Over the 6 years that HBO's comedy-fuelled 'Sex and the City' graced our television screens, the fashionable foursome of Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda, rocked a slew of edgy, daring and memorable looks... Check out our top 25 picks that we'd *still* wear, even today!
As the four inseparable bachelorettes sauntered around New York, sharing intimate stories and seeking out advice from one another, there was certainly no shortage of trendsetting, extravagant outfits to drool over! Patricia Field, who worked as a costume designer and stylist for the shows six seasons, told Racked that she views style as a way of telling a story about "who you are and what you're doing that day - put yourself on a stage..." This bold fashion philosophy can no doubt be seen in the iconic looks Field put together for Carrie!
It's been 12 years since the final episode of 'Sex and the City' aired, and yet we're still head-over-heels in love with and inspired by Carrie's dramatic, personal style. Field recently revealed that it was her goal to ensure that Carrie's looks were always original, stating, "Whatever she's wearing has to be completely original to the last in time."
Audiences became enchanted by Carrie's effortlessly cool, yet eclectic and daring style, with many trying to replicate the 90's inspired looks that combined high fashion pieces with thrifted, vintage designs.
...and Sarah Jessica Parker wasn't the only one getting the A-list uptown New York style treatment! Best friend and powerhouse PR executive Samantha aka Kim Cattrall rocked some seriously sultry looks that only she could pull of during the shows time on air.
The 'Sex and the City' fashion team taught us all how to take risks with fashion and rock bold, clashing prints, bright neon, fur, tulle and whatever our heart desires...Field's main message for fans of the swanky, stylish looks donned by the four bachelorettes was to just go for it!
The fashion-obsessed Carrie, who famously said "When I first moved to New York and I was totally broke, sometimes I bought Vogue instead of dinner. I found it fed me more", literally lived and breathed all things style and clothing.
The romantic comedy series featured the four different women in an attempt to tackle issues about sexuality, femininity and individuality. Along with their totally different styles, the four best friends, through their different personalities, represented the importance of female friendships and the individual viewpoints women can hold, in what has since been heralded as a celebration of female empowerment! *Love*
...and if these 25 looks weren't quite enough to fulfil your desire to rewatch all 94 episodes of 'Sex and the City' for some much needed fashion cues, then check out @everyoutfitonsatc, a seriously real Instagram page dedicated to documenting *every* *single* *outfit* ever worn throughout the series. Yup, that exists. You're welcome.