Jenny Humphrey isn't the smartest girl in the universe, but when she disses Eleanor's design in front of Eleanor, it's bad, even for her.
However, one thing she does do really well - beside sort buttons and be Laurel's favorite whipping girl - is wear easy, breezy summer clothes that are both cute and comfortable.
This dark floral print dress is charmingand her hair, though a bit flyaway, is decent enough considering the heat and the amount of time she's spent in it during the day.
Admittedly, little J does spend an inordinate amount of time in flowered smock-like items, but she wears them well, so she gets away with it.
It's a dark print, with light pink and purple flowers, and it suits her very well. I especially like the ruffled collar. What I don't like is that tacky gold heart she's wearing around her neck.
Laurel, Jenny's supervisor, brings it as usual with her awesome lion-mane of hair and a simple, sleek black silk shift.
You would think that being a fashion designer, Eleanor Waldorf would bring it even more than Jenny or Laurel, but instead she just strikes out.
The gray slacks with matching vest is a good idea on paper, but the execution is all wrong. The pants bunch strangely at the waist and the pleats, and the vest is way too tight. Adding to the horror is an awful shiny navy blouse with that pathetic scarf detail. Not even close to a good look for Eleanor. I remain unimpressed by Eleanor Waldorf Designs.