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Fashion Police :: Best Dressed of 2005

With the end of another fashionable year, Kidzworld takes a look at the hottest style icons of 2005. Check out our top picks!

#5. Lindsay Lohan

Big shades, big bags, big baubles - [kwlink]Lindsay Lohan[/kwlink] supersizes her style while staying on top of trends. Watch for this glamor chick with a rock 'n roll edge to be wearing all the hot new fashions for 2006.

#4. Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson is an all American girl who loves her t-shirts and jeans. But when she starred in The Dukes of Hazzard, she took the role of Daisy Duke off-screen and helped turn bohemian/western fashion into this season's must-haves, especially cowboy boots, prairie skirts and of course, those famous Daisy Duke cutoffs.

#3. Ashley Olsen

In the last couple of years, the Olsen twins have developed their own sense of styles and identities. While both are often seen in big sweaters and oversized sunglasses, Ashley is more classy and sophisticated than her funkier twin, Mary-Kate. Fitted blazers, vintage tops and skirts, designer bags and heels are favorite wardrobe items for Ashley. The coolest thing about Ashley's style is that it looks so effortless, like she just threw her clothes on without thinking twice.

#2. Nicole Richie

The trashy clothes and skunk-like hair extensions are long gone and have been replaced with pretty tops and a cute blonde bob. Nicole Richie has become a fashionista, with girls everywhere scrambling to get her look. Trendy clothes and funky accessories give her a new and much improved style.

#1. Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson could wear a potato sack and still look amazing - that's why she's the best dressed celebrity of 2005! A fan of '50s style glamor, she brings back memories of Old Hollywood, when starlets like Marilyn Monroe and Jean Harlow graced the red carpet. With her pouty red lips, screen-siren blonde hair and gorgeous gowns, Scarlett definitely knows how to steal the spotlight!

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