Now that”s a bolt from the blue! Sarah Jessica Parker brightens up her demure outfit with eye-catching tights
She said this week that she tries to “dress appropriately” for her age now that she”s in her mid-forties.
But that doesn”t mean Sarah Jessica Parker has lost her sense of fun when it comes to fashion.
The Sex and the City star, 46, debuted a bold look as she left her New York apartment today.
She brightening up an otherwise demure outfit with a bright blue pair of tights as she headed off to promote her upcoming film, New Year”s Eve on Live with Kelly.
Looking on the bright side: Sarah Jessica Parker wore blue tights with her otherwise demure outfit as she left her New York apartment this morning
Busy schedule: The mother of three is currently promoting her upcoming film, New Year”s Eve
It”s the second day in a row the actress has opted for playful hosiery.
The star wore a pair of lack sheer stockings with a bow design to the Brain Trauma Gala dinner in New York last night.
Sarah was one of the celebrity guests at the gala dinner which took place at the The Pierre Hotel in Manhattan.
The star recently spoke about her evolving fashion style.
Mum on the run: Jessica was spotted taking her son James to school in the rainy Big Apple
She said: “I try to dress appropriately for my age and I”m arealist about what I look like. But if those physical things were my insecurities I”d be thrilled. What wonderful problems.
“My insecurities are more substantial than that. I worry first and foremost about my children and their health.
“My husband, and his. I worry about what work opportunities will come up. My own creative satisfaction. How will I pursue things and will the work be good”
Impossibly cute: SJP”s twins Marrion and Tabitha looked adorable in their matching raincoats
Accessorising like mummy: Tabitha, left, and Marion both had koala bear bags for their outing
Parker,who is married to Matthew Broderick with whom she has three children, said she also doesn”t think she”s feel the need to ever have Botox.
Speaking to Stella magazine, she said: “There are women [in television and in Hollywood] who feel that Botox is necessary, but more and more I don”t think it is important for the industry.
“People want to make movies that are successful, and sometimes they include women and sometimes they don”t. Ithink it”s less and less about exterior. At least I hope so.”
Peek-a-bow: The actress also wore a pair of eye catching tights at the Brain Trauma Foundation gala dinner in New York last night