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Every outfit Carrie Bradshaw wore in season 2 of "Sex and the City"

As I promised in the Season 1 article, I have committed to capturing every single outfit Carrie Bradshaw wore in every single episode of "Sex and the City."

After finishing the season and going through my completed files, I came to the conclusion that season two is the season of long and flowy summer dresses and skirts for Ms. Carrie Bradshaw. The iconic "Carrie" nameplate necklace also becomes cemented into the series and we see Carrie starting to branch out more in terms of avant-garde fashion choices. Which is why from now on, I am now adding a section I call "Looks only Carrie could pull off" before getting into the top 10 looks and episode-by-episode collections.

Looks only Carrie could pull off

Top 10 looks

10. Observation: Carrie always wears the best outfits when she is with Stanford and he did not have enough screentime this season.

9. Like I said, season 2 is the season of dresses & skirts. So prepare yourself.

8. You have to click on this picture and zoom in to be able to really understand the magnificence of this dress.


6. Not sure how the tie-dye tank top works with this printed skirt but Carrie made it work

5. One of the most iconic and well-known looks of the series. You've probably seen it on your Pinterest feed.

4. "I've talked to her twice. Once I was in a cowboy hat and once I was in my bra. I'm like friggin' Annie Get Your Clothes On."

3. Chic, effortless. An independent boss woman.

2. When Carrie wrote a beautiful speech for a wedding and Big GOT UP AND LEFT DURING IT.

1. The number one spot is taken by the beautiful white satin dress Carrie wears in the last scene of the last episode when she confronts Big and we *think* she is finally moving on from him. Stay tuned for the next season when Carrie once again wears another exquisite outfit and we *think* she is finally moving on from him.

Episode breakdown

Episode 1: Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Episode 2: The Awful Truth

Episode 3: The Freak Show

Episode 4: They Shoot Single People, Don't They?

Episode 5: Four Women and a Funeral

Episode 6: The Cheating Curve

Episode 7: The Chicken Dance