Fans of "Sex and the City" have long been intrigued by the fashion choices of the foursome. As a centerpiece of the HBO show, the outfits worn by the main women not only became mimicked over the years but also dissected, which is still the case in 2019. However, one particular look remained a mystery until Carrie Bradshaw actress Sarah Jessica Parker stepped in to clear it up.

Every Outfit on Sex & the City, a popular Instagram account that breaks down the costumes designed by Patricia Field for the show, recently posted a question regarding a mysterious mismatching of Louboutins.

"Did Carrie buy these mismatched sandals straight off the rack? Or did she purchase two separate pairs and mix them together herself?" the post asked. Adding, "Are they a metaphor for her inability to choose between Aidan and Big?"

Fans were left to assume that they would be left to their own musings and conclusions. However, Parker appeared in the comment section with her take on the matter.

"Here is the official answer and I'm sure approved by the great and legendary @patriciafield," Parker wrote. "We had 2 pairs of what I believe are @louboutinworld scrappy sandals. Pat and I chose to do 1 of each. Perhaps because both were so delicious in color and seemed in harmony with the dress but also because we simply loved doing 1 of each. Sending my best. And hope this is a satisfactory answer. Xxx."

Earlier this year, Parker, 54, also revisited her iconic character when she appeared in an advertisement for Stella Artois and to “pour it forward" in an effort to bring awareness to the global water crisis. The short can be watched below.

While it appears as though fans will continue to analyze the show and engage in further discussions, it seems as though we can only speculate as to what the women would really be up to in present day, as a third movie seems to be a dream that will never be fully realized.

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Sarah Jessica Parker attends the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 7, 2018. Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown