Every Iconic Carrie Bradshaw Outfit From "Sex and the City"
"Sex and the City" may have premiered 25 years ago, but the cast's memorable outfits have left an indelible imprint on fans ever since. Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha Jones, Charlotte York, and Miranda Hobbes's fashion-forward ensembles continue to serve major style inspiration even after all this time. From Bradshaw's famous tutu to Jones's body-con dresses, the show's costume designer, Patricia Field, made sure every outfit was not only stylish, but also unforgettable.
The fashion is so memorable, in fact, that it's a focal point of Max's new immersive, 4-day experience, " And Just Like That…It's Been 25 Years, A Sex and the City Experience." In celebration of the 25th anniversary of "Sex and the City" as well as the season 2 premiere of "And Just Like That," the experience invites fans to move through a series of inspired rooms, including a recreation of Carrie Bradshaw's apartment and a Ketel One bar with alcoholic and virgin Cosmos. It'll also feature Bradshaw's famed closet and the best fashion from both the original and revival series. Tickets sold out in just 20 minutes, but attendees will undoubtedly share every moment of the experience on social media.
In the meantime, keep scrolling to relive "Sex and the City"'s sartorial inspiration, one Carrie Bradshaw look at a time. Click through for 47 pictures — in no particular order — of the character's most iconic fashion moments from the set of both the films and the show.
That floral dress she wears to see Big
We have a soft spot in our hearts for the flirty, floral Richard Tyler dress Carrie wears to meet Big at the Central Park Boathouse in season three.
That ruffled little pink dress and scarf
The white pumps are perfection!
Those "big night out" looks
Charlotte, Carrie, and Samantha gave us three major looks when they went out dancing for Fleet Week in season five.
That iconic look from the promo
The hair, the coat, the Manolos.
That casual look
Carrie had a "perfect outfit" in mind for her first date with Jack Berger, but the look she ended up wearing — a slip thrown effortlessly over jeans — still lives rent free in our heads.
That cool scarf and stripes
As always, Carrie killed it with the accessories.
That sheer top and shorts
This high-low mix is unexpectedly chic.
That dress with Charlotte York vibes
Carrie's polished fit-and-flare dress looks like it was snagged from Charlotte's closet — and we don't mind a bit.
That rainbow skirt
Even caught in the rain, Carrie looked downright adorable in this rainbow-bright look.
That chic daytime date look
Carrie's chic separates subtly coordinated with Aleksandr Petrovsky on their day date in the park.
That Oscar de la Renta dress
When Aleksandr Petrovsky surprised Carrie with this pink Oscar de la Renta dress for the ballet, our hearts skipped a beat.
That little Juicy dress
The terrycloth dress is almost as memorable as Carrie's run-in with the girl who dated Aidan right after she did.
That pom-pom hat
If Carrie's wearing all-black you can bet she'll have some attention-getting add-ons, like that pom-pom hat.
That Paris look
For her arrival in Paris, Carrie goes all-out Parisian-chic.
That little python dress
Carrie's little strappy dress was made for a night out in NYC.
That denim blazer
Casual and a little quirky — this outfit is classic Carrie.
That understated day dress
Easy-chic, and finished with pink Dr. Scholl's sandals (not pictured).
That glam green look
In the first movie, Carrie's green on green florals make a lasting impression.
That fringed minidress
For her first date with Petrovsky, Carrie slips into the chicest take on fringe.
That wedding dress
Even if it's not the wedding dress she married Big in, the Vivienne Westwood creation will always be a favorite fashion moment, complete with a bird on Carrie's head.
That little pink dress
This bright pink mini is one part Jackie O, all parts Carrie Bradshaw.
That mixed print moment
When Carrie Bradshaw delivers print, she likely gives you a double dose.
That NYE look
This glamorous take on pajamas landed on every fashion girl's Pinterest board.
That floral coat
Carrie got all dressed up to ring the bell at the NY Stock Exchange.
That school-girl inspired moment
Carrie makes the whole knee-socks-heels thing look effortless.
Throwing it back to her iconic flower accessories, Carrie wore a bold version in the first movie, too.
That bridesmaid dress
For Charlotte's wedding to Harry, Carrie showed off the most romantic kind of bridesmaid dress.
That low-key suit
Carrie's known for remixing traditional wardrobe pieces, like she did with this casual take on suiting, simply styled with a striped tee underneath.
That breezy top and pedal-pushers
Carrie's mix here sounds like it wouldn't necessarily work, but it does.
That newspaper dress
Carrie reprised her famous newspaper print dress from the series in the second SATC movie.
That pretty pink dress
Carrie's gorgeous pink dress and white coat are the stuff of dreams.
That bustier dress
The belt and the bag give it just the right dose of Carrie.
That slip dress and floral coat
Carrie's take on "ladies who lunch" comes with a vintage clutch and a slip dress, while Samantha's comes with a furry-trimmed coat and statement boots.
That neon dress
Brights on brights, because Carrie really can wear it all.
That winter chic mix
Carrie's take on winter dressing comes in all forms, including a polished blazer and skirt.
That book party dress
The feather-trimmed mini was downright fabulous.
That Parisian cool vibe
Carrie mastered the part of American in Paris with this cool look.
That polka-dot dream dress
While out and about in Paris, Carrie showed off a flared polka-dot dress and the most beautiful white Louboutins.
That winter-chic denim
Strolling in Paris with Petrovsky in tow, Carrie's denim moment came complete with a luxurious coat, bag, and boots.
That tulle dress
This look from the final season was reminiscent of Carrie's iconic tulle skirt from the opening credits, one that we've loved since the beginning.
That post-breakup look
Post post-it note breakup, Carrie headed out in this high-low mix.
That "Big" moment outfit
For her last look in the final episode, Carrie was classic Carrie in a gorgeous coat and a smattering of sequins.
this little white dress and megawatt jewels was a favorite from the first movie.
That major mini
We've never met a Carrie Bradshaw minidress moment we didn't love.
That country look
Even if she didn't love Aidan's country house, she at least dressed the part.
That little purple dress
Carrie's cool little purple dress was as standout in the second SATC movie.
That ladylike look
With gloves and a pleated skirt, this Carrie look is a little Charlotte too.