Lindsay Lohan Flaunts Marilyn Monroe Quote Tattoo on Forearm

I used to be a Lindsay Lohan fan, back during her ‘Parent Trap’ and Disney days. Wasn’t she such a cutie?

Today, however, I can’t say I agree with my younger self. The actress, who we all know is quite talented, has grown up to be…well, more controversial than commendable. Even her taste in clothing has gone questionable.

Actress Lindsay Lohan attends the premiere of 'Liz & Dick' at Beverly Hills Hotel on November 20, 2012, in Beverly Hills, CaliforniaActress Lindsay Lohan attends the premiere of ‘Liz & Dick’ at Beverly Hills Hotel on November 20, 2012, in Beverly Hills, California

At the premiere of her latest movie, Liz and Dick, LL arrived at the event in a champagne-colored er….slip dress that flaunted a generously low neckline, lots of peek-a-boo details at the front, and a really low and revealing back – not exactly the kind you’d expect the star of the show to wear to a premiere:

Lindsay Lohan's dress features a really low and revealing backLindsay Lohan’s dress features a really low and revealing back

I’m pretty sure she was trying to channel old Hollywood glam; sadly though, she didn’t quite get it. Lindsay’s silky frock is by Donna Dashini.

Lindsay Lohan's Donna Dashini dress with peek-a-boo detailsLindsay Lohan’s Donna Dashini dress with peek-a-boo details

I”m not a fan of the cream-colored number, but if someone waif-like (read: flat chested) had worn it, she wouldn’t have looked as bad, would you agree? On Lindsay however, it just looks trampy, making her look like such a hot mess.

Lindsay Lohan also showed off a quote tattoo from Marilyn Monroe on her left forearm that says “Stars, all we ask for is our right to twinkle.”

Lindsay Lohan's quote tattoo from Marilyn MonroeLindsay Lohan’s quote tattoo from Marilyn Monroe

Now if you were her stylist for the day, how would you have dressed her? Or what dress would you have recommended?

Lindsay Lohan knows that she looks best as a redheadLindsay Lohan knows that she looks best as a redhead

Personally, a more structured piece in classic black would have done her good; something elegant that showed just enough skin without being too revealing (such as the ones below). And of course, a good hairstylist to fix those dreadful locks!

Armani Collezioni Beaded Gown, $1,795

Armani Collezioni Beaded Gown

David Meister Asymmetrical Gown, $550

David Meister Asymmetrical Gown

So do you think Lindsay would have looked better in these dresses? Or would you rather she wore something else?

Credit: Adriana M. Barraza / Josiah True / Apega / FayesVision / WENN

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