Would You Wear Paris Hilton's Garters?

10/23/2007 at 06:00 AM ET


Something is going on with Hollywood and wacky hosiery lately. First Jessica Alba‘s kneesocks over tights, then Rihanna‘s thigh-highs, and now Paris Hilton is bringing old fashioned garters back! The heiress showed off her retro stockings in a thigh-baring miniskirt while partying in Los Angeles — and then repeated the look at the Spike TV Scream Awards this weekend. We say it takes a brave woman to put that much attention on her thighs, but we want to know what you think! Tell us: Would you wear garters like Paris? Do you like the look on her?

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preete on

Well, I love PARIS for bringing old style again. She looks hotter than any other person. But I dont like her as a person.

podge on

good thing she has bodyguards, i mean walking like that out in public isn’t the best idea ever. especially like in queens or the bronx or something. hehe that remindes me of this one part in The Nanny. ok so niles and mr. shefield are trying to turn fran into a proper lady for this dinner-thing that is happening at their house. so their trying to teach her how to talk with a british-sort of accent. mr shefield is like “ok repeat after me: james in a lark went to central park after dark” and then fran was like “jee i hope he has a gun” hehehhehehheheh that was funny. ok so yah. about her outfit: SLUTTY SLUTTY SLUTTY of her to wear that out in public, its not even halloween

Anonymous on

No way.

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