Charlotte York from “Sex and the City” has been described as prim, proper and put together at all times. Try achieving your own classic and chic look by stealing beauty, fitness and fashion tips from this famous character.
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Things you need
- A blow dryer and glossing treatments.
- Classic clothing (shifts or pencil skirts).
- Feminine blouses and tops.
- Fine details on clothing (lace, polka dots or florals).
- Polished accessories like thin belts and pearls.
- A local jogging route and running gear.
Define your Charlotte-inspired look by streamlining your beauty regimen. Charlotte is known for a flawless and perfect "blow out," so start by caring for the health of your hair and keeping it styled whenever possible. Try keeping hair polished and glossy with a shine treatment (at a salon or home), so that strands look refined even when in a ponytail.
Create a wardrobe like Charlotte by appreciating the classics. Charlotte is known for feminine and cultured fashion choices, so try choosing elegant shapes like shift dresses, pencil skirts and peacoats. Choose items that have womanly or pastel colours, as well as delicate details like lace, ruffles, or embroidery.
Embrace your womanly shape by defining an hourglass figure. Charlotte enhances her curves by drawing attention to a small waist with thin belts, tailored coats, and feminine blouses. Strive to remain polished like Charlotte even when running errands or going for a run, by donning meticulous track suits or streamlined sportswear.
Choose accessories that define outfits without overwhelming the clothing. Charlotte is known for wearing knee-high boots, dainty heels, or sophisticated jewellery (like diamond earrings or pearl necklaces) at all times.
Stay fit and active like Charlotte by beginning a regular jogging routine. Although Charlotte is known for her daily runs around New York City, try working your way up to jogging a local running route or path outdoors.
Tips and warnings
- Try new things to stay fit, whether they're tap classes like Charlotte, or any other activity that may push your boundaries.