Sex and the City is often considered a relatioship and fashion bible of the 21st century. The first episode saw the light of day in 1998, and in the following years the series, which eventually got a film sequel, remained in the limelight. Admit it, didn't you sometimes long to have at least one pair of Manolo pumps in your shoe rack and a Dior piece in your wardrobe while watching the series? Join LP-Life on a walk through the most iconic outfits of columnist and writer Carrie Bradshaw.
This cotton candy piece is what Carrie greeted us in whenever a new episode of Sex and the City came out. No real fan will ever forget this sweet top and romantic tulle skirt, or the welcoming slogan "Carrie Bradshaw knows good sex and isn't afraid to ask." What you may not know, though, is that the stylist of the series Patricia Field discovered the tulle skirt at the flea market and bought it for Carrie for $ 5, which is about 120 crowns.
The white Halston Heritage dress with a V-neckline is the epitome of perfection. A chic white dress will now definitely join a little black dress on the list of items that will never go out of style. Christian Louboutin pumps, a Chanel pochette and a luxury necklace from Solange Azagury-Partridge are only the icing on the cake.
When Carrie went to the market in Abu Dhabi, where she met Aiden after many years, she literally blew our minds with her black Dior T-shirt and an enormous purple skirt! Tell us, who wouldn't want to walk around in a similar outift all day? We definitely would!
Dior's sexy newspaper print dress is connected with Sex and the City just as much as Carrie herself. The man behind this stylish piece is the then director of the Dior fashion house, designer John Galliano. In the series, Carrie combined the model with sexy Christian Louboutin stilettos with an iconic red sole.
Who wouldn't remember the legendary wedding dress by Vivienne Westwood, in which Carrie smacked Mr. Big with a bouquet of roses? After the film premiere of Sex and the City, the dress became an instant hit and was sold out within a few hours.
Chalk and cheese. While Carrie is hotter than Hell in this outfit, poor Miranda took a hit from the stylists. Carrie proves that black and pink are always a safe bet. If you complement the outfit with a mini shoulder bag and suede ankle shoes, you can't go wrong.
Carrie donned Ralph Lauren's cream frock combined with a pink striped shirt in the first film sequel. If you're a fan of men's style, follow Carrie's example and pair it with high heels. You'll turn into a sexy vamp!
Do you remember the famous scene in which Carrie fell on the floor in a Dior boutique in Paris? Yes, she was wearing this sexy pink Betsey Johnson corset, stylish Lanvin coat, seductive mini dress and knee-high boots. Dressed like this, falling on your butt's got to hurt a little less... right?
Going to the farmers market sporting a beret, a Claudia Pierlot jumpsuits that ends right under the butt and a Prada maxi coat, that takes some balls... and not everyone knows how to wear an outfit like this. Carrie has worn it like a pro, though! Do you dare to follow in her footsteps?
If there's one outfit that really make Carrie look like a sexy goddess, then it's this little bodycon dress that simultanouly proves that the old saying "less is more" doesn't lie. So, do you already know what you'll be wearing next summer?