By Archana Ram
Updated June 09, 2010 at 09:00 PM EDT

We can thank the long-awaited Regionals showdown, Quinn’s baby (and mama) drama, and that darn “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” singalong for making us grab more Kleenex than we’d like to admit during the Glee finale. But we can also thank the finale for some fun, stage-worthy outfits. In particular, the girls’ brocade halter dresses worn during “Faithfully”, which had me wishing I, too, was on stage belting out Journey in ’60s garb.

Glee costume designer Lou Eyrich chose Betsey Johnson’s evening “Goldie” strapless dress, adding straps that helped fill out the ensemble’s retro style. The fashion label tweeted the news Monday, and it looks like fashion gossip spreads like fire — the dress is unfortunately sold out now.

But you can still get your Glee on with these similar-style brocade dresses. For a similar color palette, try Trina Turk’s gold leaf “Reina” dress ($247; For a more traditional brocade, try Kensie’s option ($26;, and for some experimentation with color, try Marc Jacobs cotton brocade number ($531.42;

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Photo: Adam Rose/Fox

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