Season one of And Just Like That felt like catching up with old friends—who just so happen to have the most enviable wardrobes. And as we watch season two of the Sex and the City reboot, viewers are left with even more questions: When will we see Samantha again? Can Seema find us the perfect New York apartment in this real estate market? And, can we borrow Carrie’s Atelier Versace mille feuille gown to eat Jiffy Pop, too?
Season two is rumored to investigate Carrie’s dating life even further. While last season was a who’s who of familiar SATC faces, sweet furniture maker Aidan Shaw was missing. But Aidan fans will wonder no more! John Corbett is confirmed for an appearance on the reboot and will have a “substantial, multi-episode arc.” We can’t help but wonder if this season will reignite old flames. Perhaps a wedding for Carrie and Aidan looms on the horizon à la Bennifer? In the meantime, we’ve already shopped out the potential couple’s dream registry.
While patiently pondering all of the storyline possibilities for this next season, let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit all of the most iconic scenes from the original for some 2022 wedding fashion inspiration. Most of us already know the answer to that age-old question: Which SATC character are you? Now, let’s investigate whether or not the answer applies to wedding style, too. Below, find out which SATC bride you are—and how to get the look.
The Carrie Bradshaw Bride
Carrie’s vintage label-less white suit is perhaps more relatable now than ever before. Yes, we realize her courthouse wedding only came after an attempted couture wedding, but this idea of two ceremonies is very current. For a very Carrie Bradshaw rehearsal dinner, we chose the white one-shoulder midi dress with the flower appliqué from the first movie, and for the after-party? The iconic oversized button-down for that perfect slouchy-chic look.
The Rehearsal Dinner
The Charlotte York Bride
Those who firmly believe in true love and dream of one day having the most romantic wedding ever definitely relate most to Charlotte York Goldenblatt. She ends up with the love of her life—after a failed first marriage—and wore an ethereal dress for the happy occasion. We picked this pink Elizabeth Taylor-inspired outfit for the rehearsal dinner and the prettiest “something blue” for the day after brunch.
The Rehearsal Dinner
The Classic Ceremony
The Day-After Brunch
The Samantha Jones “Bride”
Let’s face it, Samantha will be single and fabulous forever. So while there most definitely isn’t a Samantha Jones wedding in the future, it doesn’t hurt to take some inspiration from her very sexy wardrobe. For the “ceremony,” we love her white power suit ensemble—it lets her future partner know just who wears the pans. We’ve also picked out a look for taking care of business (e.g. meeting with her wedding planner). It’s all sexy, confident, and eye-catching—because that’s exactly what her wardrobe is known for.
The “On My Way to Meet My Wedding Planner” Look
The Miranda Hobbes Bride
For those who prefer something a little less “in-your-face,” we recommend channeling one’s inner Miranda and having a low-key garden wedding. The more unconventional the better. Opt for a velvet two-piece set for the ceremony; let loose at the bachelorette in some sexy lingerie; and make a statement at the poolside brunch in a bathing suit and colorful silk scarf.
The Bachelorette Party
The Garden Nuptial
Bonus: The Stanford Blatch “Bride” (or Groom)
We will always miss Stanford and his stellar style. For those channeling their inner Stanford, try an unconventional tuxedo jacket for the ceremony paired with a statement-making blouse. And, for the after-party? Glitter and pink, of course! Liza Minnelli would approve!