I would love to post pictures up from New Years Eve, unfortunately at the party that I attended in the city, my camera was stolen/lost at some point. I'm hoping that I just left it at my aunt's apartment, buried somewhere and it will turn up though! Yay, optimism! So I'm waiting on T to send me her scarce photos, which are mainly of Times Square, since I was designated to photograph the party. Oh well, c'est la vie.
T and I had a fantastic time - we drank lots of chardonnay and Cosmopolitans, danced and danced (until we thought our feet would fall off), met up with our fantastic friends in the city, got to visit with my family, saw the Jonas Brothers (which she was infinitely more excited about than moi), and were in the heart of the city for the ball dropping in Times Square!
I have enjoyed seeing the pictures of those of you who posted what you wore/did for NYE, and can't wait to hear about the rest of your NYE adventures :)
Recovering from NYE yesterday and today, I spent a good chunk of time catching up on the Gossip Girl episodes that I missed while I was at school (which was most of them, since my Monday nights were consumed with classes from 3-10 p.m.). Along with the fantastic story lines that just continually got more and more dramatic, and I was glad that I just had press next on my DVR, rather than have to wait a whole week to find out what would happen (though now, I have to wait until Monday, which I'm super excited for!).
I always get sucked into the teen dramas like Gossip Girl, Skins (which I'll be posting about very soon), The O.C. (which I still love and miss), Dawson's Creek (ditto, love and miss), and the revamped version of 90210...something about the catchy plot lines filled with drama and angst, and of course, in the case of GG, Skins, The O.C., and 90210, the fashion.
Watching Gossip Girl, I just got so inspired by the gorgeous and bold fashions by each character. Each individual on the show has their own unique style, from Brooklyn hipster, to edgy socialite, to the ultimate preppy boy/girl.
I went on the hunt for looks that I could imitate into my own wardrobe from the show, and stumbled across gossipgirlinsider.com, where I found all of the images I'm copying for my post :)
I liked Jenny Humphrey so much more this way, rather than the urban hipster thing she's been sporting in the later episodes (I think this photo is from last season):
Now, I don't know how I'd react if a guy picked me up for a date wearing this, but Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) can just pull it off :)
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Sorry for the picture overload, I hope that these can inspire you all too to try something fun with your wardrobes (though from your pictures, you are all entirely fabulous in your own way!)