We'd like to say we're far past being shocked by what Miley Cyrus wears, but we've got to hand it to the girl: she sure knows how to turn heads.

Ever since the 19-year-old chopped off her long hair, she's been stretching her legs in the style department. A goth look for the grocery store? Fine with Miley. A shaved head on the red carpet? Even better. No top? No problem. Most recently, the newly-engaged star stepped out in Los Angeles in a particularly interesting look.

While on her way to a recording studio on Friday, the future Mrs. Liam Hemsworth tried loud, printed leggings, a crop top, a gold "Miley" necklace and some of the chunkiest thigh-high boots we've ever seen (her shoe of choice, apparently). And while we have no problem with fashion experimentation, something about this look is a little overwhelming for us. Trend overload, perhaps?

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    Why would I wear such an ugly style AND be uncomfortable? Absolutely no way. The form is unattractive and the function is limited. Katy Perry, February 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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  • Cowboy Boots

    Don't get me wrong, I love any footwear associated with riding animals (oooh, equestrian boots). But the pointy toe, clunky heel and galosh-like fit on the leg just doesn't work for me. Even though I love country star Alan Jackson, there are too many other shoes out there that I'd rather wear. Taylor Swift, April 2009 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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  • Fringe Bags

    Another western-themed trend that I can't get behind. It feels inauthentic to me since I'm neither a) Texan or b) a bohemian hippie from the '70s. Nicole Richie, May 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Fringe Bags

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    Elle Macpherson, April 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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  • Thigh-High Boots

    These shoes always remind me of Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman". It's not the kind of working girl I want to emulate. Rihanna, February 2012 Nora Ephron

  • Thigh-High Boots

    Heidi Klum, March 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Thigh-High Boots

    Ciara, February 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Thigh-High Boots

    Ashley Tisdale, December 2011 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Thigh-High Boots

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  • Cropped tops

    I love the retro look of a midriff-baring ensemble, especially if the exposed skin is only a few inches and it's the area right below your ribs (no belly buttons please). But what happens when you sit down? Spillage. 'Nuff said. Jennifer Lopez, March 2011 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Cropped tops

    Miley Cyrus, March 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

  • Cropped tops

    Selena Gomez, March 2012 (Photo credit: Getty Images)

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