As we all wait with bated breath or more like tremendous levels of anxiety requiring gallons of Cosmopolitans as a remedy for the confirmation of a Sex and the City 3 moviewe need a distraction. The only sort of diversion worthy of this mega-rumor gathering steam would be to talk about Sarah Jessica Parker 's individual, unparalleled sense of personal style. Although, at times, it wouldn't be crazy to confuse SJP's sartorial skills with her on-screen alter ego, Carrie Bradshaw.
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On June 6, one show flickered onto screens across the country and not only revolutionized television for women but sent lasting reverberations into the fashion industry. Think: tutus, tube tops and Manolo Blahnik s galore that magically sprang from her closet every episode. Every outfit for Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda meticulously complemented and informed their characters.
Most praised SATC outfits might feel more summer in the city than freeze-friendly, but she did live in New York City, and that can get pretty glacial. We tracked down her best knitwearlong coats and cosy-boot moments to ever be featured on the show. Keep scrolling down for the best Carrie Bradshaw—worthy capsule winter wardrobe. This season provides many a similar iteration on the high street as well as in designer echelons.
Many stylish female leads have come and gone in TV land, but none of them have quite left their mark like Carrie Bradshaw. From the moment she appeared on screen women everywhere began to bow down to the one female that could truly pull off any look. Not only did Carrie Bradshaw take fashion to the next level, but she single handily changed the face of high end brands like Manolo Blahnik, Dior, and of course Chanel.
Some of these looks are so legendary that they are still part of the zeitgeist. Rest assured that it has not been easy to narrow our list down. Miranda wore a burgundy velvet dress to her beautiful autumn garden wedding.
It might have been 20 years since Sex and the City first aired, but it remains a TV show we can't quite get enough of—proved by the recent explosion of the Instagram account everyoutfitonsatc. Some of the outfits on the show might raise eyebrows now—there's the time Carrie wore a belt over her bare abs and who can forget her pinstripe pedal-pusher suit she wore to go dog-walking. However many of Carrie's favourite trends have re-emerged forincluding strappy stiletto sandals, slip dresses and silly but fabulous handbags.
Most Sex and the City superfans would agree that, alongside Carrie BradshawMiranda Hobbes, Samantha Jones, and Charlotte York, fashion was the fifth friend that appeared in every episode of the series, adding an evocative element to some of the show's most memorable scenes. So we're beyond thrilled to report that there's a nascent Sex and the City Instagram account cataloging every single style moment from the groundbreaking series with some seriously funny commentaryso that we don't have to break into our complete DVD collection to relive some of this foursome's most epic sartorial highlights. Everyoutfitonsatc juxtaposes outfit screen-grabs with witty captions really, some of the accompanying descriptions are funnier than the ensemble itself to give us all the damn '00s fashion nostalgia we need to get through the week. While some of the looks are decidedly out-there, we could see a clever fashionista modernizing a few of them for a night out this summer.
Four women — Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Miranda Hobbes and Charlotte York — started trends, broke fashion rules and put brands we now know and love on the map. From kickstarting the concept of high-low dressing to making every woman in the world want a pair of Manolos, the impact was huge - and we were able to admire the four characters' individual styles develop over the six ground-breaking seasons and two films. Despite the franchise ending years ago, the world is still obsessed with SATC style today — and there's a reason for that.
Twenty years since it first appeared on TV, Sex and the City and Carrie Bradshaw in particular is still influencing us whether you're for or against it. To so many women, Sex and the City mattered—and still does—for so many reasons. It celebrated the girlfriends we turn into sisters, it portrayed women speaking unabashedly about their exploits, and yes, there was the fashion.