10 Miranda Hobbes’ Looks From SATC That Were Totally Overlooked

An underrated queen.

A look at some of Miranda Hobbes' best outfits from 'Sex and the City.'
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When you think about the fashion on Sex and the City, it’s only natural to imagine a Dior saddle bag-toting, tutu-wearing Carrie Bradshaw strutting down the streets of Manhattan (she just did a twirl in my head). Miranda Hobbes was never thought to be the most stylish out of the iconic foursome. While often overshadowed by Carrie and Samantha's flamboyant 'fits and Charlotte's preppier ones, the show’s most practical character served some looks that I still ruminate on to this day.

An underrated queen, Miranda’s style was slightly more reserved than that of her friends and leaned towards the androgynous at times with power suits at the forefront of her closet. The gang's resident lawyer was also known to favor turtlenecks, blazers (TBT to when she wed Steve in a velvet one), sensible shoes, and unfussy dresses. Some of her most memorable fashion moments include a monochromatic overall and puffer coat ensemble and an oversized suit-skinny tie combo à la Hedi Slimane for Celine.

This is to say, Miranda Hobbes was — simply put — ahead of her time. Today, her leather blazers, pinstripe vests, and sleek trousers would be cool AF. The late ’90s and early aughts just weren't ready for what she was bringing to the table. With that, let's take a look back at some of her best looks throughout the series.


A Going Out Look

This Gaultier halter dress featuring a pop art-inspired face print was a moment.


A Therapy Appointment ‘Fit

The pinstripes. The pale pink shirt. It’s perfection.


A Cute Co-ord For A Daytime Date


OK, I need this patterned crop top and skirt set Miranda wore on a casual park date.


A Fabulous Day-To-Night Dress

A belted V-neck little black dress with a statement collar? So much yes. If you recall, this look led to her flirting with a man in a hotdog suit.


A Menswear Moment

I think Miranda’s skinny tie single-handedly made me gay.


A Burgundy Suit


It’s giving ’70s working woman and I couldn’t love it more.


A Classic Denim Dress

The time Miranda accessorized a denim dress with a tote condemning plastic bags will forever be imprinted on my brain.


A Bold Pant & Platform Flip-Flops Moment

A Miranda off-duty summer look consists of orange printed pants, a simple white tank, and elevated flip-flops. Fab.


A Chic Silk Shirt

It’s my personal belief that everyone should have a silky blouse like this one in their rotation.


A Green Sheer Blouse

If you need me, you can find me scouring the Internet to find this exact green sheer top.