HomeOutfits By Style TypesClassy ChicIconic Carrie Bradshaw Outfits We know Sex and the City already ended a couple of years ago. One thing we certainly can’t forget is Carrie Bradshaw’s undeniably marvelous style. Remember that time she looked like Madonna? Lovely mixture of grey, black, lavender and pink. Carrie Bradshaw can mix and match patterns and colors however the hell she wants and still look like she was styled by Lagerfeld. Roberto Cavalli dress. It will look divine on women for a classic touch these days. A multi-colored dress for a cheery and fun Carrie. What better way to style it than by adding in bright pieces to compliment your look. If it worked for Carrie Bradshaw, it will work for you as well. Remember that episode where she went with Charlotte to the opera but left immediately when she saw Big with Natasha? An English-inspired outfit. She totally rocked this one. Carrie can keep it casual once in a while, but she still continues to look so fashionable. Look at this outfit she wore to a movie date. This may not be the most stylish look of hers but this certainly will never be forgotten. She has been a fan of tulle since the beginning. Remember she even wore one on the Sex and the City 2 movie? But this is one of the classics. We wish we could also wear something like this when we go ice skating. Instead we bundle ourselves in thick layers and sometimes that’s not even that attractive. Stunning dress where she recited a piece of poetry about love during a wedding. Remember that episode? Dior newspaper print dress. This dress was so famous and memorable that it even appeared twice on the show. Wow. This outfit looks like there are a lot going on but let us tells you, it’s absolutely stunning. We wish we could pull off an outfit such as this one. Remember the balloon dress she wore? This one is just our absolute favorite. Combine casual and formal – what do you get? A Carrie Bradshaw look. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.