Rihanna Will Always Be the Queen of Bold Style—Here's Proof – M & S
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Rihanna Will Always Be the Queen of Bold Style—Here's Proof


You don’t have to research too extensively to find out that Rihanna is a modern-day style icon. The CFDA has already officiated it. And still, there’s a special reason the title is bestowed upon her: The singer/designer is straight-up fearless when it comes to what she wears.

Rihanna is the kind of fashion lover who dresses for herself, eschewing what’s so-called flattering, expected, or on trend for what feels good. She’s championed cool, under-the-radar designers at major red carpet events and is the first to wear the (sometimes polarizing) items we see on the runways of fashion week, and don’t even get us started on her dedication to adhering to the Met Gala dress code.

But, as always, it’s the streets where Rihanna’s fashion know-how shines, where she doesn’t hesitate to wear everything from skinny jeans to lace-up boot leggings to sweatsuits to naked heels. Ahead, take a look at the ensembles that will solidify her place in fashion history and inspire so many re-creations of her timeless looks.

On Rihanna: Juun.j shirt; Giuseppe Zanotti shoes; Maison Margiela belt. Style Notes: Shimmy down the shoulders of your button-up shirt (or dress) to instantly fake a V-neck shape.
On Rihanna: Matthew Adams Dolan suit. Style Notes: Don't stick to traditional body shapes (like an hourglasses)—use exaggerate proportions to dictate your own silhouette.
On Rihanna: Prada pajamas; The Row bag. Style Notes: Before you leave the house, throw one more statement piece on...instead of the old Coco Chanel advice.
On Rihanna: Christian Dior So Real Pop 59mm Sunglasses ($395). Style Notes: Even a skinny-jeans-and-graphic-tee look can benefit from a bit of footwear bling.
On Rihanna: Off-White shirt; Dior bag and beret. Style Notes: Don't shy away from oversize denim pieces. Pair them with more slim-fit basics or a cropped top to balance the proportions of the bold look.
On Rihanna: Burberry jacket. Style Notes: Who's to say if green doesn't pair well with pink (or orange, or red, for that matter)? Style two contrasting colors and you might be pleasantly surprised by the result. Next up: Take a look at the Gigi Hadid outfits we all want to copy.

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