RiRi sizzled on stage in a plunging mini and a pair of thigh-high boots. Did you like her latest look? WATCH her performance & VOTE!
The songstress looks sexy as a single girl, even when wearing men’s inspired clothing! Whether in a catsuit, a crop top, or a mini, Rihanna always turns up the heat in her outfits, and her latest look at the 2013 Monte Carlo Sporting Summer Festival in Monaco on July 10 was no exception! The 25-year-old took the stage in a white hot Balmain tuxedo dress that was the perfect balance between sexy and sweet — and it was so RiRi.
Rihanna’s Monte Carlo Festival Dress:
A woman is usually caught wearing a pantsuit or blazer when she’s forced to in the office but for superstar Rihanna, it’s a personal choice. While rocking out on stage in Monaco RiRi wore a Balmain white tuxedo dress with a suit jacket collar, gold buttons around the waist and a short, pleated skirt. The dress was still girly but with a hint of professionalism. It’s a far cry from her usually super sexy and generally revealing outfits, but she still looks amazing in it.
Rihanna paired the dress with thigh-high black satin Manolo Blahnik boots and a colorful Christian Dior necklace. The little bit of her legs that we can see is totally enough; she doesn’t even need to bare it all to show it all off! Her hair is more blonde than the last time we saw it and with half of her head shaved she definitely has a bold look. Even her nails are an in-your-face shade of red and they pop against her white dress.
Rihanna’s Monte Carlo Festival Performance:
The 25-year-old may not have Chris Brown to lean on, but she doesn’t need him, either! She has a killer body and a great fashion sense to keep her going and she sends this message to the world with every outfit she wears. She worked the Monaco stage in a little white number that proves she doesn’t need a man; she works harder than one!
Is this a good look for RiRi? We think she looks great in absolutely everything but which do you think is better, Rihanna covered up or Rihanna baring it all?
— Jennifer Crawford