Gossip Girl Fashion Breakdown: "The Magnificent Archibalds"

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This week's episode, "The Magnificent Archibalds," featured some pretty magnificent Gossip Girl fashion statements as well as drama and scandal.

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

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The fashion in this episode was as magnificent as the Archibald family... or at least what the Archibald family was before its epic downfall.

Lily van der Woodsen had the best dress of the episode - Hugo Boss (not available on-line), Christian Louboutin simple pumps in Nude ($575, here) and jewellery from the Stephen Dweck Odessa collection (here).

Serena debuted a cascade of gorgeous outfits. When she stops at Blair’s apartment, she wears a Mayle Odette Coat: ($885, here) and a Chanel black quilted jersey flap shoulder bag ($3,080, here). At the Thanksgiving party, she wore a stunning combination of a Porter Grey skirt and a silk Charmeuse t-shirt ($112, here), along with Ginga Nine West shoes (here) and a Stephen Dweck Multi-strand necklace (here).

Mom and Daughter
Flowers!

Vanessa fashioned a pure look of autumn spirit in an Anna Sui Splendor and Shape dress (approx. $550, here) and tall Minnetonka Fringe Boots ($88, here).

Jenny, at the end of the day, enjoyed Thanksgiving is a stunning Kova & T Amsterdam Tee in Burnout Black ($77, here), accessorized with Tarina Tarantino Gothic Lolita Pink Head Crystal - framed ring ($88, here) and an Alexis Bittar necklace (here).

Blair keeps her tradition of a blue-trench in a Stresis coat (here) and an Alexandra Vidal fall/winter 2008 dress (not available online).

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