Now that designer/actress Lindsay Lohan is sporting an orange jumpsuit at the Los Angeles County jail, some supportive fashion opportunists have emerged. And, really, who can blame them?
"Free Lindsay' T-shirts, tote bags, and even thong underwear, emblemized with pro-Lohan (um, prohan?) slogans and jail- and alcohol-related logos -- think prison cells and martini glasses -- have turned up on sites including Amazon, Cafe Press, and Customized Girl.
The maternity styles would go perfectly with a pair of Lohan's 6126 leggings and there are even kids' versions, featuring pink script and crowns, for the budding
Of course, those who agree with the 90-day jail sentence imposed on the troubled star by Judge Marsha Revel, can opt for T-shirts offering an alternative viewpoint: "Keep Lindsay."
Prices for the "Free Lindsay" as well as the throw-away-the-key paraphernalia ranges from around $12 (for a pair of undies) up to $35 (for a V-neck T-shirt), though you can score tees, like the one above, for under $10.
And just in case La Lohan is sprung before your package arrives, you'll be relieved to know that some of the items are already marked down.
Can't get enough Lindsay Lohan? Check out the controversial, and allegedly über-Photoshopped, August cover of Complex Magazine shot by "Double Exposure" stars Markus Klinko and Indrani.