Sophia Bush has been in the spotlight ever since "One Tree Hill" premiered in September 2003.
And just like her "OTH" character Brooke Davis, Bush has a unique sense of style.
Here are some of her most daring looks over the last 15 years.
At the January 2007 premiere of "The Hitcher," Bush donned a sequined gold minidress that showed off her legs.
Bush starred in the 2007 remake of the 1986 cult-classic with Sean Bean, Zachary Knighton, and Neal McDonough.
At an AFI event in June 2007, Bush wore a black and silver patterned gown with a criss-cross back and multiple cutouts.
According to a "One Tree Hill" fashion fan-site, Bush's look was designed by Jenny Packham.
For her birthday in July 2007, she rocked another sequined mini, this time in a sparkling green.
Bush turned 25 in 2007, and was also celebrating the recent season four finale of "One Tree Hill," which saw all the major characters graduate from high school.
Bush attended a Tory Burch event in February 2008 in a silver leaf-printed minidress.
As is customary, Bush was wearing Burch to the event. According to InStyle, she accessorized the look with some Jacob and Co. jewelry.
The "One Tree Hill" star attended the 2008 Teen Choice Awards in August in a floral strapless dress with a daring slit and funky belt.
Bush paired her Jenni Kayne maxi-dress with taupe accessories, including a belt, clutch, and bracelet.
She attended an after-party in September 2008 in a backless little black dress and edgy black booties.
Just a week after the premiere of season six of "One Tree Hill," Bush did her best Brooke Davis impression in this classic LBD.
At the April 2009 premiere of "Star Trek," Bush wore this skin-tight strapless dress with an optical illusion pattern.
Bush paired her Herve Leger bandage dress with huge dangling silver earrings and strappy black heels.
She attended the Hollywood Style Awards in October 2009 in a lacy sheer black minidress with an ornate embroidered chest-piece.
Bush attended the ceremony to present designer Max Azria with the Fashion Visionary Award, according to Just Jared — so, of course, she donned a frock by Azria to pay homage to him.
Bush rocked a leopard-print strapless gown with another thigh-high slit at a May 2010 red carpet.
Bush attended the event with her then-boyfriend and "One Tree Hill" co-star Austin Nichols, making them another on-screen couple who also dated in real life. They broke up in 2012.
In May 2011, she wore this interesting plaid black and yellow dress with an exposed corset design.
Bush channeled Cher Horowitz from "Clueless" in this yellow plaid dress that featured a peplum waist.
The actress attended the premiere of "I Don't Know How She Does It" in September 2011 wearing a shimmering bronze blazer and shorts set.
According to PopSugar, Bush wore this Misha Nonoo suit just days after it premiered on the runway during New York Fashion Week. She paired it with classic black pumps and a vintage Chanel pendant necklace.
She slayed another red carpet in this sequined, scalloped navy-blue backless gown.
Bush kept her accessorizes and makeup simple so this stunning gown could speak for itself, with a matching navy clutch, gold hoop earrings, and a red lip.
At the 2012 CFDA Fashion Awards in June, Bush brought her best bombshell look in this orange halter gown with a draped neckline and another slit.
Bush added another pop of color to her David Meister dress by choosing a pair of two-toned Christian Louboutin heels.
She attended a premiere party in September 2012 wearing this backless brown minidress and Christian Louboutin heels.
In September 2012, Bush was celebrating the premiere of her new sitcom "Partners," which was created by the same people behind "Will & Grace." Bush co-starred with David Krumholtz, Michael Urie, and Brandon Routh.
It was canceled after just six episodes.
At the 2014 MAXIM Hot 100 event in June, Bush wore a sheer black minidress with a matching black set of underwear.
This dress was designed by Fleur du Mal (which, translated, means Evil Flower), and she paired the rubberized dress with emerald ear cuffs and simple Stuart Weitzman heels.
Bush channeled the menswear look at another June 2014, wearing a tuxedo-inspired jumpsuit, sans shirt.
Bush was a few years ahead of the curve with this menswear-inspired Jenni Kayne jumpsuit.
She attended the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival that September in this mesh dress with a skin-colored lining.
Bush's daring look was designed by Monique Lhuillier. She paired it with simple Louboutin pumps.
She wowed in another dress with a neckline almost down to her belly button at a visit to "Extra" later that month.
She was most likely paying "Extra" a visit to promote the series premiere of "Chicago PD," which she starred in from 2014 to 2017 as Detective Erin Lindsay.
During a 2018 appearance on Dax Shepard's podcast "Armchair Expert," Bush said being on "PD" was like "I was standing butt-naked, bruised, and bleeding in the middle of Times Square, screaming at the top of my lungs, and not a single person stopped to ask if they could help me."
The "Chicago PD" star showed off her abs at a SAG Awards luncheon in January 2015, wearing a pair of high-waisted pink pants and a bandeau top.
This pastel-pink two-piece was designed by Cushnie et Ochs.
One wrong move could've led to a wardrobe malfunction for Bush at a May 2016 event.
According to the Daily Mail, this revealing dress was designed by Olcay Gulsen.
She paired a mustard-yellow sheer dress with a black slip and a chunky white belt at a January 2018 SAG Awards event.
Bush's bold dress was designed by Diane von Furstenberg. She paired the lacy look with a pair of floral heels.
Bush attended an event at the Guggenheim in April 2018 wearing this funky striped suit with a ruffle across one side.
Bush wore this circus-inspired suit designed by Maggie Marilyn to an event at an art museum. She paired the suit with a pair of platform Stella McCartney sneakers.
Bush hopped on the no-shirt train again in this white-hot suit at a pre-Emmy Awards event in September 2018.
According to Style Bistro, Bush's over-sized suit was designed by Max Mara.
Bush slayed the 2020 InStyle Awards that January in this baby-blue dress with a waistcoat-inspired bodice.
Bush looked radiant in this baby-blue satin gown.
Bush went for a unique look at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in this over-sized white suit covered in gold and pearl accents and hot-pink silk.
Bush's funky suit was designed by Schiaparelli.
Bush attended the 2022 White House Correspondents' Dinner in April wearing an eggplant gown with a large back cutout.
Bush's purple gown was designed by Emilia Wickstead, and featured a high neck on the front, only to reveal an exposed back cutout.
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