And just like that, we’re closer to getting yet another season of the Sex And The City reboot. Despite having questionable taste in men, Carrie Bradshaw was known for her great taste in fashion. She made a mark with her alluring one-of-a-kind outfits, that we still take inspiration from even after all these years. Costume designer and stylist Patricia Field would pick out a blend of vintage secondhand as well as designer clothes, she believed in going against traditional fashion norms and having a sense of personal style. As we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Sex And The City as well as the release of And Just Like That season 2 on 22 June, here are some of Carrie Bradshaw’s most iconic looks to date.
The pilot episode of Sex And The City stars this iconic white tutu skirt with a pink tank top and some strappy sandals along with it.
Carrie was known for her stunning dresses that made a statement and this floral Dolce&Gabbana dress was no exception from season 4.
Could we ever forget the scene where she fell into a pond in Central Park wearing a beautiful Richard Tyler ruffle dress.
The statement Belt Look
Whether you love it or hate it, this outfit made its way to the iconic outfits list, which might’ve also inspired Louis Vuitton’s Resort 2023 collection. Carrie wears a pink blouse tied in a knot with a lime-green low-waisted skirt and matching belt in this episode.
The Skirt with the twist
Business in the front, party in the back. Carrie Bradshaw surprised us with this Vivienne Westwood Fall 1991 green mini skirt paired with a fitted blouse.
The bold look
For her stroll across Manhattan, Carrie finds herself wearing a Paco Rabanne dress with a little sheer bra peeking through.
The Newspaper dress
We’ve all seen multiple renditions of this dress in recent years, but Carrie lives on as the OG trendsetter. She dons this iconic Dior Newspaper dress from John Galliano Fall/Winter 2000.
The Wedding attendee
Carrie wore this stunning strapless chiffon DKNY dress with slits to a wedding as a guest.
You don’t have to be a Sex and the City fan to know this iconic scene, where Mr. Big gets cold feet at their wedding. The Vivienne Westwood dress was specially redesigned for Sarah Jessica Parker’s character.
Carrie wore this little black dress along with her signature curls, some strappy sandals and aviators to meet up with the girls for lunch.