15 Things We Totally Still Believe From Sex and the City
Does Sex and the City ever get old? We're willing to go out on a limb and say that no matter how many years pass, and no matter how much times may change, the female-centric show depicting the sartorial and romantic dramas of Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte never ceases to be entertaining—and shockingly relevant.
Even though the official finale of the beloved HBO show aired in 2004, there's still nothing we find more comforting than curling up with an episode of the show (typically selected at random) and a glass of wine. Something about it still speaks to the core of who we are as fashion-forward women, and so many of the lessons we initially learned from the show still ring true for us today.
Keep scrolling for 15 Sex and the City lessons we still believe to this day!
One of the best Sex and the City episodes of all time is season six, episode 83: "A Woman's Right to Shoes." Carrie attends the baby shower of an old friend of hers, at which someone makes off with her beloved Manolo Blahnik sandals. When Carrie asks her friend to reimburse her for the shoes, to the tune of $485, she mocks Carrie for placing so much importance on a material possession. She decides to "register" herself at a Manolo Blahnik store, forcing her friend to replace them by proxy.
When Carrie pays a visit to the Vogue fashion closet in season four, she finds a pair of Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes on the shelf and proceeds to flip out over them, declaring them an "urban shoe myth."
When Carrie's beloved Mac computer suddenly deletes all her files, she takes it into the laptop doctor wrapped in a pashmina scarf. Enough said.
In season two, Carrie comes upon the sudden realization that there are actually only two types of women in the world: the simple girls and the Katie girls (inspired by the iconic Robert Redford movie The Way We Were). Carrie decides she is a Katie girl, too complicated and unruly for her off-again love Mr. Big to handle.
Following her breakup from fiancé Aidan, Carrie faces a major financial meltdown when she realizes she essentially owns no liquid assets. She attempts to get a loan from the bank to buy back her apartment from Aidan, but she is denied, at which point she exclaims, "I've spent $40,000 on shoes but I have no place to live?! I will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes."
When Berger breaks up with Carrie over a Post-It note, the girlfriends make it their mission enmake sure he gets what's coming to him. Bradshaw notes that when a man breaks up with a girl in such a manner, he's basically declaring war on not just the ex-flame but also her entire group of friends.
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