Sarah Jessica Parker in Schiaparelli Couture at the 2014 amfAR Inspiration Gala New York

Posted on June 11, 2014

Sarah Jessica steps out in Marcia Brady’s old bedsheets.

Sarah-Jessica-Parker-Schiaparelli-2014-amfAR-Inspiration-Gala-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (1)Sarah Jessica Parker attends the amfAR Inspiration Gala New York 2014 at The Plaza Hotel in New York City in a Schiaparelli chiffon gown accessorized with jewelry by Fred Leighton, Pamela Love, House of Lavande, and Eddie Borgo.

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Sarah-Jessica-Parker-Schiaparelli-2014-amfAR-Inspiration-Gala-Tom-Lorenzo-Site-TLO (3)Schiaparelli Spring 2014 Couture Collection

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We’re being bitches. It’s a pretty gown, actually. We’re not entirely convinced it’s the right dress for her, but we like it, for the most part. Although we’re sure we’d like it more on someone more suited to it. Our main complaint is that the combination of the bodice and the sleeves create the illusion that her entire torso is melting or collapsing in on itself. And once again, her jewelry choices confuse us completely. Why would you stack all those hard-looking bracelets with such a floaty, ethereal kind of gown? What’s with the multiple rings and necklaces? Why can’t she just wear one of each type of jewelry for once? A dress like this calls for light and delicate jewelry – and not a lot of it. Also: that black witch-toe sticking out from the bottom suggest a shoe choice with which we would not agree.

But we think what’s most fascinating about these pics is just how much her hair seems to whip around from shoulder to shoulder. Honey, stop playing with it so much.

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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