Sarah Jessica Parker Paired Rule-Breaking Clothes With the Polarizing Shoes She's Worn for Decades

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As the old fashion rule states, there's "no white after Labor Day!" But we're not usually ones to follow these so-called "rules." Because fashion is fashion, and who's really to dictate when we can wear a certain color?

Sarah Jessica Parker is on this same wavelength. She recently gave white after Labor Day a strong "hell yes!" on the set of And Just Like That by wearing the crisp hue from head to toe. She opted for a long white button-down dress paired with a white long-sleeve cardigan, and she accessorized the outfit with black clogs — an "ugly" but comfortable shoe that's been in her rotation for at least two decades — and Sunglass Hut x SJP sunglasses, which are perhaps her all-time favorites.

We doubt this will be the last time Parker breaks the no-white-after-Labor-Day rule. She's clearly a fan of all-white outfits, and an outdated fashion rule isn't going to stop her. It's also worth noting that she's not the only celeb breaking it: Jennifer Lopez and Gigi Hadid have also experimented with white staples after the first Monday in September.

To create a rule-breaking look that's 100 percent SJP-approved, keep scrolling.

Get the Look:

Sunglass Hut x SJP Sunglasses
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$74; amazon.com

Sopliagon Cotton and Linen Shirtdress
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$30; amazon.com

Gguhhu Button Down Maxi Dress
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Free People Samantha Shirtdress
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$178; nordstrom.com

Club Monaco Long Sleeve Button-Up Shirtdress
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$190; nordstrom.com

Madewell Oversized Midi Dress
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$108; nordstrom.com

Ugg Judi Clog
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$140; nordstrom.com

Dankso Berry Clog
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$135; nordstrom.com

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