Lohan's Court Dress Scandal

Lindsay Lohan's court outfit continues to make waves after her Wednesday court appearance. Was it hot or totally inappropriate?

Lindsay Lohan court dress: appropriate?

Did Lindsay Lohan think she was going to court for a Basic Instinct 2 audition?

That's the first thing we thought of when we saw the actress arrived for her arraignment Wednesday wearing a $575 Kimberly Ovitz dress and $320 black Chanel 5182 sunglasses.

The dress – though gorgeous – is more appropriate for a club than court. Of course, Lohan wanted to make a splash and take away from her serious charges at hand.

But will it?

Image consultants are known to advise high-profile defendants on appropriate outfits for court. We highly doubt a tight mini-dress is on their list of acceptable courtroom wear. And while we doubt her sentence will reflect her clothing choice, it will show the judge – and jurors, if it goes to trial – how serious she is about it.

It's not the first time Lohan has shown up to a court appearance wearing something questionable. She caused a huge controversy in 2010 when she arrived at one of her probation hearings with an expletive painted onto on of her manicured fingernails.

We hope that the truth will come out in Lohan's case -- however, we'll be paying closer attention to what she's wearing. Hey, we love fashion!

What did you think of Lindsay Lohan's court outfit?

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Comments on "Lindsay Lohan white court dress: Appropriate?"

Max Power February 10, 2011 | 5:23 PM

The dress is a nice fit

Richmond February 10, 2011 | 5:17 PM

White is the color of innocence which she is projecting, I've heard people say in Venice Beach that "the" necklace was NOT $2'500 a couple of weeks ago in the store - but its all HUGE front page coverage for the store. The purchase was a mistake between her stylist, who returned the item with Lohan believing it was covered. Its common practice for a person of fame to have purchases done by a colleague rather than give their Card details to a total stranger in a store. Only recently a store owner in LA was done for stealing nearly a million from her famous clients credit cards. This will bounce back on that store in a massive wallop of karma...

Monisha Young February 10, 2011 | 4:57 PM

I think the dress is okay and nothing is wrong with it ya just need somebody to pick on and shes perfect for the job but just leave her alone is making a quick buck that serious... REALLY DOE###

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