Charlotte looks prim and proper, as usual, in this shot from Sex and the City 2. She exudes perfection in her little pink suit, not a hair out of place, adding a Dior bag that matches to a T — even the soles of her Christian Louboutin heels are the perfect shade of pink! This Roland Mouret number has a very similar feel, so shop it now along with just the right accessories for an ultra-feminine Charlotte look.
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BuzzSugar put together a list of ten sexy flings that made their way into Carrie, Samantha, Miranda, and Charlotte's lives during Sex and the City's six seasons. From rocker Jon Bon Jovi and Californication's David Duchovny to Vince Vaughn and Mad Men's John Slattery, these ten relationships may not have lasted, but they certainly made their mark on the fab four!
Now that you've revisited Carrie's closet, let's continue our Sex and the City 2 anticipation with good girl Charlotte York. She's the quintessential example of a posh lady. Always polite, and more importantly, always dressed to perfection. Tweeds and skirt suits dominated her wardrobe, while elements of tailored casual wear proved that grocery shopping is no excuse to look sloppy. Also enviable were her selection of pretty dresses. From printed patterns to LBDs, Charlotte was the master of sleek sophistication. Click on for more posh looks from Charlotte York!
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Carrie Bradshaw and Charlotte York clearly had two very distinct and dissimilar styles. Is it possible that one dress can match them both? Affirmative! I came across a Banana Republic Floral-Print Lady Dress ($150), which at first screamed Charlotte to me, but after some thought, it also screamed Carrie. I closed my eyes and envisioned Carrie borrowing Charlotte's dress because she had spilled wine on her outfit. How would she make it her own? She would jazz up the accessories, using a studded belt, colorful heels, and sequins. Whether you're a Carrie or Charlotte wannabe, make this seemingly ladylike dress your own.
To see Charlotte's way, read more
It's so strange that after months of in-your-face advertisements and semi-revealing movie trailers, the hype is over. But thankfully, the wonderful fashions have not yet expired. Last week I broke down outfits for three scenes and now I'm here to give you a couple more. There's more on the way so stay tuned . . .
- Floral Coat and Dress, Vintage
- Pyramid Studded Belt, Vintage
- Eiffel Tower Bag, Timmy Woods ($415)
- Bracelet, Verdura
- Gladiator Shoes, Christian Dior ($780)
To see what the women wore at New York Fashion Week, read more
Can you separate Kristin Davis from her lovable character on Sex and the City? It's certainly going to be hard when it comes to Charlotte York's pristine clothes.
Many of you have expressed how you relate to the classic style of Charlotte York, and now you'll have your chance to emulate it. A bit unexpectedly, Kristin is delving into the celebrity designer sphere by creating a better-priced line for Southern retailer Belk Inc., the Charlotte, NC-based retailer. Kristin, being from Columbia, SC, admits, "I grew up shopping at Belk. It was the nicest store we had, and I'd save my allowance to go to Belk."
The Kristin Davis brand is launching with sportswear, activewear, sleepwear, handbags, jewelry, belts and footwear, and beyond, retailing for $30 to $240. Her line will be featured in a shop-in-shop and will debut late August.
SATC co-star Sarah Jessica Parker's clothing line Bitten has been a success. Like SJP, Davis was actively involved in the development of her line. She continues, "It really started in my closet, which for me is more exciting than going shopping and just seeing what already is available. I have these classic pieces I've have for six, 10 years that I hold onto."
In case you've been MIA, the whole Sugar gang finally saw the Sex and the City movie. But don't worry, I'm not going to utter a word about the story line. What I am going to open my trap about are the wardrobes of the fabulous foursome, courtesy of Patricia Field. Almost all of Carrie's outfits were dead on and gush worthy, but it was a little strange to see Miranda always dressed up and accessorized. I guess she's grown up and now appreciates fashion! Because I'm Fab, I was instantly able to identify what each character was wearing as soon as I saw it. Not! Let's just say I have friends in high places who were amazing enough to share their wealth of wardrobe knowledge. And what an excessive amount of wealth it is — dive in!
- White Dress and Shoes, Prada
- Brown Quilted Bag, Chanel
- Oversized Square Sunglasses, Salt Optical
- Ivory Suit, Ralph Lauren ($119)
- Peep-Toe Shoes, Manolo Blahnik
- Clutch, Judith Leiber
- Champagne Dress, Alberta Ferretti
- Metallic Belt, Carlos Falchi
- Metallic Peep-Toe Shoes, Luciano Padovan
- Python Bag, Nancy Gonzalez
- Red Jacket, Thierry Mugler
- Red Pencil Skirt, Valentino
- Red Pointy Shoes, Roberto Cavalli
- Red Patent Bag, Fendi
To see more SATC movie wardrobe breakdowns, read more
We are getting closer and closer to the Sex and the City movie premiere (yay!), and we have yet to hear from the entire cast. Next up is Kristin Davis, aka Charlotte York. She was traditional, loved simplicity, and never wore anything too avant-garde. Still, her sweetness won us over, no matter our style preference. Here, Kristin dishes about her on-screen wardrobe, what she got to keep, and how her character's style has evolved.
Did Charlotte break out any new fashion?
She was never a rule breaker. She updated a little, but I wouldn’t call it a breaking of any rules. Pat is a very creative woman as we all know and really felt strongly that all of the girls would be updated in a way that would reflect where they were in life. So my silhouette is a bit more simple, a little less bows and flowers and things that she used to wear. And she wanted to try, and this is obviously in one’s fantasy life, a little bit of 1970s Jackie O – the sunglasses and on.
Were you excited about the outfits?
Yeah. It sounds so surface-y, but back in the real world we have been in for the last couple of years, you go to your fitting and you’re like, oh dear. Because we were just spoiled, spoiled, spoiled. Sarah had actually emailed me after hers [fitting] because she had actually had a little, ohhhhhhhh reaction, and she was like, wait until you get here. So I was kind of like, OK, I’m ready, and you walk in and there’s literally everything, tables of bags, tables of shoes, just a warehouse of literally every couture sample that is even remotely available. It really is quite something, and we could never do it without the support of the designers because even though we have a very lovely budget from New Line, it's just not possible.
To hear more from Kristin and to see photos of her from the film, read more