White, tight Kimberly Ovitz dress: $575; black Chanel 5182 sunglasses; $320; wearing a dress that sells out hours after you appear in court: priceless.
So much for the speculation about whether Lindsay Lohan is going back to jail; now it's all about her white hot court dress. How can you get one? The dress is from designer Kimberly Ovitz's pre-fall collection and retails for $575 according to Ovitz's spokeswoman Alexandra Gordon.
Along with other blogs and news outlets, US Weekly asked its readers, "Was Lindsay Lohan's Court Dress Appropriate?"
But shoppers seem to be eating the dress up. The "Glavis" design from Ovitz' pre-Fall collection is sold out at every online boutique that carries Ovitz's designs. The super-snug number retails for $575, but only if you can find a retailer that still has it available.
Lohan responded to the attention to her courtroom attire Thursday, tweeting, "fyi- i would never steal, in case people are wondering. I was not raised to lie, cheat, or steal... also, what i wear to court shouldnt be front page news. it's just absurd. god bless"
On Wednesday, Lohan pleaded not guilty to felony grand theft for allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store in California, then received a stern lecture from Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith L. Schwartz. "Miss Lohan, let me just tell you a couple things, so we have no misunderstandings," Schwartz said. "You need to follow the laws just like everybody else. Look around this room. Everybody needs to follow the law. You're no different than anyone else, so please don't push your luck."
Asked if she understood him, Lohan replied, "Yes, sir,"
Despite the nature of the charges against her, Lohan sported plenty of bling. She wore what appeared to be pearl earrings, a sparkly flower ring and a black leather bracelet. On her feet: black pumps, likely Christian Louboutin, the brand of shoes she chose for a September, 2010 court appearance.
Schwartz continued Lohan's case until Feb. 23 and set bail at $40,000 -- $20,000 each for the felony charge and for violation of her probation stemming from her 2007 DUI case.
She posted bail later Wednesday.
If convicted, Lohan could be sentenced to up to three years in prison. She already has been to jail three times in the past three years for DUI, drug possession and probation violations.