Yes, it's been more than two decades since the world fell in love with the witty script, relatable characters, and, most importantly, the stylish outfits. We're still trying to figure out how Carrie Bradshaw, played by Sarah Jessica Parker , ran around in a pink tutu and stilettos on the busy streets of Manhattan. The remarkable thing about the show is its lasting appeal, from the storylines to the fashion choices. To celebrate its anniversary, we've rounded up the shoe moments that are still relevant today. Plus, we've shopped out the styles so you can get your Carrie Bradshaw on, too.
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I Wore Carrie Bradshaw’s Iconic Manolo Blahniks From Sex and the City – Footwear News
By Elana Fishman. But in , affording her favorite Manolo Blahniks, Jimmy Choos and Christian Louboutins would be even more of a stretch, since those brands have essentially doubled their prices over the past two decades. Sorry, lover. Sacre bleu!
Sex and the City’s Most Iconic (And Outrageous) Shoe Moments
Its depiction of single life for women in their thirties — their relationship highs and lows, their unwavering dedication to friendship, their career triumphs, career struggles — continue to resonate. Indeed, a time when such issues cease to be relevant seems unimaginable. Sex and the City lives on.
Despite the many designers who found a home in her wardrobe, one name stood out: Manolo Blahnik. Big Chris Noth. See Also. And while there were many standout styles, it was the Hangisi pump that stole the show.