There’s another poignant ending as a heartbroken Aidan slopes off and Carrie joins the others as her voiceover concludes: “It’s hard to find people who will love you no matter what. Fashion: The champagne bridesmaids dresses aren’t brilliant, but they’re a lot nicer than the pantomime efforts Carrie chooses for her disastrous non-wedding a few years later.Sex and the City gave us some of the best quotes about fashion, sex, love and friendship. But it’s comforting to know that the ones you love are always in your heart.She is an on-again, off-again smoker, and she enjoys cocktails (particularly Cosmopolitan—her character's fondness for them helped to popularize the drink), but she is, at heart, an old-fashioned girl, and is deeply romantic.She is on an endless search for true love, and refuses to settle for, as she puts it, "anything less than butterflies." Despite this, she repeatedly expresses doubts that she is the type to get married and raise a family. She lives in a brownstone on the Upper East Side at the fictional house number of 245, on East 73rd Street, between Park and Madison.First there’s Samantha, bitching and moaning about her dress until Charlotte points out she was only included so she didn’t feel left out.She of course proceeds to sleep with the best man, because god forbid she spends even one night in bed with a good book in the interest of reducing the risk of awkwardness at the reception. In what culture is it cool to bring a complete stranger to a close friend’s wedding?She seems to think she deserves some such of prize for honesty, rather than to be instantly dumped.
There’s been barely a nod to Trey’s Scottish roots up until now, yet suddenly he’s wearing a kilt and Charlotte’s walking down the aisle to Scotland the Brave.Her weekly column, "Sex and the City", provides the title, storylines, and narration for each episode.In 2005, Carrie Bradshaw was listed as number 11 on Bravo's 100 Greatest TV Characters.So let's recap some of the funniest, most astute and heart-warming lines from the oh-so fabulous Carrie Bradshaw & co. ‘I’ve spent ,000 on shoes and I have no place to live? I will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes! ‘I don’t want to be the up-the-butt girl, because I mean…
In the third season, her column is optioned for a film starring a fictionalized Matthew Mc Conaughey.