Popsugar Fashion Sex And The City Sex and the City Fashion Facts 10 Facts About Sex and the City That Will Blow Every Fashion Girl's Mind June 6, 2018 by Sarah Wasilak Image Source: Everett Collection You think you know every Sex and the City episode like the back of your hand, but when it comes to the little style notes, you're out of the loop. So much goes into nailing every shot and creating the perfect look — just ask costume designer Patricia Field, who made sure no outfit was repeated throughout the entire series! Except for that one . . . Now, we know you're itching to find out more about the show you rerun every weekend. Read on for 10 crazy-cool tidbits about all things fashion — from the Sex and the City film, too! When you're finished studying up, we promise you'll feel just as in-the-know as Carrie Bradshaw herself. Related: How to Dress Like Your Favorite Sex and the City Character For Life 1 There’s a Reason Carrie Loves Clothes So Much Image Source: Everett Collection Sure, Sarah Jessica Parker got to wear some of the most memorable costumes, but maybe that's because her contract demanded clothes. In James Andrew Miller's new book, a conversation between producer Darren Star and SJP confirms she wouldn't appear nude in the show. 1 / 10 2 Carrie’s Famous Tutu Only Cost $5! Image Source: Everett Collection It was a random find that costumer Patricia Field came across while shopping in a showroom. Now that bargain piece is framed and hanging in director Michael Patrick King’s office. 2 / 10 3 All of Miranda’s Earrings Were Clip-Ons Image Source: Everett Collection Actress Cynthia Nixon didn’t have pierced ears, so costume designers would find her clip-ons or tap designers to create new ones. 3 / 10 4 No Outfit Was Repeated Image Source: Getty / James Devaney Except for the fur coat Carrie wears in the final episode. The first time she wore it? The very first episode! How serendipitous is that? 4 / 10 5 Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Cattrall Were Made to Love Heels Image Source: Getty / James Devaney SJP spent up to 18 hours a day in the footwear, and Kim said that they made her feel more like Samantha. She kept them on even when they weren’t part of the shot. 5 / 10 6 Big’s Ex-Wife Natasha Only Wore White Image Source: Getty / Bob Gevinski This was to further convey her personality as "vanilla." 6 / 10 7 Vivienne Westwood Hand-Wrote the Note That Comes With Carrie’s Wedding Dress in the Film Image Source: Everett Collection Though many reported that the designer didn’t love the movie, she definitely took part in one of its most iconic moments. 7 / 10 8 Victoria Beckham Made a Cameo — Sort Of A photo posted by @sohohouse on Jun 28, 2016 at 11:31am PDT While she was originally offered to play a role on the show, Victoria had to turn down the opportunity because she was busy touring with the Spice Girls. However, during the scene where Samantha stops in front of the Soho House to greet Phoebe (played by Geri Halliwell), Victoria and David Beckham were inside at the time. 8 / 10 9 Charlotte Was Proposed To in Front of a Fake Tiffany & Co. A photo posted by Tiffany & Co. (@tiffanyandco) on Jul 5, 2016 at 2:03pm PDT The company asked HBO to create their own storefront due to security. 9 / 10 10 You Can Buy Carrie’s Nameplate Necklace Image Source: Getty / James Devaney Patricia Field still sells them to this day on her website as part of her signature collection. 10 / 10 Sex And The CityFactsMoviesPatricia FieldSarah Jessica ParkerTom BradyVivienne WestwoodTiffany & Co.