Not everyone is horrified to find themselves the subject of an “SNL” parody. Two New York City attorneys were thrilled to recognize themselves in a mock commercial that aired Saturday.

Sara Shulevitz and Mindy Meyer, law partners in the firm Meyer-Kessler & Shulevitz, dub themselves “Double Trouble,” thanks to their penchant for wearing matching neon-pink Chanel outfits and Louboutin stilettos in the courtroom.

Silhouettes of two women dressed strikingly like them followed “SNL’s” parody of E!’s relentless Kardashian-Jenner programming. “They’re bosses, hos and twins — on ‘Powerful Sluts of Miami,’ ” the voice-over intoned.

The Orthodox Jewish lawyers tell The Post they were both shocked and delighted to recognize themselves in that mock promo. While Shulevitz missed the live broadcast, the 40-year-old says, “Everyone started to call and text” as soon as it aired.

“It’s a compliment to be parodied on ‘SNL,’ but how does the word ‘slut’ and me go together?” wonders Shulevitz, the daughter of an Orthodox rabbi. “My father said, ‘Why do they think you’re a slut?’ He was confused at first, but he loved it.”

Meyer, the mother of a 9-month-old son, says she was watching another show that night with her husband when “my phone starts to blow up.”

While the spoof didn’t explicitly name the sartorial dream team, she says there’s no way it’s a case of mistaken identity. “[The parody] shows two girls, with black hair and colorful dresses,” the 27-year-old Flatbush resident tells The Post. She says she’s watched the clip so many times, her husband is vowing to cut off her internet connection.

“Obviously, the producers think we’re relevant enough that they thought their viewers would get the reference,” Meyer says. “It’s still an honor to have a parody on ‘SNL’ . . . alongside the Kardashians and Donald Trump, a joke the whole audience is in on.”

Meyer is no stranger to fame. In 2012, she was known as the “Legally Blonde” candidate for New York’s state Senate. (She lost.)

She seems to be taking her newfound fame in stride. “Tell ‘SNL’ I’m available to host next Saturday night.”