes from the dress all the way on the left. Check out the whole collection here before it launches September 13. [The Cut] Keep reading »
Normally, wet white t-shirts have been used on drunken Spring Break girls. But the geniuses at In Style have finally appropriated the tight, sheer, T for women by putting Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley in one. I’m sure he was cold on set soaking wet, but the pictures are super hot. Then, once they got him stripped down and warmed up, they asked him about what he finds sexy. So based on his responses, The Frisky scientists have extrapolated how a date with him would go: After you cheer for him while he plays sports, he’ll take you home, put on some sultry Common, feed you chocolate strawberries and then eff you. That damn Serena Van der Woodsen really is the luckiest girl in the world! (For more hotness, there’s a video after the jump…) [Towelroad] Keep reading »
Ever since Gossip Girl Serena van der Woodsen sexily draped herself over a pool table in a black studded Catherine Malandrino shift dress while on her first date with the loveable Dan Humphrey, I had to stop and reassess my opinion of the mini dress as date wear. Off to Bloomingdales I went where I purchased my first ever mini dress, which had me asking: â€˜where have you been all my lifeâ€™ the second I slipped it on.
The magic of a mini dress, like the one worn by Serena, is that it strikes the perfect balance between revealing and reserved. The daring length is countered by the absence of cleavage and an ultra formfitting silhouette for a look that still leaves much to be desired. I wouldnâ€™t recommend this look if youâ€™re, say, going bowling, but for a dinner date or drinks, whip it out and work it. Keep reading »