Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, has shaped an entire generation with her fashion style. Her looks have fulfilled the ultimate fantasy of the perfect, successful, stylish New Yorker. After almost ten years, the main actress slips back into her Manolo Blahniks and is perfectly dressed as she travels through the Big Apple, high heels.
The re will be great styling moments again.
We’d like to see these 5th looks on Carrie Bradshaw:
1. To the lunch date
A look that Carrie would immediately wear one on one. Cool and modern, she loves the latest trends and new designers! This spring / summer look is from Jacquemus. We can literally see Carrie frantically walking down the street in order not to keep her BFF Stanford Blatch waiting too long for their lunch date.
Carrie is known for her clothless center and has some crop top styles convincingly delivered, that’s why we would like to see them in this Versace outfit too. Maybe while shopping in the summer heat of the big city?
The side cut-out waistband is the perfect unusual Bradshaw-worthy touch too.
3. To the business meeting
From journalist to book author – that was her professional career in the series and the two films. How she earns her money in the reboot is still unclear. We know that she relies on a classic for her business meeting: Chanel! A traditional company for self-confident women who like to show how much they have already achieved.
4. Girls Night Out
Even if the ladies are already in their fifties, one thing is clear: the cosmos will flow. For a fun evening with Miranda and Charlotte, we see Carrie in this exciting dress by Louis Vuitton. Every time you look you can see a new detail. After all, she has to represent her place as a fashionista in the group.
5. Date Night mit Mr. Big
Carrie loves the big show, even if it’s too much sometimes. With this Balmain Robe, for a romantic evening, she not only convinces her Mr. Big, but also us! A little bit of retro, a little bit of glamor, just right for Carrie 2.0. Not too cluttered, but still a wow factor, that’s how we want to see it.