Though HBO Max's Gossip Girl reboot is on a short hiatus after dropping the first batch of episodes, fans can get their fix by feasting their eyes on these stylish NYC-set shots of actress Savannah Lee Smith, who plays Monet De Haan, one of the sidekicks to It Girl Julien Calloway (Jordan Alexander).
Scroll down to see her work the camera while touring Central Park!
Making Blair Waldorf proud!
Smith looked perfectly preppy in a pink plaid coat and matching skirt.
The actress used to live in California, but just like her character, she's now a resident of NYC!
"Being in [NYC] has reshaped me as a woman," she insisted to The Post. "Here I don’t have to fit. I can just be myself. In a city with so little free space, I feel like I can take up as much space as I want."
The star's next outfit — a red leather jacket, matching skirt and white boots — is a great choice for when the season begins to change.
Though you'd never be able to tell by the confidence she exudes, Smith revealed that she was bullied while attending a predominantly white Catholic school during her childhood.
"There were some really nasty people at my school who’d constantly remind me that I didn’t fit in because of how I look," she explained. "But once I enrolled in the drama program, I knew the theater was where I belonged."
Go bold or go home! The 21-year-old stood out in a fuzzy, bright green sweater, plaid skirt and thigh-high purple boots.
"If I wasn’t in the arts, I’d definitely be an interior designer. I love it so much," she shared of her eye for style. "It’s therapeutic for me to open up all my packages and see all my things on the walls and decorate."
XOXO! Another photo in her schoolgirl attire is sure to remind fans of when the original Gossip Girl characters used to eat their lunch on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
While Smith is all smiles in real life, she admitted that her character can be quite the mean girl.
"The thing I learned from playing Monet was that I’m probably way nicer than I thought," she admitted. "You never want to toot your own horn, but after playing someone who’s like satan’s spawn for nine episodes, you realize you’re not that dramatic."
A work of art!
The California native struck a pose in front of an intricately designed structure.