Chuck’s robe. Of course he has a robe like this. I’m just surprised it’s not satin.
When Chuck’s pants sit this high, it’s less “Gordon Gecko” and more “Larry King.” And where is his belt?
So much of Chuck’s wardrobe merits an “of course.” Of course he has a robe. Of course he has a purple suit. Of course he has an outfit specifically for giving massages.
Back to a suit with matching pocket square. So much better than the suspenders.
I figured that the suspenders were his “casual wear,” and suits were his formal wear. Now, I’m just wondering if he has some sort of jacket aversion.
So, Dan’s going through a big taupe phase. I’m not a fan.
I’m also not a fan of his hair, which is starting to look like Kramer’s after all the showerheads were changed to low-flow.
Love the tight jeans. And, to answer your question, yes, this is a totally different taupe shirt he’s wearing.
I have no complaints about his suit here (except that he’s not wearing a belt, and it’s just getting weird. Where have all the belts gone??) In fact, if Dan could wear this sort of thing more often, I’d be wholly in support of it.
Nate, looking slick in a grey shirt at dim sum. Although, given how often he seems to talk about vampires and vampire movies these days, I’m starting to wonder if he’s keeping something from us. He knows vampires don’t ride on brooms, and he has Robert Pattinson’s hair. Do we know for sure Nate’s not a vampire?
I’m not wild about the mis-matched jacket and pants. I’m even less pleased about the lack of a belt.
The man of the hour, strutting into his loft after his fight with Lily. In the always-thrilling taupe.
I was hoping Lily and Rufus would work it out if for no other reason than that she’d make him get a haircut and make Jenny stop wearing horrible makeup. Seriously, Rufus is rocking some Swayze hair, and it’s not working. Unless he’s trying to look like he’s clinging to his youth, in which case, it’s perfect.
The day of his wedding, color-coordinated with his notepad.
Love the suit. But dear god, someone please either get this man a haircut or some styling gel. I mean, look at those bangs. Donald Trump has those bangs.
So glad to see Eric, even if he is wearing taupe.
He looks sharp in his suit, though, and I’m sad we didn’t get more shots of him. Can we get an Eric web series or something? There is not enough of him. Maybe an Eric/Dorota spinoff.
I love how the new mean girls are a little funkier now that they’re under the reign of Little J.
Three of the four in animal print, with large heart pendant necklaces.
And, of course, layered with a longer necklace.
The daughter of investment bankers is sent away in a blur, but she has a fabulous bag that I wish I could have gotten a better shot of.
Ugh. Bree. I’m on Blair’s side for this one. Do not like, will be glad to get rid of her. Here she is in a dress with some random sash and skin-toned lipstick. Because that’s a flattering look.
And wearing a low-cut floral maxi. What’s up with that, Bree? Don’t you know, only Serena is allowed to dress inappropriately for formal occasions?
And the man she’s after, Carter. I blame him for Nate and Chuck’s lack of belts.
No, really, what is up with his aversion to belts? Did he use all of them to settle his gambling debts?
It’s so exciting to see Dorota in something other than her uniform. I love the giant hat.
Dorota-07, international woman of mystery.
And of course Scott. Or, as I’ve taken to calling him, Oeyeliner Rex. Don’t care if it catches on, it amuses me. His clothes bore me almost as much as he does.