Sex and the City's Carrie - Most Memorable looks!
Carrie Bradshaw became a name on everyone's lips in the series "Sex and the City
" which became a great success worldwide! She's truly a style icon and has received many different trends named after herself. The countdown to one of this years biggest film and fashion events, "Sex and the City
2" will soon be over and we load for it's last minutes with a look back at Sarah Jessica Parker
's popular character's different styles!
In this dress that she wore in the opening scene of the first "Sex and the City
" movie, she took the trend with flowers a step further! We really like it!
When Carrie got this wonderful dress from her boyfriend Aleksandr Petrovsky, there were many who were really jealous! It's from Oscar de la Renta spring collection 2004!
Dresses in all its colors and shapes is really Carrie-style! In the first "Sex and the City
" movie she wears this beautiful creation!
The belt with rivets broke through again after Carrie matched it in a variety of ways! Many big fashion retailers imitated this particular variant!
Carrie shows to us that the cute ballerina skirt still works!
Once again she wears the belt with rivets - this time to make a pretty dress rock chic!
With a pleated skirt and a cool west Carrie rocked in the first "Sex and the City
The big scarfs got a big breaktrough thanks to this scene! We just love this red one!
When Carrie cutted off her lovely curls in the fourth season of the series it became a major trend among all hairdressing salons!
And now, a little sneak peek at Carrie's clothes in the second movie! A casual jersey dress and a big sparkling necklace - that's fashion for sure!
Finally, who can forget that wedding dress from the first movie? It has to be one of her most memorable moments ever!
Published May 26 2010 4:04 PM
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