Sarah Jessica Parker Wore the Swimsuit Trend That'll Still Be Chic in 20 Years


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Sarah Jessica Parker is certainly no stranger to trend experimentation. She loves bold sleeves, can't resist a feathery dress, and isn't shy about sheer details. Oh, and don't even get us started on her signature over-the-top Met Gala outfits that require XL transportation. When it comes to her swimwear, however, SJP is actually—gasp!—a minimalist. Yes, it's true.

Photographed looking like the epitome of summer bliss, Parker wore the ultimate timeless swimsuit: a simple navy one-piece. No muss, no fuss. While we're guilty of being drawn to pretty swimsuit trends that are borderline impossible to swim in but killer for poolside lounging, SJP's swimsuit is an exceedingly practical choice that will hold up in the ocean. Scroll down to see how Sarah Jessica Parker wore the classic swimsuit, and shop similar ones for yourself. 


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