What's Up With That? Mischa Barton's Shorts

09/06/2006 at 06:00 AM ET

Mischa Barton is the rare fashion risk-taker who can pull off almost any look — Skinny Jeans, check! Ankle boots, check! Diaper shorts. . . Hold on. What are those things? Puffy and patterned, they look like Pampers by way of Bedrock. And pairing them with a cropped men’s undershirt to reveal jutting hip bones doesn’t make them any better. We say: Ditch those baggy britches! Do you agree? Let us know!

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Photo: Wasman-Volpe-Leo/X17

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whoa on

horrible, horrible, horrible and the bone – my Goodness!!!!!!!!!!1

twee on

these shorts are sooo not the new fashion n the shirt is just…:S

vern on

What are those things?? It looks like she has tied her flannel shirt around her waist because she forgot to put pants on.

haydee on

looks like my baby’s diaper gone wrong! hates it.

Astrid on

Not a good look!

Maery on

I agree, looks like a Burberry diaper.

mellie on

Those shorts are absolutely awful. And the cut off shirt??? She usually looks so good.
How bout spending a bit of money on decent clothes and maybe a burger or two.
Definately time to ditch that outfit and whoever let her out of the house in it.

Dee JusAnt on

Does this woman own a mirror?

Jaime on

i hope these dont become popular…

Mark Mills on

This is so hot. If a woman looks good, then that’s all that matters.

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