Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw is considered a fashion icon in the truest sense of the word. Sex and the City stylist Patricia Field did an unforgettable job dressing one of television's most beloved characters—in fact, many of the looks Carrie wore ended up predicting the future of fashion in an overwhelmingly accurate way.
We recently binge-watched a few seasons of the show, and we noticed a number of current-day fashion trends on Carrie, way back in the late '90s and early aughts. From lucite footwear to the still-relevant lampshading trend, Carrie did it all way before it was cool. And for that, we bow down once again at the altar of Ms. Bradshaw.
Keep scrolling to see seven trends Carrie Bradshaw wore 20 years ahead of us all!
Way before the Gucci loafers were a mainstay in every It girl's wardrobe, Carrie slid her feet into a pair of embellished mules.
Carrie wore the street style staples out and about in NYC when most women would never dream of leaving their pumps at home.
The '60s-inspired platform pumps in every blogger's closet? Carrie had 'em first.
Perhaps Kanye West took a nod from Carrie when he decided to create the vast majority of his Yeezy shoes in lucite.
Wearing an oversize sweater as a dress? All Carrie.
Coats with vivid prints, colorways, and embellishments are a mainstay in the contemporary street style stars' cache. Carrie had a plethora.
Culottes have come in and out over the years, but Carrie made them look cool way before anyone else thought it was possible.
Style Icon: Carrie Bradshaw
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