Sarah Jessica Parker on the set of Sex and the City 2 in New York City wearing a sporty Dior logo top paired with a glamorous skirt - 2009 Sarah Jessica Parker on the set of Sex and the City 2 in New York City wearing a sporty Dior logo top paired with a glamorous skirt - 2009

Twenty years later, these five Sex and the City looks are still trendy.

Dior Logomania

Carrie Bradshaw is credited with singlehandedly changing perceptions of labels as prestigious as Dior. The brand was, if possible, even more universally desirable after Sarah Jessica Parker appeared onscreen in pieces with plenty of pep. Today, Dior logomania is out of control in the most fashionable way possible, especially in the streets of Paris, appearing on the backs of tops like Carrie’s, as well as purse handles and chic shades.

Cream of the Crop

Crop tops and bra tops were major Sex and the City staples. The liberating look is sometimes sweet, sometimes sporty, and definitely popular right now both on the sidewalks and red carpets. Tied-off bodices have particularly nostalgic, ’90s appeal, whether worn by Rihanna, Ashley Tisdale, or January Jones.

Big Blooms

Oversized flower accents added spice to Sex and the City on more than one occasion. The exquisite look is alive and well in 2018, popping on exotic dresses, suits, and more.

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One of the many, many style lessons from Sex and the City is how to take a menswear staple and infuse it with femininity. Newsboy caps like the beige one SJP rocked onscreen are trending now on the sidewalks, adding vintage charm to all kinds of ensembles.

Tulle Romance

From Carrie’s unforgettable tutu to the gorgeous green dress that made a dramatic night in Paris even more dramatic, tulle added icing on the cake in Sex and the City. Fashionistas can channel their inner SJP with bouncy skirts of all lengths, full of movement and personality. — jas