We've now seen five episodes of And Just Like That. And while the jury's out on some of the storylines, the clothes are as fabulous as ever. Patricia Field, the legendary costume director responsible for their wardrobes in the series and subsequent movies, wasn't able to sign on for the reboot, but outfits we've seen so far certainly look SATC-adjacent, with the costume designer duo, Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago, serving up some seriously good style moments.
Carrie's back in sky-high Mary-Janes (for the most part); Miranda's rocking her particular brand of 'power dressing'; Charlotte's swishing about in pleats and polka dots. And there are also some new cast members to get excited about: Nicole Ari Parker, who plays Lisa Todd Wexley, and Sarita Choudhury, who plays real estate agent Seema Patel, both of whom have signature styles that have already been established (power necklaces for the former; sumptuous neutrals for the latter).
As soon as filming started last summer, fan accounts sprung up that catalogue exactly what each star is wearing. According to @justlikethatcloset, run by Victoria Bazalinchuk, as well as a big dollop of designer (Dries Van Noten, Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Celine etc), the ladies have also been wearing a lot of vintage (Carrie's gingham skirt, for example, is vintage Norma Kamali; Charlotte's checked barrel charm is vintage Burberry). Keep scrolling for every single outfit - and tips on how to shop the trends.
SHOP: The Outfits From And Just Like That
Carrie dressed up a swishing floral maxi dress with this sequinned bag from Paco Rabanne. The exact style is sold out, but the brand has plenty more options when it comes to disco-ready accessories.
Sporting another Fendi Baguette, this time the dinkier Nano.
A surprising outfit for girly-girl Charlotte, but we love these clean-cut overalls.
Batsheva's pink-and-white housedress is a lot nicer than what we wear to do the washing up.
Lisa is earning a reputation as the group's boldest dresser, pairing this puff-sleeved fuchsia jacket with some sunflower shorts from Max Mara. For a winter alternative, try this leather pair from COS.
Carrie's tutu is back in business. OK, it's not the same pink style she wore in the original show's opening credits, but this long swooshing number is still fetching.
Charlotte looks sunny side up, despite the grey skies, in this egg yolk yellow skirt and matching pumps.
Seema Patel, played by Sarita Choudhury, appeared for the first time on set wearing this criss-cross jumpsuit from Ralph Lauren.
We love this combination on Carrie; a fabulous blue-and-orange dress (vintage), a modern-day boater (Rodney Patterson) and towering platform sandals.
Is that socks and sandals we see on Carrie?! Her hip surgery in episode five explains the choice of footwear, but it's still a first from our stiletto-loving heroine.
Charlotte does modern power dressing in this nipped-waist tweed dress in powder pink from St John.
The last time she wore a 'bird' on her head, Carrie was marrying Mr Big (/hitting him with a bouquet of roses when he left her at the altar). If you've seen the first episode, you'll know that this meeting is something of a head-scratcher...The outfit however is 10/10. (The polka dot skirt is Carolina Herrera; the hand-painted bag is by artist Rebecca Moses.)
Carrie's flowing maxi dress (an usually bohemian choice it must be said) caused much confusion when some sources said it was vintage and others that it was Forever21.
For her confrontation with Carrie, Bridget Moynahan was styled in a polished shirt dress from luxury sustainable label Gabriela Hearst.
For a scene filmed outside the Lyceum Theatre, Kristin Davis looked exceptionally 'Charlotte', wearing a flower-embroidered cocktail dress from Lela Rose, a powder blue handbag from Louis Vuitton, and a watch from Cartier.
In the best revival yet, SJP was spotted wearing those peacock blue pumps - Manolo Blahnik's Hangisi - that she last wore for her low-key wedding to Mr Big.
As well as digging out her beloved Fendi Baguette, SJP's also resurrected this studded belt from Streets Ahead. As eagle-eyed fans will remember, the eye-catching accessory made its debut in the first movie, cinching the waist of the rose-printed dress that she wears to go apartment-hunting.
For a cafe catch-up, Charlotte ventures into the world of print with a white sundress patterned with blue sailboats from Emilia Wickstead.
This is the second pair of wedge sandals spotted on Miranda - proof, if you needed it, that they've come a long way since being the type of shoe your old headmistress would wear in summer.
Miranda's berry red jumpsuit scores a perfect 10 in our book and is from homegrown label Likely NYC.
Saint Laurent's Farrah platforms prove that our heroine hasn't lost her love of heels (or serious height).
LTW is the show's new ambassador for power necklaces (this one is from Monies).
Charlotte was seen in princess pink dialled to its punchiest max in this blouse, a $154 number from Gosilk.
Carrie was always game for a fancy hat - her fascinator once caused a fight between her Berger, remember? - and this jaunty straw style is no exception.
We shudder at the thought of the costume department's shoe wardrobe (it must be similar to when our heroine found herself let loose in the cupboard at Vogue), and love these patent and super stacked Mary-Janes. The necklace has become a new signature of Carrie's, and is from Fry Powers.