Another Open Letter to Desperate Fashion Publicists

Dear Desperate Fashion Publicists (again), Believe it or not, we're aware that the Sex and the City movie is now in theaters. And even more shocking
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Dear Desperate Fashion Publicists (again), Believe it or not, we're aware that the Sex and the City movie is now in theaters. And even more shocking
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Dear Desperate Fashion Publicists (again), Believe it or not, we're aware that the Sex and the City movie is now in theaters. And even more shocking, we don't really care what the girls are wearing. Okay, that's not quite true - we do care that Carrie rocks a lot of Vivienne Westwood and that Charlotte has a good run in some Oscar maternity dresses. What we don't care about are the clothes you say "can help you get the SATC look!" Because if the clothes aren't massively expensive, stamped with a Fendi or a Chanel logo, and / or equipped with a five inch stiletto heel, then no, they can't help you be "The Samantha" or "The Charlotte." Who are, by the way, fictional characters from a biting satire. That maybe you don't want to look like. Or act like. Or think about, once you've seen the silly three-hour movie (which yes, we all did). Also, quick note: It's Patricia Field, not Patricia Fields. And she's really cool, but again, if she didn't design your clothes or pick out your clothes, then you can't say it's a look from her! xoxo Fashionista.