The 23 Cutest Outfits Ever On Sex And The City

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1. The Classic Carrie

tutuBrianna: It’s the classic. It’s the SATC staple. I love it because back when she wore it, nobody else was wearing tulle like that. It was decidedly out-of-current-trend and she chasséd down the street like she just didn’t give a damn. That’s what I love most about Carrie and what I’ve tried to emulate from her: she does what she wants and she doesn’t justify it.

2. Carrie’s Rainbow Coalition.

carrierainbowJamie: Carrie might be the only person who can pull off the “I WORE EVERY COLOR IN THE RAINBOW” look. She just embraces color in the loveliest way and it inevitably wants you to run out to the nearest store and buy a rainbow striped skirt and call it a damn day.

Chelsea: OMG yes I love that outfit.

3. Samantha’s (Movie) Hat.

samhatBrianna: I know we’re not doing the movies but we have to make…

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We Almost Dated: The One Who Won’t Go Away

Madhuri:

Um WOW!!! Needed to read this so badly…

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You watch your phone after every text you send, patiently waiting for those three small dots, giving you a glimmer of hope he might respond. They appear for a second then stop. “Maybe he’s just busy,” you think, scrolling up to reread his sweet texts from last week for your own mental clarification that he’s interested.

Introducing: The One Who Won’t Go Away. He makes you feel special enough, but you still don’t feel like you have his full attention. He’s stayed in your life long enough to give you that pinch of hope that your hookup routine will turn into an actual relationship. Your friends ask you why you’ve kept this guy in your life for so long. Between daydreams of meeting his family and the moment he says his first “I love you,” a small demon in the back of your head named “Logic” reminds you it…

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10 Crappy Things Modern Society Has Turned Into Social Norms

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1. Confusing not having to justify our actions with being unable to justify our actions.

Don’t-have-to-explain-myself and can’t-explain-myself are entirely different concepts. Don’t-have-to is a defense mechanism for can’t. People do incredibly crappy things to each other and revel in the fact that technically there’s no explanation necessary. LIFE IS A ZERO ACCOUNTABILITY STORE, LET’S BREAK IN AND LOOT. We’re convinced that inconsiderate or irrational behavior shows some odd form of confidence, because you don’t worry about being well liked or clarifying your actions to others. Entirely too often, the simple fact is that we can’t justify the bad things that we’ve done. I get it, it’s great to free yourself from the chains of society’s judgment, but it’s also nice to be capable of validating your actions, at the very least, to yourself.

2. Replacing the phrase “Call an ambulance!” with “Are you recording this?”

It’s incredible how many…

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QOTD: Angela Bowen

There’s nothing I love more than finding word that fit perfectly to what I’ve been trying to say.

“Perhaps you thought loving me would require work, so I’m sorry I couldn’t elucidate this difference: it requires action of course, my love, but not work, at least no more than waking and breathing is work. Respect for the other that you keep cradled in your heart is never work. It just is.”- Angela Bowen

xo