Obsessed with 90210's Season 3 Clothes Already? Shop The Looks Now

September 14, 2010 by Brittany Zwillich
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Last night’s 90210 season 3 premiere was more than just the usual “you stole my boyfriend” drama. Other than drooling over washboard abs, I was drooling over the couture that adorned every girl’s body. But let’s see who made the best dressed list for the season 3 premiere.

Shenae Grimes: We can always expect innocent ‘Annie’ to pull off basic, yet stylish outfits usually with shorts or wedges. Here she pairs a nude tank with a black skirt and cross-body bag (notebook not necessary).

Try the look yourself – pair this Alice & Olivia Jersey Racerback ($59) with Forever 21’s Twisted Knit Skirt ($14.90) along with your favorite vintage bag.

Gillian Zinser: One of 90210‘s newest additions, Ivy, is more California Gurl than Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg together. Ivy always has the most laid-back yet stylish outfits – she even brings back summer hats.

Reuse your favorute summer hat and add a nautical top like Old Navy’s Boatneck Striped Tee ($14.50) with your go-to cut off shorts. Then finish it off with some lace up boots like these Dolce Vita Besos Flat Boots ($210).

Jessica Stroup: Although ‘Silver’s’ haircut is questionable, her outfit choices are spot-on. Her edgy outfits including tons of leggings and skinny jeans tucked into boots or over heels. Her first day of school outfit is a little more hallway-friendly.

She rocks a cut out top, like this one by Smitten NYC ($56, down from $80), paired with a printed (and very fitted) mini pencil skirt. And her tassel statement necklace, like this ModCloth Heart Songs Necklace ($17.99) is a fashion risk in the right direction. But does she really need a notebook just to argue with her hot teacher?

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