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All of Carrie Bradshaw’s best repeat outfits to date

When celebrities or famous TV show characters, like Carrie Bradshaw, wear an item from their own wardrobe again, it takes on added meaning. Sure, it’s something we regular people do all the time – but given the vast access A-listers have to fashion’s hottest pieces, it’s a powerful message about fashion. importance of sustainability: love and wear what you already have.

Carrie Bradshaw masters the art of vintage

It is a philosophy that a certain fictional character, sex and the cityit is Carrie Bradshawstarted defending a long time ago, let it be his famous Carrie necklace or her Chanel boots. Indeed, in the first season of And just like that, Sarah Jessica ParkerThe character has often been seen wearing iconic pieces from the original HBO series. The purple sequin Fendi The baguette bag makes its appearance, as does its blue satin Manolo Blahnik Hangisi heels, which she wore when she ultimately married Mr. Big in the first sex and the city film. It just goes to show that investing in timeless pieces in your 20s and 30s will pay off when you’re in your 50s and beyond.

Apart from accessories, Carrie also revisited some of her most important looks, including the Atelier Versace Mille Feuille dress which she first wore in Paris in season six of the original series. On the reboot, the character shows the rare coin to his real estate agent friend Sema Patel, describing it as his “pride and joy”. (Carrie has enlisted Charlotte’s daughter, Lily, to help archive her vast collection – she even says she’ll spend the Versace dress on her one day.)

What other famous looks might we see Carrie carry in And just like that season two? She’s already been spotted in her Dior gladiator sandals during filming, so watch this space. In the meantime, take a look at CarrieBest repeated outfits to date.

Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

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A look back at Carrie Bradshaw’s most iconic vintage looks

Hazel J. Edmonds

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