So Fetch! Lindsay Lohan Puckers Up For Selfies in Nod to Iconic ‘Mean Girls’ Scene

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The actress shared a picture celebrating style on a certain day of the week...

Lindsay Lohan has been feeling quite nostalgic lately, sharing a new post on Instagram referencing one of Mean Girls' most iconic scenes.

The 36-year-old is celebrating Wednesday with Mean Girls-inspired selfies depicting her trying on two pairs of trendy sunglasses. The photo is an edit of two different pictures of Lohan, with a pink background that reads "Happy Wednesday."

In the caption, Lohan wrote, "On Wednesdays….💕," leaving it so fans can finish the sentence, in a sort of, "if you know, you know" nod to one of her most famous movies.

The actress' siblings Aliana Lohan and Dakota Lohan both popped up in the comments, with the former adding a hands-raised emoji, while Dakota wrote, "Cooool shades dude 😊🤭😊."

Even Katie Couric left a note on the photo, adding four double heart emojis in response to Lohan's one. 

Of course, the comments were also filled with many fans finishing Lohan's sentence, while others wished her a happy Wednesday as well.

The snap comes a week after Lohan posted some "now and then" photos of her and her brother Dakota from today and the set of The Parent Trap, which came out in 1998. 

Both photos set in front of Big Ben, with the older one likely taken while Lohan filmed parts of The Parent Trap when Hallie, one of the twins at the center of the film, pretends to be her sister, Annie, who lives in London, England with their mother, played by the late Natasha Richardson.

Lohan seems to be living a very happy life lately. She announced her marriage to Bader Shammas in July on Instagram, writing, "🎂❤️🥰I am the luckiest woman in the world. You found me and knew that I wanted to find happiness and grace, all at the same time. I am stunned that you are my husband. My life and my everything. ❤️every woman should feel like this everyday 🙏💖."

Now, she's returning to acting in a big way, with a few upcoming Netflix films. The first is a holiday romantic comedy called Falling For Christmas, followed by the just-announced movie Irish Wish, as reported by Deadline.

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