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    Sarah Jessica Parker's 14 Most Insane Outfits Of The Early 2000s

    Granted, a lot of these happened during the MTV Movie Awards, which is pretty much always sartorial armageddon.

    14. Here's Sarah Jessica Parker in 2004, wearing what would appear to be bird.

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    13. In 2000, she wore this fitted pinstripe suit, which looks suspiciously like the product of a Project Runway contestant.

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    12. At the 2000 MTV Movie Awards, SJP would change an astonishing 14 times. And the most sane of those 14 outfits was stolen from Ginger Spice.

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    11. 2001: If my mother caught me wearing this, I'd be grounded for a month.

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    10. At the 2003 Golden Globes, Parker decided air was overrated and strapped herself into a corset.

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    9. Can you really blame Sarah Jessica Parker for wearing this pretty-princess-ballerina getup in 2004? After all, this is what we all wore to prom.

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    8. The only thing crazier than wearing a dress that looks like lingerie in public...

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    7. Is wearing lingerie in public and calling this a "dress."

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    6. The funny thing is, this towel is one of the more conservative pieces SJP donned at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.

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    5. How. How was this allowed on television?

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    4. The invitation said black tie...but nothing about pants.

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    3. Even the best of us sometimes have to dress like we're 19 and high on wine coolers.

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    2. Out of tight, out of mind.

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    1. And finally: Camo Couture...

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    Which comes with a complimentary man.

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