Jeans: Elle for Kohls
Necklace: ETSY (a X-Mas present from Mom!!) from Autumn Art
Glasses: Urban Outfitters
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell "Daisy-D" Wedges
I don't have a ton of outfit pics today because I have a killer headache, but c'est la vie. What I do have is a pretty new pair of shoes and a ton of questions about what's been happening on Gossip Girl lately. Spoilers ahead!!
First of all, I don't think that I can take any more of Serena. Like, for serious. The only role that she has on the show at this point is to hem & haw over which pretty face she wants for her boy toy. And they always make it into such a serious problem, like: "Hmmm, do I want to have an affair with my billionaire neighbor/professor/lothario who's professed his love for me even though we've never spent any significant time together? Or perhaps crazy stepbrother Dan, whose multiple personality disorder allows him to shift from loving & dependable one week to kind of a scheming douche bag the next? Or yet still, Nate, with whom I could sit about and do nothing with, because we have the combined intelligence of a first grader? "
Also, can't these nutty kids ever run into each at say, a coffee shop? Or a store? Or something? Like, are there really that many 20 year olds hanging about at a ballet? Me thinks probably not.
But at least now we can look forward to whatever shenanigans Juliet + Vanessa + Jenny will be going through with. Though whatever they come up with, I can't imagine it will be very complicated, as Juliet seemed to think it would be a-okay to tattle on her cousin/sole-provider, Collin, to the dean, but right in front of his face. In related news, did anyone else wonder why Juliet was contacting Jenny (saying, "you probably don't know me") when Vanessa was sitting right there? Jenny would clearly know Vanessa, so... but, whatever, it's likely beside the point.
And the point? That these teens have some serious extra time on their hands, despite all being enrolled in an ivy league school. Though they can possibly all get by because they seem to be besties with the dean.
** For a more realistic depiction of how administrators might act when faced with silver-spoon-fed youngsters, see The Social Network in which the Winkelvoss twins get laughed at by the President of the school and told that he doesn't really care anything about them or what they want.