Carrie’s ‘Sex and the City’ wedding dress is an instant sell-out at Net-a-Porter

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  This Vivienne Westwood dress is actually a three-quarter length version of the full-length gown Carrie wore in the Sex and the City movie, but that hasn’t stopped people snapping it up : and nor has the fact that it costs £4,530,either! The dress went into Net-a-Porter’s ‘New In’ section yesterday, and by mid-morning it was already sold out, so unless they only had a couple in stock, we guess we might be seeing a few Carrie-esque brides this summer.

Sarah Jessica Parker is pictured in the original after the jump. What do you think, readers: is this the kind of thing you’d wear to your wedding?

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14 Comments

  • March 31, 2009

    mona

    I really like this one and yes I would definitely wear it to my wedding. For me it has just one negative point: the colour. I like it but unfortunately I’m too pale. It wouldn’t look good…

  • March 31, 2009

    Kathleen

    The dress is gorgeous but not one that I’d wear to my own wedding. Besides, a dress that poofy would definitely require bridesmaids’ help at all times.

  • March 31, 2009

    gokarm

    Well yeah, I’d wear the shorter version. It’s actually perfect, I always wanted a tea-length (t-length?) 50’s style wedding dress a’la Kenley Collins on Project Runway last season. And the shape is perfect for almost any body type. I’m not surprised this sold out.

  • March 31, 2009

    bunbuns

    I have to say that I don’t like this look at all. It looks like folded up sheets (complete with wrinkles) to me, and I don’t like the pointy boob thing that’s going on. I don’t like anything about Carrie’s or the knock-off. Though, if I had to choose, I’d choose the knock-off. There’s something about it that looks more polished…

  • March 31, 2009

    T.

    At first I really liked it but it doesn’t look good at all on SJP. But as far as wedding dresses go, it should definitely be tried on personally to see what it is really like.

  • March 31, 2009

    Melanie

    If you’ve seen the film, the dress looks much better when she’s modelling it first (and has much more relaxed hair and make-up). The dress is big, but the way she wore it softened the overall look, and she looked really pretty.
    I actually hated how she looked on her wedding day (in the film) … the blue bird stuck on her head, the harsh make-up, hair scraped back – it was unflattering and even a bit ageing.
    I actually was let down by most of the clothes in the film TBH. I was expecting one big fashion perve, and it never eventuated.

  • March 31, 2009

    Raechel

    To Bunbuns – The shorter one isn’t a knock off, they’re both designed by Vivienne Westwood.

  • March 31, 2009

    chocoholic

    I’m not a huge fan of it.
    Its nice, but I want more than nice for a wedding dress.

  • March 31, 2009

    Bethany

    I wouldn’t. It’s a construction, not clothing. The skirt is too foofy, and the bodice is so stiff that it does’t look like you’re actually wearing it so much as stuck somewhere in the middle of it.

  • March 31, 2009

    rx

    Melanie,
    I think the point of the whole scene in the movie was that it was too much – the bird in the hair, the biting makeup – it was part of what scared the husband away, I think.

  • April 1, 2009

    Maddie

    i love everything about it except the neckline.

  • April 1, 2009

    kevie

    I like the poofy skirt, but I’m tired of strapless bodice wedding dresses. Done to death. Plus, I don’t believe in clothes that defy gravity. Crazy glue, anyone?

  • April 3, 2009

    a woman

    I like the copy better than the original. I gotta admit, at first glance it’s actually quite beautiful but now that I imagine someone actually *in* it, I don’t think it’ll look appealing at all. I love unique wedding dresses, but not this one.
    Wouldn’t a sweetheart neckline be better as it would turn down the harshness of this dress?

  • November 8, 2011

    amil dillard

    i love it do it turn into a party dress