Gossip Girl Fashion Breakdown: "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?"

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The December 8 episode of Gossip Girl, "O Brother, Where Bart Thou?" showed us that even an occasion like a funeral can feature eye-opening Gossip Girl fashion.

Below, our Gossip Girl fashion contributor, the fabulous Liza L., belatedly breaks down the episode, telling us where we can get some of its amazing attire ...


At Bart Bass' funeral, the Gossip Girl characters proved that you still can look magnificent, sexy and controversial in such a boring color as black.

Jenny Humphrey accessorizes her outfit with a pair of Be&D Peeptoe Slingbacks ($695, here) and a Bodhi safety clutch bag ($748, here).

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Serena van der Woodsen showed off her stunning collection of coats and jackets: the beige one is simply a "Trench Coat" ($1,295 here). The coat she wore to Bart's funeral was an "Evening Coat" ($1,199, here), with a pair of Sigerson Morrison pumps ($199, on sale here) and a Chanel Lambskin Classic Flap Bag with glass stone and Rhodold Embroidery (from the Pre-Fall 2008 collection). The third jacket Serena wears is a Rag & Bone Hussar Jacket ($580, here), which she accessorized with a Chanel Caviar Flap-bag.

As for the incomparable Blair Waldorf, looked as amazing as always throughout this great episode, especially towards the end, when she dazzled in a 3.1 Philip Lim dress (Fall 2008, the Constellation collection – very similar one here).

Aaron and Blair

Blair's dress is gorgeous ... even when sitting next to Aaron Rose at the wedding.

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[to Jenny] That's the thing. You need to be cool to be queen. Anne Boleyn thought only with her heart and she got her head chopped off. So her daughter Elizabeth made a vow never to marry a man. She married a country. Forget boys. Keep your eye on the prize, Jenny Humphrey. You can't make people love you, but you can make them fear you. For what it's worth, you're my Queen. I choose you.