Three TV Fashion Icons From The Upper East Side

Blair Waldorf, Gossip Girl


Blair grew up going to galas among the most elite in New York City. She not only married the prince of Monaco, but also one of the most powerful men in New York City.

For obvious reasons, she was always flaunting the most elegant gowns.




And her dresses were always designer of course…

Her royal wedding gown was a Vera Wang and her second one was an Elie Saab.




With her very strict rules for fashion, she defined the right way to wear a headband.

She used style to rule her school, literally. She was known as “Queen B.”




Not only was she a modern fashion icon, but she also appeared in styles from older decades.

Sometimes she mimicked the looks of stars, such as Audrey Hepburn.


Serena van der Woodsen, Gossip Girl

Yes, there were two fashion icons in Gossip Girl.



Serena van der Woodsen’s style created trends for the more casual girls on the Upper East side.

But still fashionable, of course.



18646646_449865655390496_3700732147959595008_n.jpgCompared to Blair’s, Serena’s dresses were more revealing and fitted.

Her most famous dresses are from her cotillion and her wedding.



Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City, The Carrie Diaries

Carrie Bradshaw showed off her style in two series. The Carrie Diaries in her teens and Sex and the City as an adult.

In both series, Carrie’s taste was the same. She never outgrew her puffy bottom dresses.








It was definitely one of her fashion staples.



53a06210bd542_-_cos-01-carrie-scruchie-new-de.jpgcarrie_bradshaw_sarah_jessica-1-768x1024.jpgAll of her looks were major, but some minor staples she had were to dress bright and wear dresses that featured some large, interesting attachments.

One thing is for sure, she always stood out.


She’s iconic for the way she pulled off these outfits, which is not something many people can do… 

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