As long as we're wearing clothes, we won't forget the impact Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw has had on our outfits. Whether that's giving us the courage to wear a bumbag as a fashion accessory or deciding to wear a scarf around our arm, the whimsical and sometimes more outlandish stylings from SATC have given us the oomph to be more adventurous in the fashion stakes.
But it's not just the outfits of Carrie that have given our wardrobes life over the years. The other characters—Charlotte York, Samantha Jones and Miranda Hobbes—have all influenced us in one way or another. And thanks to a new Instagram account that is charting all the fashion moments on the iconic New York TV show, @everyoutfitonsatc, we can remind ourselves about all the incredible looks the programme spawned over the years.
Below, we've selected some of our favourite unforgettable outfits, looks and fashion moments from the Insta account.
Keep scrolling below for a look at our favourite fashion moments from SATC.
While this was way back when (let's not count the years, it'll only make us feel bad), the thing that we still love about this is that we'd wear this outfit right now. Plus, it's totally Gucci.
We're seriously loving gingham this summer, and this Samantha outfit just reminded us why.
Truthfully, we've pretty much deleted all the bodycon dresses from our wardrobes, but we still love Carrie for pairing hers with a fancy jacket and a pair of Jimmy Choos. If anything, this taught us that coats should always make a statement.
Way before we all got obsessed with wearing our Stan Smiths, a pair of black trousers and a roll-neck, Miranda was honing this look to perfection.
No, we won't ever wear this kind of dress. But it IS a lesson in dressing outside of your comfort zone. For that, Miss York/Mrs. Goldenblatt, we salute you.
Carrie has always been a fan of the statement accessory, and in this scene from season three, we spied this oversize flower pin.
Again, Carrie's donning an asymmetrical dress, but don't let that deter your love for this look! It's pretty, elegant and print-wise, it's actually still very wearable.
This was a hard sell for us when we spotted it the first time round. Maybe just file this under "wear socks with your heels but just make sure they're not knee-high."
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