And Just Like That... our fave fashionistas are back!
We've loved seeing Carrie, Charlotte and Miranda on our screens again - whether it's sex and relationships, aging and beauty standards, or even grief and loss, the show (like the original SATC) isn't afraid to address the important issues that women face in today's society.
We have to admit though, one of the biggest reasons we were excited to revisit the lives of these NYC babes is the FASHION! The original series gave rise to so many iconic looks, so the reboot had some big Manolos to fill. We think designers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago have absolutely delivered.
Both new and old characters are serving serious style moments this season, blending the hottest looks from the runway with vintage thrifted pieces and plenty of fashion throwbacks to the OG show. We've rounded up a few of our favourite ensembles to share with you:
We're obsessed with Carrie's lipstick pink Carolina Herrera shirt dress, worn with black pumps and a Streets Ahead studded belt that featured heavily in the first movie.
New character Lisa has been one to watch this season with her bold sartorial choices - this Pleats Please dress was brought to life with the addition of chunky jewellery and a silk coat from The Row.
This Missoni sequinned cardigan dress is a standout for all the right reasons, especially with the addition of bronzed shoes and an oversized clutch.
As usual, Charlotte looks perfectly poised while walking her adorable pup Richard Burton - we love the pop of the yellow shoe paired with blue, polka dot Balenciaga and a Stella McCartney Blouse.
We swooned when Carrie rewore (twice!) this iconic atelier Versace “Mille Feuille” dress from the finale of the original series – the couture gown (and Carrie) deserved a better legacy than a lonely night in Paris.
Embracing her gorgeous natural grey, Miranda is adding some colour via her outfits, like this playful Dries Van Noten cinched-waist midi.
This powder blue Norma Kamali midi-dress is the PERFECT length for Carrie, especially when layered with this vintage Max Mara blazer.
Real Estate mogul Seema is a study in tone on tone dressing, often wearing monochromatic looks like this H2T brown Fendi ensemble, or this amazing Etro leopard suit.
Last but not least is a shoutout to the undeniably stylish Stanford Blatch, wearing this stunning periwinkle Paul Smith suit. Our New York dreams won’t be the same without you, Stanny.