10 Trends Carrie Bradshaw Would Love If SATC Were Still Around.
Tutus, Blahniks + bucket hats - from 1998 to 2004, Carrie Bradshaw was always bang on trend. Like many of us, she had some major fashion missteps (hello clear straps and do-rags), but generally she was among the first adopters of anything new; an influencer before the age of Insta - even if her friends weren't always quite as perfect.
So what statements would Carrie be repping in 2017? Take a look at our picks.
With loafers, under jeans, above jeans, peeking through cheeky rips - Bradshaw would have been among the first to jump on the fishnets revival again. Also, she's basically there with this outfit (even if it didn't quite make it on to the streets).
Given the label's recent collabs with Juicy Couture + your girl's #1, Manolo Blahnik, this brand would be a staple in her wardrobe, surely cementing her as a street style favourite on the NYC scene.
Already a Carrie go-to, we reckon she would elevate this with ribbon kitten heels or metallic mules.
As seen at Stella McCartney and Loewe; her new favourite to elevate an outfit.
The iconic floral dress has come full circle, with frills, whimsical silhouettes and sheer fabric gracing global runways (and we think she might be a fan of Keepsake's floaty dresses too).
Mahnolos are so 1999, babe. We all know 2016 Carrie would have been 100% in on the fur loafers trend, but in 2017 we'd put our money on her donning extra-high platforms, like those seen at Marc Jacobs, or chunky flatforms a la Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo.
Truly in her element, our leading lady would be reintroducing all things '80s (or whipping out some old faves) - think embroidered denim, a smattering of sequins + billowing sleeves.
Guaranteed that Carrie would have a whole drawer full - probably to wear while gossiping to get her heart rate up.
Already a fan of understated beauty, Carrie would take after Alicia Keys and keep it au naturale on the reg.
Perfect for boozy brunches or cafe catch-ups, Carrie would be 100% at home in a flirty sundress or gingham flares and oversized tee.
Words: Lucy Ahern