We Just Can't Forget These Sex and the City Outfits
Sex and the City is still known as one of most iconic shows of all time, from its portrayal of women's sex lives to its witty humor (and, of course, its unforgettable fashion). Here are some of the show's most memorable outfits — the good, the bad, and the what was she thinking?
The Opening sequence
Who can forget that opening sequence? And, of course, there's Carrie's first Sex and the City outfit: a white fluffy tutu and pink tank top sans bra. Compared to some of her later, wackier ensembles, this one is probably on the more conventional side.
Sparkly Tube Skirt
Has there ever been a more 90's look? A camisole top paired with a sparkly pink tube skirt may be outdated, but it sure does suit the quirky Carrie Bradshaw.
Hip Hop Rainbow
We honestly don't have anything to say about this one other than, "Carrie, what the heck were you thinking?"
Pink Power Suit
Let's be real: did Samantha ever not look fabulous? Here she is in a watermelon colored power suit. She's a woman who knows what she wants — and her wardrobe reflects that.
Corporate lawyer Miranda Hobbes was often seen in blazers and pantsuits. This menswear look, complete with the skinny tie, is one of her more memorable outfits.
Hot Pink Shearling
Usually, the WASPY Charlotte York would stick to preppy cardigans. That's one of the reasons why we can't forget her hot pink shearling jacket, which made an appearance in Season 5.
Nothing But Velvet
How could we not mention the time that Samantha went down to the lobby wearing nothing but a velvet coat and what must be designer lingerie? All this to seduce the doorman!
No matter how outdated and outrageous some of these looks may be, one thing's for sure: friendship never goes out of style. Check out more memorable outfits on Instagram @everyoutfitonSATC.
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