She just embraces color in the loveliest way and it inevitably wants you to run out to the nearest store and buy a rainbow striped skirt and call it a damn day. Television Carrie created her own fantasies; movie Carrie gets hers off the rack. Women seemed to think dressing like Carrie meant dressing like Carrie, and a thousand fake flower corsages bloomed.
Carrie's sartorial creativity symbolizes what's most appealing about her character: Her creative outlet was getting dressed. Eventually, though, the clothes became something more than just shorthand. Forget Carrie's unrealistically nice apartment. Blume squelched dreams of a Sex and the City: Some of these were beautiful, and some were pure disasters, but, regardless, Carrie offered an admirable model of how a woman should relate to her wardrobe: And with the Carrie nameplate necklace. She just embraces color in the loveliest way and it inevitably wants you to run out to the nearest store and buy a rainbow striped skirt and call it a damn day. Her classic style had a refined elegance none of the other girls could quite pull off. Some people swear by short-haired season 4 Carrie, others are obsessed with Charlotte circa her wedding to Harry. The film shows us a Carrie with narrowed horizons—both sartorially and romantically. The nude silk dress looked so good with her pallor!! The citizens featured in New York's Look Book, the cover girls of Lucky, the elegant sophisticates anointed by the Sartorialist: Women seemed to think dressing like Carrie meant dressing like Carrie, and a thousand fake flower corsages bloomed. It's true that a vintage suit plays a small and valiant role in the film. I'm not telling you whether she marries him—breathlessly panting the name of each designer as she poses and preens: The fact that this one mirrors the thousand-layer dress is a nice little detail. Here are our picks, and why we love them in no particular order. She looked so good in these simple dresses. Many of the outfits are glorious. Above all, she valued looks that showcased the unexpected. There, I said it. Television Carrie was a woman who took a costume designer's approach to her own life, plotting oddball outfits for brunches and ball games alike. Although TV Carrie was a sucker for Manolo Blahnik and an ostentatious dresser, she wasn't a label whore. In another movie, this labelpalooza wouldn't be so depressing. Why, after all, did Carrie dress like such a kook?
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