Lindsay Lohan is known for a lot of things, but having a fabulous style is not one of them. She recently stepped out in Hollywood wearing a pair of denim shorts, a white blouse, a straw hat and flats, but it seems as though her denim shorts had an unfortunate run in with a paper shredder. They were so ripped apart, the pockets were almost completely visible. It's not the first time her fashion picks have caused others to wonder if she owns a mirror.
Her appearance at the February 8, 2012, amfAR Gala made everyone gasp. She looked much older than her 25-year-old self and caused many to do a double-take. The white Tom Ford dress was nice, but it would have been much more flattering on someone older. Her hair was so bleached it was almost white and her bangs were way too long. The nude palette makeup did nothing to hide the fact that she looked ready for a nap at any moment. If that wasn't bad enough, she wore a long coat that had long fur embellishments on the sleeves and hem.
When LiLo attended Coachella in April, she wore a small white floral print ensemble with sky-high cream lace platforms. While there's nothing wrong with the dress, we have to wonder where she thought she was going in those shoes. Not only are they unattractive, but hanging out in a field all day isn't exactly the right place to wear them.
A&E 2012 Upfronts
While attending the A&E 2012 Upfronts in May, she wore a black and gold lace long-sleeve mini dress that was so short that any movement in the wrong direction would have caused everyone to get a glimpse at her goods. Her face, however, was the worst part of the entire look. Her eyebrows were way too dark, her tan created an ombre effect and her salmon-colored lipstick should have been burned so she couldn't wear it. She either needs a new stylist or should triple-check herself in the mirror before she leaves the house.
Which do you think is her least flattering look?
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