Learning From Lindsay: Part II (AKA Dress to Impress)

What a strange power there is in clothing.~Isaac Bashevis Singer

We don’t mean to pick on Lindsay Lohan. Lord knows, she has had a lot going on.

But, when we saw her don the now oft-talked about white dress that she chose to wear to court last week, we knew it would be a popular subject in the Twittersphere and beyond.

Why?  Because the dress spoke volumes, though clearly not about what she had hoped it would.  (She claimed to have worn the virginal white frock to proclaim her innocence; various pundits speculated that it illustrated everything from a rebellious spirit to poor judgment. And then there was the manicure…)

But, whether you were on Team “White” or Team “Not Right,” most would agree that she just didn’t dress to impress – particularly in light of the gravity of the situation.

Poorly chosen clothing can, at a minimum, be a distraction and, at a maximum, a barrier to entry, so it’s important to be super clear about what your clothing says about you.  So what can you learn from La Lohan’s wardrobe dysfunction?

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Learning from Lindsay: Lessons To Glean From The Actress’ Missteps and Mistakes

News came this morning that Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan will be charged this afternoon with felony grand theft for allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace.

Whether or not she’s convicted for this incident (or others stemming from the allegations from her melee while at the Betty Ford Clinic), there’s no doubt that the starlet is guilty as charged when it comes to damage to her reputation and, subsequently, her career.    While she’s an extreme case, there’s still a lot that one can all learn from Lindsay and her significant fall from grace:
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