I know, I know. No one looks good in a ruched pink mini dress with white pumps and a silk scarf headband. Not even Ms.
July 02, 1 Comment. A couple of days ago I came across an Instagram post by everyoutfitonsatc, an account that documents the sartorial moments of Sex and the City. Well, here is the story and it is not about the mismatched shoes.
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Sex and the City really did give us some of the best life lessons about fashion, love, sex and friendship. Whatever your life situation there is a Sex and the City quote to sit right alongside it. We often find ourselves still quoting some of the most iconic lines from the most outlandish, funny situations.
It's finally here: Sex and the City 2! After two years of waiting, women everywhere are heading out in droves to take in cocktails and a screening of the ultimate chick flick sequel. I've even noticed some die-hard fans in line at the box office sporting t-shirts proclaiming "I'm a Samantha," or "I'm a Charlotte.
In many ways, it seems as if a time before Sex and the City has never existed. But it was only 15 years ago that the series made its debut, with a distinctly un-glossy Sarah Jessica Parker in the leading role, speaking directly to the camera about the trials and tribulations of looking for love in New York City. It was for the sex of its title that the series was most discussed.
We have been watching this series for years. We have loved all main characters Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda and drawn an analogy between them and us. They have had different relationship with men, different careers, points of view, disappointments and discoveries.
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.
I love it because back when she wore it, nobody else was wearing tulle like that. She just embraces color in the loveliest way and it inevitably wants you to run out to the nearest store and buy a rainbow striped skirt and call it a damn day. I had never before considered a tutu to be a viable clothing choice to be worn outside of a ballet studio, but Carrie manages to make this look not only not totally weird, but actually so beautiful. Ella: The fact that this one mirrors the thousand-layer dress is a nice little detail.