The return of Glee was as unexpected a surprise as Blaine’s brotherly reunion.
Like Blaine, I’ve been feeling a little apprehensive about Glee coming back into my life. In fact, after a few of the last episodes, I have to admit, I was sort of glad it was off my radar and I could live my life without the constant burden of Glee fashion.
But this week, I discovered a newfound appreciation for my once revered show. Sure, the Rachel and Finn storyline is absolutely unbearable, and I feel like putting Quinn in a wheelchair was more a snub to Artie than an actual cautionary tale of texting and driving (seriously, where was her damaged face? her court date? this could have been much uglier.)
But Blaine. Blaine doing Xtina. Blaine doing Gotye.
It was like I can forgive Glee for all the unneccesary storylines that came before.
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most of these id’s are courtesy of Fashion of Glee. You can find Finn, Artie and Kurt’s fashion here.
Quinn’s striped yellow sweater
for all Emma Pillsbury ID’s visit What Would Emma Pillsbury Wear
Quinn’s polka dot jacket in the skate park Anthropologie
Quinn’s yellow ruffle tank Joie
Quinn’s striped, tie neck blouse
Quinn’s puff sleeve short sleeve scallop blouse
Tina’s pink dress
Tina’s blue dress with red piping
Tina’s blue dress
B44 dresses by Bailey (Lou and team added the yellow stripe)