It comes as no surprise that with the reemergence of Carrie Bradshaw’s old apartment in the latest episode of And Just Like That, comes return of the character’s iconic closet and therefore, her most iconic style staples from the past.
While Oscar-nominated costume designer Patricia Field held the key to the heart of SATC’s inimitable style, Carrie and the gang are safe with her successors Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, both having worked under Field on Sex and the City and beyond. Pulling pieces that align with the characters we know and love, Rogers and Santiago have meticulously selected the costumes for our favorite trio based on their very prominent personalities and their current station in life. With a copacetic blend of contemporary labels and obscure vintage pieces, the leading ladies of AJLT always dress to impress.
Without further ado, GRAZIA places a spotlight on the best fashion moments of episode 4 of And Just Like That.
The fourth episode, “Some of My Best Friends” sees Sarah Jessica Parker, purple sequin Fendi baguette in hand, rocking a voluminous white layered tulle maxi skirt, harking back to the quintessentially Carrie mini tutu from Sex and the City’s opening credits. A New York or Nowhere “Union” market tote over her shoulder, Carrie slips into a slouchy stripped sweater and a pair of vintage Chanel ivory leather booties for a trip around the corner to her local bodega for a cup of morning coffee. An eclectic high-low ensemble, the look is exactly what we expect from the character’s notoriously care-free and quirky style.
As our prim and proper Charlotte York-Goldenblatt continues to forge a friendship with documentarian, humanitarian, and International “Vogue” Best-Dressed list recipient Lisa Todd Wexley (LTW for short), the pair shines in sunny yellows during a morning PTA meeting.
A quintessential Charlotte ensemble, Kristin Davis sports an Anne Fontaine’s “Candide” button-down blouse, complete with an oversized collar and sheer puff sleeves. With a Zac Posen white and yellow floral embroidered skirt, Charlotte’s look is complete with matching canary Manolo Blahnik “BB” pumps and a crisp white Dior “Bobby” bag.
Emblematic of the character’s dominant personality, Nicole Ari Parker rocks a bright color-blocked ensemble as LTW. Clad in a strong shouldered pink puff blazer by Elzinga Studio, and sunny Max Mara linen gabardine shorts, the character’s ensemble serves as a kind of power move. With her Louis Vuitton “Coussin PM” bag in tow, the rainbow Saint Laurent “Kristen” sandals only amplify the energetic style statement.
A new character to the series, we meet Carrie’s new, ultra-chic realtor Seema Patel (Sarita Choudhury) and her Valentino Roman Stud handle bag named Lorraine. Donning a Fendi taupe georgette twist-tie blouse and matching satin skirt from the same Fall/Winter 2021 collection, Seema’s ensemble is complete with a gold Valentino “Vlogo” buckle belt. Oozing elegance and quiet glamour, our first look at Seema evokes a confident and competent successful woman.
Carrie’s vintage ’80s Norma Kamali madras color-block blazer and matching jumpsuit provides big main character energy- as if Carrie actually needed it. A walking rainbow, Carrie’s colorful and busy ensemble manages to be a lot without being too much.
Evoking a ’70s glam aesthetic, Seema Patel sports a white halter Ralph Lauren jumpsuit paired with Valentino “Roman Stud” mules while visiting open houses, grabbing drinks, and swiping Tinder with Carrie.
Donning a straw wide-brim hat, Carrie’s vintage Judy Hornby ’80s couture cerulean and sherbet orange ombré silk dress with bishop sleeves gives off a luxe and clean-cut bohemian vibe while paired with vintage Miu Miu Spring/Summer 2003 python peep-toe pumps.
Rocking the Rianna and Nina Archive Super Wide Raglan dress and a chunky Monies spiked bracelet in black acacia, LTW’s bold accessories do the talking at her husband’s birthday party.
LTW is seen sporting a Carolina Herrera polkadot bomber jacket amped up by her signature chunky statement accessories.