Sarah Jessica Parker Suffers Slight Wardrobe Malfunction in Purple Hanifa Knit Cardigan Dress

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She’s best known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City. And since bursting onto our TV screens as the iconic character, Sarah Jessica Parker has been considered as one of the biggest fashion icons of all time.

She never fails to impress us with her statement-making looks, and Thursday was no different when she took to the streets of Manhattan for a photo shoot.

Sarah Jessica Parker steps out of her Midtown, Manhattan store for a photoshoot on October 15, 2020Sarah Jessica Parker steps out of her Midtown, Manhattan store for a photoshoot on October 15, 2020

Channeling her on-screen alter ego, SJP struck a pose outside her Midtown shoe store in a cozy purple blanket dress from Hanifa, a Maryland-based contemporary ready-to-wear label founded by Congolese designer Anifa Mvuemba.

Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her fashion credentials in a purple Hanifa knit cardigan wrap maxi dressSarah Jessica Parker shows off her fashion credentials in a purple Hanifa knit cardigan wrap maxi dress

Made from hand-knit Korean acrylic yarn, the knit cardigan wrap dress compliments Sarah Jessica’s slender figure. It has a sexy v-neckline, a tasseled hem, and an extremely high split along the front.

Onlookers caught a glimpse of her underwear as the daring split opened, exposing a little more than the ultimate New Yorker intended.

Sarah Jessica Parker accidentally flashes her knickers in a purple knit maxi dressSarah Jessica Parker accidentally flashes her knickers in a purple knit maxi dress

While she’s not one to skimp on accessories, SJP decided to forgo wearing elaborate jewelry to allow her vibrant maxi dress to stand out.

Sarah Jessica Parker wears her naturally curly hair down with her signature smokey eye-makeupSarah Jessica Parker wears her naturally curly hair down with her signature smokey eye makeup

The 55-year-old actress instead completed her look with a pair of fuchsia footwear, creating a contrasting but chic color combination.

The Footloose star slipped into her favorite “Fawn” satin pumps from her eponymous shoe collection.

Available in over a dozen colors, this silhouette is one of SJP’s most popular shoe styles.

Sarah Jessica Parker teams her purple dress with pink SJP pumpsSarah Jessica Parker teams her purple dress with pink SJP pumps

SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker ‘Fawn’ Pumps, $210 at Zappos

Pink satin SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker pointed-toe pumps with grosgrain trim at the heelPink satin SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker pointed-toe pumps with grosgrain trim at the heel

Sarah Jessica later did an outfit change, trading her bold maxi for a gothic long, black dress.

She looked equally sensational in the dark number, which drew attention to her cleavage and tiny waist. It features puff shoulders, long sleeves, a plunging v-neckline, and a floor-length hem.

Sarah Jessica Parker trades her purple cardigan dress for a long black maxiSarah Jessica Parker trades her purple cardigan dress for a long black maxi

Kim Cattrall’s archenemy went for minimal accessories, which included a pair of stud earrings and a colorful bangle.

And for her beauty look, she simply wore her naturally curly hair down and highlighted her eyes with dark eyeliner and smokey eyeshadow.

Sarah Jessica Parker looks stunning in a gothic dress with matching gothic smokey eye-makeupSarah Jessica Parker looks stunning in a gothic dress with matching gothic smokey eye-makeup

Completing her outfit was a pair of lilac Mary Jane pumps from Carrie Bradshaw’s favorite shoe designer, Manolo Blahnik.

Sarah Jessica Parker slips into a pair of lilac Manolo Blahnik pumpsSarah Jessica Parker slips into a pair of lilac Manolo Blahnik pumps

Credit: Instar / WENN

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