Part 2 of 2: Bart, Bart, He's our Man
If I ever see Georgina in a clothing that's a color other than some variation on black/white, I will die of shock. Luckily, this sequined B&W leopard print jacket (that's a lot of adjectives for one piece of clothing) keeps my heart ticking.
And that steely glare is the best accessory of all. I would squeal with glee if Georgie got her own spinoff. As she said, there's a niche market for schemers for hire. I personally would love to watch Georgina's flourishing startup.
Perhaps Blair could be her logistics gal. Who else can source blueprints (tastefully framed, no less) on such short notice?
While I'm digging the color and pattern on her dress, The blocky hem and thick belt cut her into too many sections. Snaps for the detailed sleeves, even if I'm not generally a fan of the cap sleeve. They're hard to pull off, amirite?
Blair and Her Bitches en masse. Except, one of these things is not like the other.
We're talking about you, Ivy. Did you not get the memo to accessorize? Do you not know what show you're on?
At the hop Bart's "Man of the Year" gala, Serena sports yet another overcoat, although I'm not in love with this one. Olive does nothing for her complexion and the detailing is too militaristic.
Oh, but wait. That whole thing about Byzantine warfare. Ah, well played wardrobe crew. Well played.
Beneath the blah is this stunner of a dress. Why why did Serena start dressing tastefully so close to the end? I mean, this is simply lovely! And it makes two (TWO!) nominations from Serena for best outfit. Ten points for glamour without the skeeze.
Huh, but she still can't part with the messy ponytail. Three points deducted.
Apparently, Georgie knows that Bart Bass will stoop to anything, and that includes firearms. In the event of gun shots, her necklace (do you even call it that when it's so huge?) will do nicely as body armor.
I'm a fan of rep stripe ties, but Bart just looks so casual here. Receiving a big award (especially when you've been dead most of the year) and having a party thrown in your honor feels like a tuxedo-appropriate occasion.
And oh my Kinkos that was a huge poster. Where does one get something like this? I'll bet Blair knows.
Sage realizes this is an occasion to do it up, although I totally agree with GG Editor Lesley-Anne. Girlfriend took a left turn at Sequinville and landed smack in Old Lady Village. Sweetie, save this tunic for when you're in your sixties. It'll wear much better then.
So anyways, Bart and Chuck had a fight on the roof, and then Bart died. I just have to wonder - is the finale going to be EIGHT HOURS LONG? Because holy loose ends, you guys.
BTW, do you want to hear my theory on how the show will end? Remember that scene in the pilot where Nate and Chuck snub Dan on the bus? This entire thing has been a revenge fantasy courtesy of Dan Humphrey's lightening-fast imagination. The final scene will be of him, back in the St Jude's uni and buzz cut, stepping off the bus.
I mean, it's no stupider than anything else they've thrown at us, right?