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All the Best Looks From Gossip Girl Season Two So Far

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HBO’s Gossip Girl reboot had a bit of a bumpy start, but in the end, it managed to find the right mix of nostalgia, tea-sipping drama, and eye-catching styles and entice us enough to come back for another round. So, the “teens” of Gossip Girl have returned to the Met steps to film season two, which means the paparazzi are on the move to provide us with behind the scenes sneak peeks at the looks we can expect when the show goes back on air. Once again, the uniform code is being (mostly) ignored, the preppy accessories are out in full force, and the school bags of choice are pricy. While you wait to see more of TV’s favorite polygamous relationship, and questionable teacher behavior, keep on eye on all the must see looks from Gossip Girl season two, and find out how to add them to your own closet.

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Spotted: complicated couple Audrey and Aki chat on the sidewalk in coordinating looks. Evan Mock is a street style star in a red Undercover sweatshirt with jacquard jeans from Casablanca and black Amiri sneakers while Emily Alyn Lind goes for more a Parisian look. The actress wore straight-leg jeans, a striped shirt, and a cheetah print scarf around her neck. She then accessorized with a red patent leather By Far bag and Veronica Beard platforms.

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Thomas Doherty is seen on set giving his classic Max Wofle smirk while out in front of his house in a silk Nipoaloha robe and a pair of “University Blue” Air Jordans.

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Zion Moreno was spotted on set in her Constance Billard best, which she accessorized with a Ferragamo bag straight off the fall 2022 runway.

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It seems like Jordan Alexander’s Julien may have a new man in her life. The actress was spotted filming scenes with actor Jarvis Tomdio—who wore a Ted Baker jacket—and looking very smitten while doing so. Alexander, meanwhile, wore a faux shearling coat from Unreal Fur, and ivory leather knee-high boots from Larroudé while carrying a Poppy Lissiman bag.

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Whitney Peak on set in her version of the Constance Billard uniform, paired with Miu Miu boots.

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Savannah Lee Smith’s Monet goes for a classic Upper East Side look in a blue and white tweed cardigan, blue beret, and turquoise Valentino knee-high boots atop Calzedonia knee-high socks.

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Alexander on set in a very collegiate look comprised of a Rhude bomber jacket, green Valentino Garavani knit Roman Stud bag, and a pair of thigh-high suede heels.

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Thomas Doherty sits on the Met steps in a Junya Watanabe sweater blazer and a pair of green Alexander McQueen high-tops.

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Emily Alyn Lind stands around on set in a double-breasted wool pea coat from Valentino, embroidered with flowers on the arms and lapel, a turquoise Prada Saffiano Galleria bag, and maroon platform loafers from Bar III. Evan Mock, meanwhile, has on a knit striped sweater with a fuzzy Kapital bomber jacket on top.

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