Saturday, May 29, 2010

Field's fashions never disappoint

One of the most-talked about movie fashion directors, Patricia Field, never disappoints, especially when it comes to her claim to fame, 'Sex and The City'.

A lot of us anticipate the movies coming out (especially me) because there is always a plethora of fresh fashion.

The girls in the movie don't feel our recession... but give us new inspirations for the world of fashion.

Here are some of my absolute favorites...
did you know the actresses get to keep the clothes?
(oh so jealous!)

Patricia Field & SATC writer Michael Patrick King - an amazing duo
The girls are back!
Adorable Charolette in her "Vintage" Valentino... aaamazing
Sexy, classy Samantha
Sweet Carrie in one of my favorite places from the series
Looking amazing walking on the beach
Can I be her?
Adorably casual
Hilarious 80's - when the girls all met!  I loved this!
My favorite outfit of the movie... seeing Aidan again, in Dior.
"I am woman" - a fabulously dressed woman!
Amazing.

These are just a few of my favorites...
Pat Field is BRILLIANT!

20 comments:

Claire Kiefer said...

I, too, liked the Dior outfit from the spice market best, I think. . . but I also thought Miranda's dress at Stanford's wedding was amazing, and Carrie's one piece number with the harem pants (when they're sitting outside watching the woman eat the French fries under her veil), and the nightgowns--oh, the nightgowns!

Isn't it funny how baby Rose actually does look like Harry???

Posh Play said...

I can't wait to see this movie!

Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

Just a view more nights!! Wooohoo, I go on Thursday!

Kristen said...

ah I would LOVE it to keep all the clothes! I haven't seen the movie yet but definitely want to!

Lori said...

What a great post Tracy ~ loving all these and cannot wait to see the movie myself!

Rachel said...

I loved all the clothes in the movie. I will say although Carrie is my fav character, I think I would want Charlotte's wardrobe the most.

Allison said...

The clothes were so fun to look at during the movie. I hated what Samantha was wearing when she sang. Everything else was pretty fun.

Kristin said...

That orange Halston is outta this world. It took my breath away on the big screen!

OceanDreams said...

I love all of the outfits too, the Dior one is especially one of my favorites and the outfit that she wears when she sees Aiden for dinner. Gorgeous!

LiLu said...

I have to say, the movie itself was something of a disappointment... but the fashion was NOT. Spectacular!

The Socialite said...

I loved the clothes as well! And the home decorations! ;) but I was kind of disappointed. :( I was expecting it to be a lot better!

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Amanda said...

All the clothes in that movie were Fabulous!!

Piper Jacquelyn said...

It doesn't matter how many times I see pics of the outfits, I still die over SJP's Halston pieces. Ugh, I would love to have any one of them!

Ruby’s Upcycle Designs™ said...

Uh...what did you say? They get to KEEP the clothes!!!! Oh, now I am utterly jealous...utterly!

Great post! I can't wait to see the movie!

So glad I found your blog from Simone! xoxo Beth

Sarah Mina said...

I finally saw the movie last night and LOVED it! Charlotte is by far my fave and she looked perfect in every scene!

Mr. and Mrs. Smith said...

Charlotte is by far my favorite in the series - both in character and clothing!! So classic.

Holly said...

have you seen this?
http://nymag.com/daily/entertainment/2010/05/satc_2_stills.html#

its a little slideshow where pat describes why she picked each outfit!

its a fun read.

Carolyn @ life, love and puppy prints said...

I loved the clothes as well! They did such an amazing job! Great blog! :) I'm a new follower!

Carol {Everyday Delights} said...

She really is amazing! and great post on all her work!