Lindsay Lohan has mastered the art of self-reference — and holiday dressing — by appearing on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
Behind the scenes of “Fallon,” Lohan filmed an Instagram reel with viral TikTok noise — the use of his own “I’m ready!” audio of “Freaky Friday,” the 2003 body-swap comedy she starred in with Jamie Lee Curtis. The technique involved using sound when a door opened to reveal a new outfit, which the “Parent Trap” star certainly did: a bright red leather Christian Siriano dress paired with white pumps with pointed end.
Her Law Roach-style ensemble was preceded by a black mini dress with a cut-out bodice accented with crystal stars, paired with black leather pumps, combining the power of two stylish ensembles in a single clip – and creating a full circle moment in the process.
Lohan’s appearance marks her final appearance while promoting her new romantic comedy, Netflix’s holiday flick “Falling for Christmas.” So far this week, Lohan has grabbed headlines for her vibrant ensembles worn during interviews on programs including “Good Morning America,” “Live with Kelly and Ryan” and “The Drew Barrymore Show.” At a screening of the film in New York, she also made waves in a sheer floral-embellished Valentino dress paired with shiny gold wedge heels.
When it comes to shoes, Lohan’s styles oscillate between avant-garde and bohemian. The multi-hyphen is known for wearing studded, metallic, and pointed strappy sandals and pumps on the red carpet, from top brands including Zanotti, Louboutin and Valentino. His laid-back styles encompass similar pairs, including thigh-high boots and ankle boots from Prada, Saint Laurent, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton. Lohan was a dominant fashion figure as part of early 2000s pop culture, as well as a fashion month regular and campaign star for Miu Miu, Fornarina and Dooney & Bourke over the years. years. This year, she also starred in an Allbirds campaign for the brand’s sustainable Tree Flyer sneakers.
PHOTOS: Check out Lohan’s party style over the years in the gallery.