In every aspect, she is beautiful.

Pour yourself a chilled glass of expensive white wine, because it’s time to look back at Charlotte York’s Upper East Side–inspired fashion. Everyone’s favorite preppy Uptown girl played by Kristin Davies is picking up her dry cleaning and getting ready for the highly–anticipated It’s as Simple As That, which premieres on HBO on Dec. 9.

Sex and the CityCharlotte’s six-season original run was full of unforgettable moments. She wore neatly tailored, pressed all-American staples that are still fashionable. A sensible socialite like her would only be caught at girls’ lunch in designer labels like Ralph Lauren, Chanel and the 1990s designer dujour, Burberry. And a splash of pink always elevated the moment—even if just out for a run through Central Park.

How could we forget the favorite looks of a rose–colored power suit accessorized with a matching Dior bag while shopping on Fifth Avenue with Carrie. Charlotte’s ultimate moment came when she wore the Elizabeth Taylor dress with black sunglasses after suffering a personal tragedy. Charlotte took inspiration from a style icon to become a television fashion icon.