Would You Wear Thigh-High Tights Like Shenae Grimes?

06/15/2010 at 01:30 PM ET

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From her sweet dresses to her striped sweaters, Shenae Grimes’ 90210 character, Annie Wilson, is the picture of all-American style, but in real-life, the starlet takes a riskier approach when it comes to fashion. Ditching her girl-next-door image, Shenae recently stepped out in lace-trimmed thigh-high tights paired with a black tunic dress and tough ankle boots while running errands in L.A. Thigh-highs and minis? We can’t help but remember another Beverly Hills fashionista who worked the look– Cher (played by Alicia Silverstone) from Clueless! Could the thigh-highs of the ’90s be coming back with a cool rock-star edge? Or is this just a fashion mishap? Tell us: Would you wear thigh-high like Shenae’s? Vote!Kara Murphy

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Delana on

Shenae Grimes needs to hire a stylist-ASAP!!! She always looks sloppy, but she does have a lot of potential, she just needs help!

Lili on

So unflattering for people without skinny legs who want them to look skinny….or even for people who have skinny legs

Thailan on

Lace thigh-highs, maybe, but not with those boots!

Lisimay on

@ Thailan: Agreed! Those boots have got to go… and the frock looks less fashionista and more bathing suit cover-up… I would rock the thigh-highs though!

Kate on

I think with the right outfit, she could definitely pull off the tights look!

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