Sarah Jessica Parker's a Fuchsia Fanatic!

05/20/2010 at 05:00 PM ET

Splash News Online; Ramey; INF

If the Cosmo was the signature drink of Sex and the City and Manolo Blahnik the trademark shoe, then the super-girly shade of bubblegum-pink could be considered the movie’s unofficial color. So with the May 27 premiere of Sex and the City 2 just around the corner, it comes as no real surprise that Sarah Jessica Parker seems to have slipped back into character and adopted the hot pink shade as her own must-have hue. The often-photographed fashion plate–who, despite alter ego Carrie Bradshaw’s theatrical, Technicolor outfits, often favors neutrals and casual jeans–has been spotted leaning on pink accents. From a top-handle tote or plush scarf to a cropped cardigan or peep-toe shoe, SJP is all about adding a splash of signature color to otherwise monochromatic outfits. Tell us: How do you feel about accessorizing with hot-pink? –Marissa Patlingrao Cooley

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Debbie on

I love it!!! Pink has always been my favorite color, and hot pink is so girly! SJP is lucky to be naturally thin, and looks good in anything, and she can afford anything.

Black Butterfly on

Is that Fuschia? It looks like a bubble gum pink? Whatever the color JSP never disappoints…she is a fashionista and defies every fashion ‘rule’ and does it soooo very well! Love her style.

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