Of Course You Want to Dress Like Carrie Bradshaw This Summer

Many stylish female leads have made memorable appearances on television, but none have left a mark quite so impactful as Carrie Bradshaw on Sex and the City. The sartorial masterpieces that costume designer Patricia Field created for each episode had fashion lovers tuning in for more every week.

From gorgeous floral dresses to sexy slips, Carrie could rock any garment—casual or fancy, subtle or flamboyant. Her iconic outfits provided endless eye candy, leaving us all with a serious case of shoe envy and the urge to shop for clothes just like hers. Simply put, you could always count on Carrie for great fashion.

The legendary lead character has us wondering what we could wear this summer to honor her one-of-a-kind style. Click below to see some great options to help boost your summer style, inspired by our favorite clothes-hoarding, shoe-obsessed trendsetter: Carrie Bradshaw.

Pretty in Pink

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HBO

Skip the white sneakers for something a bit more playful.

This pleated skirt is as much of an essential for the office as it is for the weekend.

This piece will pop against your favorite pair of jeans.

The Naked Dress

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HBO

Do you wear this in the bedroom or to brunch? You make the call.

This tilted hem adds a bit more intrigue to an otherwise minimal design. 

The square-neck silhouette feels very '90s (just like SATC).

The Floral Fanatic

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Rex

The moody, black-and-white color scheme of these flowers feels modern and edgy.

If you want to downplay the flirtiness of this skirt, simply pair with a plain tee, leather jacket, and booties.

Stripes of All Types

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HBO

Here's the easy Saturday-to-Sunday uniform you've been looking for.

Ravishing in Ruffles

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For the record, the statement-sleeve trend is still going strong.

If you want to create an hourglass silhouette, a wrap skirt with a waist tie instantly cinches the middle.

Have a summer wedding to attend? Done.

Think you know Carrie Bradshaw? Take this quiz to see if you can guess who said the quote: Sarah Jessica Parker or her most famous on-screen character.

This post has been updated by Gina Marinelli and Rachel Burns.