Chuck pimps out his girlfriend to his uncle, sleeps with a whole harem of call girls, develops an illegal drug habit and then manages to redeem himself (in my eyes, anyway) with two small gestures. Yes, I’m that much of a softy. The way he finally embraced Lily… it was really touching. After all, he is just a lonely Upper East Side orphan. I hope he and Blair get back together, but I doubt it is going to happen. Getting her into Columbia is probably not enough to redeem himself.
I loved her yellow Blumarine coat. The whole ensemble with the floral blouse, pencil skirt and lace tights was spot on. It certainly didn’t prepare us for the atrocity that happened after!
She looked amazingly fresh in the turquoise Blumarine dress. Finally wearing some colour and looking her age. And I guess that’s what people wear for a family breakfast. I guess it’s still more appropriate than Jenny putting on an almost black burgundy lipstick first thing in the morning to eat waffles (try hard much, Jenny?).
Blumarine F/W 2009 turquoise dress
Rachel Leigh “Millie” drop earrings
Ralph Lauren Black Label sherling cape
Catherine Malandrino “Pointelle” chain dress
Malini Mutjani “Celine” bag
Co-Op Barneys ankle boot
But how come Serena is always scheming as much as Blair and Chuck but never gets into trouble for it? Methinks it’s the gift of being a tall gorgeous blonde. They can get away with anything.
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