Carrie Bradshaw fashion tips

The «Sex and the City» series was released 22 years ago, but designers, stylists, and global fashionistas are still inspired by the looks of Carrie Bradshaw – the main character of the series, played by Sarah Jessica Parker. Many outfits of the heroine are still relevant today, and some of them are the main trends of the season.

Flower prints

Carrie Bradshaw often appeared on the streets of New York City in sundresses with watercolor floral prints that gave freshness to her look and emphasized the golden shade of her hair. Similar dresses appeared in Alexander McQueen’s collections not once – they were also sewn from fabric with floral prints and decorated with delicate flounces.

Lingerie style

Lingerie dresses are another passion of Carrie Bradshaw; over the past few seasons, this style has simply captured the minds and wardrobes of fashionistas around the world. For example, Givenchy and Balenciaga collections were dedicated to lingerie style; its individual elements can be found in many famous designers’ collections.

Decorated shoes

Atlas evening decorated shoes, which the heroine Sarah Jessica Parker wore in the series, are extremely relevant. The actress herself continues to produce them under her own brand today, but other fashion brands – from Rochas to Dolce & Gabbana – keep up with her.

Open shoulders

Kerry Bradshaw rarely chose outfits that were frank or vulgar. She achieved the right dose of sexuality in her looks by delicate methods, for example, opened her shoulders. This season the tops and dresses with a smoothly cut shoulder line are a symbol of new femininity, and Bradshaw proved that many years ago.

Eclectic looks

Eclecticism defines the style of the Italian brand Gucci during last seasons, but the main character of the series «Sex and the City» Kerry Bradshaw tried on such looks for a long time before. For example, she bravely combined a skirt with an animalistic print with a strict jacket and added to them a plaid scarf and elegant shoes.


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