20 Years Later: Carrie Bradshaw's Wardrobe Lives On As Our Style Inspiration

The very first episode of Sex and the City aired 20 years ago on 6th June, 1998. Time flies, indeed! 

Over the years, the iconic show has been an embodiment of many different things to so many people - love, glam, friendship, fashion and ambition. The Manhattan lives of these four gripping characters have been so intriguing and captivating to all of us.

Sarah Jessica Parker's (5'3") Carrie Bradshaw has taught me everything about fashion. From tulle skirts to Manolos, fur coats to Oscar de La Renta gowns, Carrie is pure fascination and inspiration.

Let's take a look back at the bold style and fashion statements made by Carrie Bradshaw that have been inspiring us since 1998.

  The tutu skirt can be considered the real star of the show: it appeared in the opening credits for every episode as Carrie strolls the streets of Manhattan.

The tutu skirt can be considered the real star of the show: it appeared in the opening credits for every episode as Carrie strolls the streets of Manhattan.

  It may have been overkill for Carrie, but we wouldn't have said no to the gift of that gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown, even if we only wore it to McDonald's.

It may have been overkill for Carrie, but we wouldn't have said no to the gift of that gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown, even if we only wore it to McDonald's.

  This little black dress is the ultimate stunner: looking so chic, sexy and simple all at once! Carrie’s iconic look, no doubt.

This little black dress is the ultimate stunner: looking so chic, sexy and simple all at once! Carrie’s iconic look, no doubt.

  Carrie rocks this vintage white dress complete with statement floral detail in the opening sequence of Sex And The City The Movie.

Carrie rocks this vintage white dress complete with statement floral detail in the opening sequence of Sex And The City The Movie.

  Carrie in her Vivienne Westwood wedding dress with an avian veil at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Carrie in her Vivienne Westwood wedding dress with an avian veil at New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Evening Gown

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Fur Coat

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Skirt

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