A Countdown to 'Gossip Girl's' Fashionable Finale
In honor of tonight's final episode, we're celebrating sartorial highlights from the stylish show's final season.
More than just a show about love and friendship in NYC, the novel-turned-TV-series also centered around fashion, introduced us to new designers and inspired us with its characters' glam Manhattan style.
Fashion notables like Tory Burch, Cynthia Rowley and Rachel Zoe were among some of the series' big guest stars, and fashion played a central role in the lives of many of the show's stars, including Jenny Humphrey (played by Taylor Momsen) and Blair. Even the narrator of the show, the "Gossip Girl" blogger (voiced by Kristen Bell), touched on the pivotal role bloggers began to play in mainstream fashion when the CW series first began in 2007.Michelle Trachtenberg) edgy-glam style, each episode offered an array of sartorial eye candy. And like Carrie's flower brooch, curly mane, and name necklace, the privileged characters of Gossip Girlhad their own signature style symbols, such as Serena's long boho waves, Blair's headbands, and Jenny's eye liner.
But it wasn't just the ladies whose fashion has inspired us. The men's fashion was as diverse as it was stylish, with the always-dapper Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) and his signature J.Press scarf, along with sleek Nate Archibald (Chace Crawford) and hipster Dan Humphrey (Penn Bagdley).
As Gossip Girl's characters grew over the past six seasons, so did their style, and the final season has proven to be its most fashionable one yet.
While the genius behind the show's stylish characters, Eric Daman will be dressing TV's next big style star, young Carrie Bradshaw in the Carrie Diaries, we'll miss Gossip Girl's stylish socialites.
Click through the gallery to check out all the fashion from the show's final season.
Are you a Serena, Blair, Georgia, Jenny or Ivy? Share your Gossip Girl alter ego in the comments below.
Get a sneak peek inside Serena's closet in the video below.