Given our Gossip Girl obsession, I felt the need to weigh in on the situation that is NYC Prep, fashion news or not. While I anxiously await Daily Intel's highly specific (and sure to be hilarious) recap, I'll just share a few quick thoughts. I was obviously expecting an abundance of egregious behavior and inflated egos from these privileged youth...they were worse than expected. It was kind of nauseating to watch. Fictional romps on GG = good. Real kids acting like a-holes, not so much. Note: PC, sir, you are no Chuck Bass. Plus, I was less than impressed by the clothing—which is supposed to be one of their "things", yes? Personal shoppers do not a stylish girl (or boy) make. And Sebastian, really with the hair? We think Rolando could give you some serious advice. Blair, Chuck, Serena, and even Little J would be so disappointed. Fashion quote of the show for sure was from Jessie's friend, Zoe: "I wear clothes that are less than $20 sometimes." I don't even have words... Are these kids giving their private school counterparts across the country a bad name? Or just our fair city of New York? I, for one, have never been more proud of my public school diploma. Yet, I know I will still watch every episode of this silly show. What does that say about me? Are you with me? Or are you a more culturally sound person?
Given our Gossip Girl obsession, I felt the need to weigh in on the situation that is NYC Prep, fashion news or not. While I anxiously await Daily Int