Though a couple of its more "creative" spellings -- Carli and Karlee, for example -- are still on the rise, this feminine form of Carl, popularized by singer Carly Simon in the 1970s, could by no stretch be considered fashionable.
Carly ElisabethSimon, American singer-songwriter
Carly Rae Jepsen, Canadian singer
Carly Rose Sonenclar, American singer
Carly Fiorina (born CaraCarleton Sneed), American politician and former CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Carly Pope, Canadian actress
Carly Binding, New Zealand singer of group TrueBliss
Carly Booth, Scottish golfer
Carly Hannah Chaikin, American actress
Carly Craig, American actress
Carly Foulkes, Canadian model and actress
Carly Gullickson, American tennis player
Carly Hillman, English actress
Carly RaePatterson, American Olympic gymnast and singer
Carly Piper, American Olympic swimmer
Carly Hunt, English footballer
Carly McKillip, Canadian actress and musician
Carly Brook Schroeder, American actress
Carly Sarah Smithson, Irish singer-songwriter of band We Are the Fallen
Carly Milne, Canadian journalist and author
Carly Paradis, Canadian composer
Carly Flynn, New Zealand TV journalist
Carly CalderCole, English reality TV personality and fitness trainer
Carly Mitchell Telford, English footballer
Carly Ritter, daughter of actor JohnRitter
Carly Shay, main character on TV's "iCarly"
Carly, main character in film "StreetDance 3D"
Carly Witwicky, character in the Transformers series
Carly Wicks, character on British soap "EastEnders" CarolineLeigh "Carly" Corinthos Jacks, character on American soap "General Hospital"
Carly Manning, character on American soap "Days of our Lives"
Carly Morris, character on Australian soap "Home and Away"
Carly Snyder, character on American soap "As the World Turns"