Then the heavy gold chains bring it right back into the new millennium. When she found out Miranda was considering an abortion, she went into meltdown. Watching the characters online made me slightly removed from my own situation as I realised how similar my "Big" was to the one on screen. Now all that's left to do is to copy them! I purchased the box set a few weeks ago and have been steadily working my way through each episode right from the beginning. The silhouette is modest and streamlined but the flowy, sheer sleeves give some disco-era drama. Sarah Jessica Parker: From mesh tops that let your bra take center stage to floral bomber jackets that would totally work in the here and now, Bradshaw had some shining moments. In her darkest moments, you almost wish the Carrie necklace would reappear. On the one hand, the group of four white women with their white-only boyfriends and connections is not a particularly representative segment of the multicultural city of New York and there are moments which would now be considered very un-PC, but its fascinating to note that despite modern society's forward-thinking agendas, single women in their 20s, 30s and 40s still seem to go through the same angst as was portrayed in a TV show over a decade ago. The most independent of the bunch, Miranda, has a killer pad in now-gentrified Brooklyn and a newly chic wardrobe. If you think back through all the seasons and happen to recall a few really bad pieces that really stick out — like that one time Bradshaw wore a belt on her midriff , or mis-buttoned a blouse and just rolled with it — that statement might sound like a lot. Did I run toward it? And it appears like Carrie was ahead of the curve with her sleek white tank and bustier bra. He had been my favourite until I watched Season 3 and was completely appalled at how he treated Carrie by refusing to commit, marrying someone he had just met and then still trying to keep in touch with her.