Blake Lively's latest outfit looks straight out of Sex And The City

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When you think about Blake Lively and stylish on-screen characters, your mind will likely go straight to her days as Serena van der Woodsen. Yep, Blake's Gossip Girl wardrobe, characterised by bodycon mini dresses, oversized designer bags, skinny jeans and the odd statement hat, is certainly one for the ages. But what if we told you that the actor's latest look is reminding us of another fashionable TV show? Sex And The City.

Overnight, Blake stepped out in New York City wearing a bright orange trouser suit by Sergio Hudson. The snazzy coord is then layered over an asymmetrical cutout bodysuit (a nod to one of this season's biggest fashion trends). Aside from the outfit's vibrant colour palette, Blake's accessories are serving major SATC vibes. The chunky gold hardware on the belt, coupled with the contrasting yellow top handle Louis Vuitton bag, looks like something straight out of Samantha Jones' wardrobe.

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Add to that, Blake's signature blonde hair, worn down in loose curls, creates a Carrie Bradshaw-esque beauty situation:

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Amazing.

Blake's previously spoken about how being her own stylist gives her an outlet for creative expression. "I love design and I love fashion and it’s a way to be creative," the star told WWD in 2018. "In my job I get to be creative, but it’s over a period of time and so many other people are involved, whereas this is a beginning, middle and end, and I get to be creative and there’s an end date in the near future.

"It’s the same reason why I like doing my friends’ hair and makeup or cooking – you get to be creative and finish it. Whereas with my job you do it and then two years later it’s finished. It probably goes back to the control issues; it’s like, ‘Ok I did it, I completed it, it’s done!’"

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