Before falling into the lake with Big, Carrie was pristine in a Richard Tyler dress and vintage plastic shoes embellished with rhinestones.
Trying to avoid the rain, Carrie is seen running outside the Guggenheim Museum wearing two-tone Narciso Rodriguez pumps paired with her Nanette Lepore dress, Club Monaco sweater and Chanel jacket.
Carrie rested on her stoop after a day hitting the shops in snakeskin, knee-high boots.
After leaving the MET, Carrie took her Oscar de la Renta dress and silver sandals to McDonalds, with Russian artist Petrovsky.
Who could possibly forget this moment? While hitting the runway at NYC, Carrie tripped in her chartreuse green ankle-strap sandals.
In the second SATC movie, Carrie is seen jumping out of a silver Mercedez-Benz convertable wearing Christian Louboutin t-bar pumps.
This scene where the ladies had an NYC rooftop party has become an iconic SATC moment – and a brilliant image of all the girls’ shoes.
While browsing the markets, Carrie perfected the color-block trend by pairing her bright green Juicy dress with a royal blue Birken bag and fire-engine red sandals.
Carrie wore hot pink satin pumps to meet the sailors.
Even for wandering in Central Park, Carrie manages to pull of Pierre Hardy boots with ease.
Somehow only Carrie manages to pull off lace-up, fur and suede boots over baggy jeans.
Wandering the streets of NYC in a vintage patterned dress paired with pink and plastic pumps.
Carrie Bradshaw doesn’t need an engagement ring. Just give her a pair of Manolo Blahnik Hangisi pumps.
Carrie Bradshaw takes a turn through the “Vogue” fashion closet and finds the “urban shoe myth:” Manolo Blahnik Mary Janes.