When Sex and the City first aired in 1998 on HBO, Sarah Jessica Parker's on-screen character Carrie Bradshaw charmed the nation with her honest outlook on life (and sex) and her out-there (and oftentimes eccentric) fashion choices. Two reunion movies and a decade-plus later, Bradshaw's influential mark is still around, thanks to her famous "Carrie"-scrawled nameplate. It's worth mentioning, though, that name necklaces didn't begin nor will it end with Carrie—the trend originally took off during the hip hop scene in the '80s.
And since then, script necklaces are more popular now than ever (proof: InStyle staffers are fans, too), with every kind of modern-day derivative out there. From sweetly engraved bars to signature molds, carry on Carrie's legacy with a personalized piece of your own.