Why did I care so much? What was it about Natasha that always made me feel like the charity case? Are there women in New York who were just there to make us feel bad about ourselves?
SEASON THREE – EPISODE THREE; “Attack of the 5’10” Woman”: Carrie finds out that Big and Natasha got married. At first she reacts just like someone who already knew they eventually would have gotten married (as she was even invited to their engagement party at the plaza), but, back at home, she has a melt down. She is listening to Charlotte reading the Sunday Times article about the latest weddings, and she couldn’t keep herself from comparing Natasha to herself…
That woman seems to have unsettled Carrie’s confidence, and meeting her in her bra and (grandma) underwear while shopping just gives it a fatal kick!
By the end of the small conversation in the shop, Carrie understands that Natasha is going to attend the “Women in the Arts” luncheon and she is determined to go to that luncheon too to prove Natasha she is more than a girl in a cowboy hat or in her underwear.
First of all, though, she needs to find the right outfit… is she going to show up in those shoes?
As expected, Carrie and her guest Samantha show up at the “Women in the Arts” luncheon in their most stunning looks.
Unfortunately, Natasha won’t see the ladies in their best form, as she is home with a cold.
However, Carrie is going to feel better about herself when she receives the thank you note signed by Natasha herself… “Sorry I couldn’t be their.” T-H-E-l-R.
FASHION BONUS: Despite the fact she is “an idiot” (as Carrie tells Miranda by the end of the episode), Natasha is a beautiful woman.
She is stunning in this white dress with a deep neckline; if possible, she looks even more slim.
Little known fact: Natasha is always shown wearing white to convey that her personality is “vanilla”.