Blair Waldorf: Known for choosing sunny colors (and lots of headbands) that don’t always match her naughty attitude, Blair has that snobby, uptown look down. She exemplifies it here with a bright-green jacket paired with yellow accessories and lavender tights.
Serena van der Woodsen: Serena’s downtown yin definitely complements Blair’s uptown yang. Even though she lives on the Upper East Side, S loves to rock a relaxed chic look, like the one seen here, by pairing skinny jeans and boots with a hip T-shirt, big bag and funky necklace.
Chuck Bass: The show’s resident male fashionista/ dandy, Chuck is certainly not afraid of feminine colors. In this tuxedo look, he’s once again wearing a shade of purple and a bow tie. Chuck is certainly not Chuck without some sort of neck accessory.
Jenny Humphrey: Jenny lives in Brooklyn and is poor (relatively speaking), but the aspiring designer also has a spunky sense of fashion, which means that even when she’s in her school uniform, she’ll make it edgier with tulle and army boots.
Lily van der Woodsen: Serena had to inherit her cool sense of fashion from someone. We like when the former wild-child-turned-society-mom showed off the many elements of her personality with a demure leather dress with sequined detailing.
Although it’s a long shot, and we’d imagine that Anna is finding her muses in the show’s main characters, we’d love it if she designed a hip maid’s uniform based on Dorota.