I'm mixed on the whole thing. Some 4dr JKs look really nice and practical with 33s and some look weird.
The problem is it takes a lot of money to run 35s properly. You have to r gear, upgrade ball joints, beef up axles, more mpg, less power, beef up tire carrier and tailgate, etc, etc. all for another inch to inch and a half of axle clearance and if you run a budget lift you will have less flex because of the bigger tire.
33s may look too small on a 4dr, but it all depends on the tires and rims chosen. A 33" tire on a 15" rim looks very good on a 4dr and 2dr. You start getting up into the 17 and 18" rims then the tires start looking pretty small.
The way I want my Jeep setup i want a daily driver/weekend trail off road fun/bug out vehicle. I don't have the money to completely rebuild it and beef it up for rock crawling so keeping it lightweight and practical is important to me.
Below are some examples of 33" tires on 2.5" lifts that I think look nice, but also practical
and just for some contrast a few 35" Jeeps
Oh wait. These are 33s lol