This is it, the moment we’ve all been waiting for. HBO has officially released the trailer for the Sex and the City spinoff And Just Like That, set to come out on December 9 of this year. While we’re thrilled to have a set-in-stone release date as well as an official trailer, there’s one question we can’t shake, have we already seen all of these outfits?

We’ve been following the developments of And Just Like That ever since we first got the announcement that it was in production. I mean, a revival of the cult classic fashion-forward show that dominated a good portion of the early aughts? It’s right up our alley. Now that we have a look at what the show will actually look like, let’s take a look at some of the fashion we’ve already seen.

Sarah Jessica Parker’s Fascinator

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Sarah Jessica Parker films “And Just Like That…” in New York City. (Photo by MediaPunch/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

As we all know, Carrie Bradshaw (played by Sarah Jessica Parker, of course) is no stranger to a extravagant feather fascinator. One of her most iconic lines from the original series is set in stone as “I put a bird on my head!” from her wedding to Mr. Big. This same exact outfit was seen in the trailer, as it seems like it is one of the statement pieces so far in the show.

Kristin Davis’s belted skirt and blousy top

Kristin Davis is seen on the set of “And Just Like that” on July 13, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)

In typical Charlotte fashion, Kristin Davis can be seen holding an Oscar De La Renta bag as she turns around dramatically to reveal this outfit in the opening shot of the trailer. Ever the puritan, this look combines a conservative style with a chic edge that’s everything we know and love about this character.

Cynthia Nixon’s Maximalist, Geometric dress

Cynthia Nixon is seen on the set of “And Just Like that”on July 13, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)

Cynthia Nixon has been busy since Sex and the City ended. She threw her hat into the ring, unsuccessfully, for a bid at the seat of New York state’s gubernatorial race, and has since become a advocate for progressive legislative policies. But now, we see the Miranda that’s familiar and nostalgic. Dressing up in bright, vibrant and eccentric styles, she never seems to disappoint as the beacon of female power we’ve come to appreciate.

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