Last Updated on December 12, 2021
If you haven’t seen the Sex and the City reboot …And Just Like That yet, where have you been?
Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis have reprised their roles as Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte in the 10-episode series, which finally arrived on our screens this week.
A big missing piece of the puzzle however is Kim Cattrall, who turned down the opportunity to return as Samantha amid rumours of a feud between her and SJP.
It’s hard not to miss Samantha’s quips, killer power outfits and hilarious dating storylines, but the producers kept us distracted with a pretty heartbreaking twist at the end of episode one.
If you haven’t seen the first episodes of …And Just Like That yet, don’t worry, I won’t give you any spoilers… unless we’re talking about the fashion.
The original series broke many boundaries when it first aired back in 1998, but perhaps its biggest legacy is to fashion.
Costume designer and stylist Patricia Field changed how women dressed through her time on SATC, popularising pieces including (but certainly not limited to) the name necklace, tutu skirt and Fendi baguette.
Field has since moved on to become the Costume Designer for Netflix’s Emily in Paris, meaning she was unavailable to work her magic on the new season. Instead, she passed the baton onto Molly Rogers, who she worked alongside on the original show.
As expected, Rogers hasn’t left us disappointed. Just two episodes in and I’m already rearranging my wardrobe to dig out my flower corsages, name necklace and Manolo Blahnik dupes (who am I kidding!).
SATC always made an instant impact on fashion trends, so it comes as no surprise that searches for certain pieces have been skyrocketing since the announcement of the new season was made.
So which trends should you actually look out for? Here are six I predict will get big very soon and where to buy them now.
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Carrie wouldn’t be Carrie without her oversized floral corsages.
Vintage corsage, £18, Etsy – buy now
Large Satin-Feel Rose Flower on Concord Clip & Brooch Pin, from £9.99, Amazon – buy now
The Fendi Baguette
Who can forget this iconic scene, where Carrie is forced to hand over her bag and shoes at gunpoint?
The bag is back this season and we couldn’t be more excited.
Purple Sequinned Baguette, £2,980, Fendi – buy now
Rose may not have appreciated being bought an Oscar De La Renta gown, but we sure as hell would!
Ruffled Printed Faille Mini Dress, £2,050, Oscar De La Renta at Net-a-Porter – buy now
Frolic Kourtney Dress, £248, Reformation – buy now
It’s time to dig out your Manolos, Carrie’s back!
Her famous wedding shoes reappear in And Just Like That, offering a nostalgic nod to the original series.
Gold Hangisi 105 Crystal-Embellished Metallic Mesh and Leather Pumps, £795, Manolo Blahnik at Net-a-Porter – buy now
Mid-heel Slingback Shoe, £59.99, Zara – buy now
I was kind of obsessed with Carrie wearing two handbags in the first episode. I can never fit enough in my handbags anyway, so why not?!
Textured Chain Shoulder Bag, £69, Charles & Keith – buy now
Snap Pearl-Embellished Shoulder Bag, £795, Simone Rocha at Farfetch – buy now
Newcomer Nicole Ari Parker has already stolen our hearts as Lisa Todd Wexley – as has that ridiculously chunky chain.
Two-Tone Necklace, £155, The Kooples – buy now
Chain Link Necklace, £17.99, Zara – buy now