Do you know how many Pinterest boards this image is probably saved on for Coachella inspo? In 1986, Parker rocked this Western-chic look for a "Vote Yes on 65" celebrity rally in Culver City.
We're pretty sure we say Hailey Bieber rocking this exact 'fit recently...that's how timeless SJP is.
The Square Pegs star served casual Madonna realness at the Slamdance premiere party, which is the most 1987 sentence we could ever write.
Blossom could never...with Parker rocking the flower hat two years before the TV show even premiered to a charity concert.
In case you thought it was the role of Carrie Bradshaw that brought out the fashion risk-taker in SJP...
Simple white t-shirt. Silk skirt. White sneaks. This easily could be from a red carpet this year.
SJP wore this simple and sleek champagne gown when she won Best Actress in a Comedy at the 2000 Golden Globes.
SJP's Oscar de la Renta frock for the Emmys that year was an unmistakable nod to her iconic Sex and the City tutu skirt.
She was well-suited at the SAG Awards in her off-the-shoulder top and pants, unexpectedly complemented with a red flower.
Name the better accessory: the SAG Award or her abs.
Parker's style is so timeless that this white tuxedo jacket dress that she completely rocked to the 2001 VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards would easily make any best dressed lists in 2020.
The star donned a light pink Chanel haute couture down at the 2003 Emmy Awards.
SJP sported this iconic Alexander McQueen creation for the Met Gala that year, with the theme of "AngloMania: Tradition and Transgression in British Fashion."
Carrie put a bird on her head for Big for their wedding and SJP put this showstopping hat on her head for the Sex and the City movie's world premiere.
How does one follow up the headline-making green hat from the previous premiere? By rocking this metallic Nina Ricci gown to the NYC premiere.
For Hollywood's biggest night, Parker selected this dreamy Christian Dior Haute Couture confection.
Chanel Couture for the Oscars? That's just fabulous.
Her neon green dress was a dream than demanded to be seen at the New York premiere of Sex and the City 2.
Not all superheroes wear capes...but this fashion superstar does.
And let the evidence of SJP's Met Gala dominance commence with one of her quieter looks, which is still a knockout.
For "Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations," Parker went unapologetically feminine, wearing a pink floral Valentino gown, with the color serving as a nod to Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli's signature color.
The artist formerly known as Carrie Bradshaw goes punk! For a fresh take on the "Punk: Chaos to Couture" theme, Parker topped off her Giles Deacon gown with a showstopping mohawk headpiece by Phillip Treacy and rocked plaid velvet thigh-high boots.
To honor the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" theme, Parker went classic with a black and white Oscar de la Renta gown, pairing it with long white gloves.
This woman's on fire! In an unexpected move, SJP rocked an H&M gown that she helped design, topping it with a flame-inspired Philip Treacy headpiece for the "China: Through the Looking Glass" theme.
Arguably Parker's most polarizing Met Gala look, the Divorce star went for a Hamilton inspired ensemble for the "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology" theme, a look she later defended.
"We wanted it to be about the technology of thought, of application, of fabrication," she wrote in T Magazine. "The technology of the hand and the machine."