‘And Just Like That’ Episode 6 Fashion Recap: Carrie’s Big Move

Hey, I’m Che Diaz … just kidding. While last week’s episode was about the viral crush on Miranda’s comedian, this time around Che’s only appearance is in Miranda’s fantasies. Charlotte is becoming more open by the day — even adding a Brandon Blackwood bag to her wardrobe — but she simply can’t figure out her date with her best friend. “You’re not progressive enough for that,” he says coldly to Miranda, who promptly leaves. “You are going through a midlife crisis. You should have dyed your hair. ”

Carrie, meanwhile, is considering a facelift, but it’s hard to imagine when she would have the time in the middle of two consecutive moves. After all, there’s a whole storage unit to fix, and that’s how he rediscovers his “favorite sun hat” seen above. All that apartment drama only strengthened her bond with Seema. Her real estate agent friend even invites her to celebrate Diwali with her family, and to Carrie’s amazement, he joins her in dressing traditionally. Check out her lehenga choli and other more notable looks from this episode here.

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Seema adds a little sparkle to her signature neutral pieces from head to toe by opting for a cheetah-print velvet dress by Etro. It’s in great realtor mode, showing the sunlit space of downtown (!) Which finally brings the search for Carrie’s apartment to a halt. (For now, anyway.)

Carrie doesn’t look much downtown as she explores the place with Anthony, showing off her weird silhouette with pants tucked into knee-high boots.

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So she sat there and drank a glass of wine … alone. (Draped in a rainbow cashmere shawl by Gabriela Hearst.) “This is not healthy,” Carrie says to herself, looking around her old apartment.

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Fates have changed for Miranda and her professor, Dr. Nya Wallace. At this point, they don’t even look like a strange couple when they talk about Nya’s fertility struggles in a park near Columbia. Miranda surprisingly forgoes a Loewe bag, instead showing her love for Jonathan Anderson with a Loewe skirt with a leather belt. Nya, of course, also represents Anderson: the oversized loafers with chain from her namesake label are unmistakable.

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Seema and Carrie quickly become friends. With Diwali fast approaching, Seema is looking for a fabulous new sari and Carrie is only too happy to join her. She’s ready for fall in a fedora and trench coat by La Rose Paris, while Seema changes things up further. She wore a bright yellow coat resembling a Rianna and Nina robe, a rare departure from the big fashion houses she likes, like Fendi.

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Carrie is thrilled to know it would be culturally appreciating, not appropriating, wearing a sari at the Seema family’s Diwali party. (That’s what Seema tells her, anyway.) She chooses a silk embroidered lehenga from Falguni Shane Peacock India (price on request) and completes it with Aquazarra flowers and platforms.

Clearly, Carrie has yet to get the curtains for her sunlit apartment. Trying her best to ignore the mysterious beep from one of her appliances, she grabs a pair of Mykita Alessia hexagonal sunglasses and tries in vain to sleep.

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Miranda pairs the tablecloth with a printed Altuzarra top and A-line skirt by Akris. (With Charlotte’s approval, the wine she brings to their picnic is non-alcoholic.) Somehow, Carrie barely sinks into the grass while wearing the Manolos she paired with a vintage Gucci dress.

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Wait a minute … Does Charlotte represent an emerging black designer? She accessorized her Gucci floral blouse with possibly the more Charlotte Brandon Blackwood bag possible. (In an alternate universe, she opts for one of her “End Systemic Racism” bags instead in an effort to impress LTW.)

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And just like that, Carrie’s pain turns poof. Rather than erase the past with a facelift (among many other cosmetic procedures suggested by the surgeon who visits with Anthony), Carrie decides to accept it. After retrieving Big’s belongings from the warehouse, he throws one of his blazers over his shoulder and hits the city. Congratulations to her for doing this without the umbrella stick!

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