"Chuck and Blair’s scene in Gare du Nord in the Paris episodes is one of my favorite scenes ever. I just thought it was…I’m getting a little emotional just talking about it. It was just so beautiful the visual of her in her orangey-red gown with her incredible jewels….and the image of them with the train station in the background as Chuck is about to leave forever and sort of turn his back on his identity. For me that’s everything of the show, the fashion, the emotion, the long term character arcs, the romance, the friendship because I ultimately do think that that was the big thing that came across in that scene. It wasn’t about did Blair think that she and Chuck were going to end up together. It was just wanting him to come back to be in her world." -Stephanie Savage
I’m not a glamorous girl. I don’t know how to do my hair. I’m very bad with makeup.
Wendy Beauchamp in Witches of East End 2.04 (Best of)
"I’ll go brush!"
I got that comic con, comic con sadness
get to know me meme: [2/15] pairings » Chuck and Blair
People don’t write sonnets about being compatible or novels about shared life goals and stimulating conversation. The great loves are the crazy ones.
doctorr asked: Cappie/Casey or Jeff/Britta
Even when you
were at your worst,
and I cut my hands
from picking up
your broken pieces,
I still loved you."