Serena Van Der Woodsen

Serena Van Der Woodsen

Serena Celia van der Woodsen is a major character in the young adult novel series Gossip Girl and its television adaptation, in which she is portrayed by Blake Lively. Serena is featured on the blog of the series' mysterious narrator, "Gossip Girl." Serena is Blair Waldorf's best friend, and is a character that appears to easily get whatever she wants because of her good looks, energy, and charisma.

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... Serena's style has earned noteworthy praise from periodicals such as InStyle and NYLON ... EW's Meeta Agrawal places Blake Lively's Serena van der Woodsen amongst the wearers of the 20 Knockout Dresses of the '00s ... herself admits to liking her character's style and wardrobe and InStyle's Joyann King praises "Serena’s vixen-like style and Lively’s smoldering off-screen choices" ...
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