Whether she’s on the big screen in a delightfully eccentric tutu or sashaying through New York City’s streets in a clunky pair of clogs, Sarah Jessica Parker’s style has always been a constant source of inspiration. Over the years, she has taught us so many sartorial lessons, especially in the accessories department. It’s rare to see Parker step out with a boring handbag or shoe, even her wear-everywhere clogs are cool enough to make a classic pair of gray sweatpants look exciting. She’s also the queen of making something as simple as a pair of khakis look interesting, thanks to her sharp layering skills and impeccable collection of power coats.
If you want to elevate your fall and winter outfits, there’s so much to learn from Sarah Jessica Parker’s style ahead. Below, discover six fashion tips she’s demonstrating on and off of the big screen.
With the right coat, it really doesn’t matter what you wear underneath it. Parker proved just how much joy a playful piece can bring to any outfit with this patchwork Farm Rio design.
Yes, Carrie and SJP both love their statement pieces, but neither can deny the power of a less-is-more dress. In Just Like That, Bradshaw makes heads turn in a beautifully simple Norma Kamali number.
While Parker is no stranger to a comfy pair of sweatpants, she also knows that a knit maxi can feel just as good and cozy, with the added benefits of an elevated, polished finish. Follow her lead and grab a long-line sweater dress just like Parker’s Hanifa dress.
When the temperatures start to drop, Parker keeps her sleeveless dresses in rotation with help from long-sleeve blouses and leggings. If you’re into her maximalist style, try mixing prints and adding unexpected color combinations.
Even on casual days, Parker always looks pulled together, thanks to sleek on-trend accessories-like these chunky clogs. Grab a pair in an easy-to-wear-with-everything color like black or tan.
Sometimes an outfit just needs a little something extra. Parker’s wardrobe is filled with eye-catching belts that do double duty, cinching in boxy dresses and adding a chic oomph to her looks.