Find Out Which Seven Of Lindsay Lohan’s Outfits Are The Best Ever

 

For women born in the 1990s Lindsay Lohan was the ultimate style icon of their tween and teenage years. One of the biggest teenage stars of all time, she was top-billed in some of the 00s’ biggest films, including Mean Girls and Freaky Friday.

She was also a star with plenty of sentimental value even then; her first major appearance was in The Parent Trap, which was essential viewing for any child of the ‘90s.

Since her heyday in the early 00s Lohan has taken a less mainstream approach with her movie choices, opting for smaller, low-budget indie films over her previous blockbuster fare. Nonetheless she’s never been far from the red carpets of the movie world and she’s a star who has never been afraid to try out a less conventional look.

 

We’ve picked out seven of her best red carpet looks over the years – from the classically elegant to the outrageously fashion-forward, she’s a star with plenty of fashion nous. It’s just one of the reasons that she’s the perfect choice of celebrity talent for an event with lots of women in their 20s and 30s in attendance!

Check out our picks below:

Parent Trap premiere (1998)

 

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We couldn’t not include this photo of a fresh-faced Lindsay Lohan on her first red carpet back in 1998. Who knows who designed her dress but she looks very sweet and innocent – not to mention quite shy!

 

Vanity Fair Oscar party (2004)

 

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This was one of the first occasions on which Lindsay really showed off her fashion credentials, wowing with a grown-up and glamorous black dress. She’s pictured with fellow 00s party animal Mischa Barton, star of The OC.

 

Race to Erase MS fundraiser (2005)

 

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The dress that Lohan wore to the Race to Erase MS fundraiser in 2005 was another slinky black number – the halterneck style made sure it wasn’t a safe or boring choice, and she established herself as a key player on the fashion scene. Later, she would go on to become a muse for famed Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld.

 

The Weinstein Company awards season party (2012)

 

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A panelled, bodycon number helped Lohan to keep things casual on this 2012 appearance at Chateau Marmont. Flattering panels and a higher neckline ensured it was a forward thinking fashion choice.

 

The White House Correspondents Dinner (2012)

 

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Proving that she could make quite an entrance, Lohan wowed in 2012 at President Obama’s annual White House Correspondent’s Dinner in a floor length gown that channeled some serious old-school Hollywood glamour.

 

Sohu Fashion Achievement Awards (2014)

 

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Balmain is a designer that’s rarely out of fashion, and this dress that Lindsay wore back in 2014 is something of a timeless classic. Big shoulders and a miniskirt make it a flattering shape, and the high neckline was bang on trend when the photo was taken.

 

Gabrielle’s Gala (2014)

 

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This daring dress was a gamble for la Lohan, but one that paid off. With its plunging neckline and vibrant print it could have been a bit too 1970s, but Lohan’s pared back accessories and beautiful hair colour ensured the look was completely up to date.

 

London Entertainment Agency

 

Lindsay Lohan is a celebrity whose presence was a huge one in the tween and teen years of many young women today, making her a celebrity guest who’s sure to have a real draw for audiences of that type. Whether as a guest speaker, presenting awards or as a DJ, Lindsay Lohan has star appeal that’s sure to encourage attendance at your next event.

If you’d like to book Lindsay Lohan for your next event, get in touch with MN2S talent agency to find out more.

 

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