Outrageous SATC 2 inspired bracelets

As always, the best part of Sex and the City is the clothes. Even though SATC 2 was a disappointment for its storyline, acting, and well, pretty much everything else, the clothes … oh the clothes! It makes you want to shrug on some sheer, jeweled chiffon and tromp through the desert (well almost!).

Inspired by the fashions sported by my four favorite girls on their adventures in Abu Dhabi, I went in search of some easy ways to add that quintessential SATC glamour to my summer wardrobe (without taking a second mortgage!).

The easiest way I’ve found to glam up just about any outfit is through outrageous, trendy accessories, and Taqwa Iman has some of the biggest, boldest, bracelets that perfectly fit the bill. Best of all, these pieces are so reasonably priced, you can afford to go completely over the top, just like the SATC costumers!

My choices for the girls?

For Charlotte, the new Tri-Tone Cuff Bracelet, pictured. This oversized piece will add glamour to just about any outfit. I think that its exotic, intricate design and the interesting combination of metals would really appeal to her design background. Retail $12.50

More is always more for Samantha! The Fierce and Fabulous Bracelets pictured capture Samantha’s wild side with punches of bright orange, metallics, and of course, animal print. Retail $13.50

The more classic, no-fuss approach Miranda has always taken to dressing gets seriously jazzed up in SATC 2. To match the new, more adventurous Miranda, I might choose the lovely black and gold toned engraved Floral Bangle, pictured. A serious statement piece, this also has lovely details.

And finally, every SATC devotee knows that whimsical Carrie can wear just about anything and look fabulous. The unexpected combination of snakeskin and flowers of the Silver Stackable Bangles pictured would undoubtedly appeal to her inventive dressing aesthetic. Although the bangles are sold six at a time, I envision Carrie with at least 3 sets at once! Retail $10.00

To see the entire line of gorgeous accessories, visit Taqwa Iman.

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!

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