A curious thing about aging is how most people perceive it: while outward appearances change, the essence of the person inside remains the same.

It’s quite amusing how some individuals mock others for growing older, seemingly forgetting that they too will eventually undergo the same process.

At Newsner, we firmly oppose any form of derogatory commentary or open criticism of someone’s appearance. It’s disheartening to witness such behavior, especially towards celebrities.

Unfortunately, the internet has provided a platform for people to express mean-spirited opinions without fear of consequences. While everyone is entitled to their opinions, it’s essential to remember the adage: if you don’t have anything nice to say, it’s best not to say anything at all.

Recently, iconic actress Sarah Jessica Parker found herself at the receiving end of social media scrutiny due to her choice of attire on the set of “And Just Like That.”

At 59, Parker has been a prominent figure in the public eye for decades, particularly following the immense success of “Sex and the City.” Consequently, she’s likely accustomed to the ebb and flow of online opinions.

However, some of the disparaging comments on a photo she shared from the “And Just Like That” set were unexpected. The image depicted Parker, reprising her role as Carrie, wearing a sheer nude dress that revealed her orange underwear and black bra underneath.

While many praised the actress, others criticized her costume choice. Some questioned why her character’s style would remain the same in her 50s, while others deemed her “too old” for such attire. Some even went as far as describing the outfit as “horrible” and “terrible fashion.”

Despite the negativity, there were also kinder remarks, with some expressing admiration for Parker’s timeless appearance and welcoming her return as Carrie.

What are your thoughts on Sarah Jessica Parker’s outfit? Feel free to share your opinions in the comments.